David Clark Learning Center Celebrates 15th Anniversary
The May Memorial Universalist Society provided the venue for a lively celebration of the 15th anniversary of the David Clark Learning Center.
David Clark was a speech pathologist at the St. Camillus Health and Rehabilitation Center at the time of his death as a young man in 1993. The Center is a tribute to David's commitment to individuals who have sustained a traumatic head injury and their families.
An art show entitled "Watercolor Impressions" was central to the event, which also featured the music group TRIO. TRIO was formed by members of the Center, and the group played selections from the Beatles during the gathering.
One of the outstanding presentations made during the celebration was the dedication of the DCLC conference room in memory of Dolores Cowan, a long-time, beloved volunteer at the Center, who died during the past year.
The art display will hang from June 5 until July 1 at the May Memorial site, 3800 E. Genesee Street in Syracuse.