Dr. Akers sets sail for Mackinac

Azark, Rachel
July 2011
CDS Review;Jul2011, Vol. 104 Issue 4, p24
Academic Journal
The article profiles oral surgeon Paul Akers, who will participate at the 103rd Chicago Yacht Club Race to be held from Chicago, Illinois to Mackinac Island, Michigan in July 2011. It says that Akers has been involved in water sports and played water polo in college and a lifeguard in one of the beaches in Chicago as well. It mentions that Akers has won his first Mac Race in 1992 after thirteen years of racing.


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