Monday, January 28, 2013

Newtown Fund getting help from chiropractors

Chiropractors across the country are helping the people of Newtown by offering free adjustments to their patients for a donation to the Sandy Hook Elementary Memorial Fund.
The Connecticut Chiropractic Council organized the fundraiser, to be held Feb. 2, to help the people of Newtown after the Dec. 14 tragedy in which 26 students and adults were shot to death at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Those who are not patients will receive a free spinal evaluation for a donation. All donations will be sent to the fund held at the Newtown Savings Bank.
The chiropractors’ goal for the fund-raiser, “Adjusting for Sandy Hook,” is 100,000 adjustments nationwide, according to a release. A list of participating chiropractors can be found at www.ctcouncil.com under “Fundraising Events.”





In the photo: Neil Heslin of Shelton holds a photo of himself with his son, Jesse Lewis, and gives testimony at a legislative hearing about gun control at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford.  His son was killed at the Sandy Hook shootings in December.
Photo by Arnold Gold/New Haven Register

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