This is a series of posts, which will document the tournaments and athletic activities attended by the members of Queen Street Chiropractic Centre. As Chiropractors, the Jay family are committed to any events that forward the cause of health and wellness and athletics in our society.
Also, Queen Street Chiropractic Centre has a long history of supporting local and province-wide charities over the course of its 35 years of service in the Clarington Region. As such, any chance we have to increase the awareness of these and other charities and events are important and rewarding endeavours.
On February 12, 2012 Queen Street Chiropractic Centre fielded a team for the Hockey Day in Canada 3-on-3 Charity Ball Hockey Tournament in Toronto, Ontario. The tournament took place at the Hangar at Downsview Park, and was a one day tournament.
Dr. Korey and Dr. Chris set up the team, which was reduced to having no substitutes due to some of the usual team members having some prior commitments. Several teams attended the tournament, and a great time was had by all.
Team members included;
Dr. Korey Jay
Dr. Chris Jay
Conditions on the day of the tournament could not have been more inclement. Blowing snow and sub-zero temperatures combined to wreak havoc with all of the teams participating in this annual event of over 90 teams from all over Southern Ontario. After a rough start, Queen Street Chiropractic posted a decent record but did not advance out of a tough Round Robin. Nevertheless, a fun time was had by all and great credit must go to the organizers and support staff of this worthy charity.
Queen Street Chiropractic Centre will continue to support a variety of athletic and charitable endeavours, and we will keep you posted regularly.
As a final note, it is a sad fact that less and less people are taking part in athletic events in our region. Queen Street Chiropractic Centre is committed to enhancing and increasing the awareness of health and wellness in the Durham Region, and as such if we receive enough support and interest we would be more than happy to create tournaments that would foster a sense of community a health in our area.
Let us know in the comments section!