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Seen 'n Heard - Oct, 1991 Issue (page 2).

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Utah Boys Ranch Building New Facilities
Marvin Carter, of Utah Boys Ranch, tells me they are building new facilities further out in the country that will allow them to expand from their current capacity of 40, up to 120 boys.

Tom Bratter Reports College Advisement in Full Swing
Tom Bratter, President of The John Dewey Academy, reports that college advisement is in full swing. Two already have been accepted by Emory College and St. John's College (Annapolis, Maryland) for 1992. Bratter reports, "We have verbal reassurance Williams College will admit one of our seniors with a full four years scholarship with the possibility of three additional years, but seeing is believing. Most of our college appointments have been made. At this admittedly premature juncture, I am guardedly optimistic that our seniors will do well."

Explorations Says Summer 1991 was Challenging
Lorne Riddle of Explorations in Western Montana, says summer 1991 was challenging, active and fun. Students participated in an Outdoor Emotional Growth Program with California-based Heritage Boys School, toured Glacier National Park, hiked throughout the Bob Marshall Wilderness area, Starting September, 1991, Steve and Nancy Cawdry and Spring Creek Community School are taking a sabbatical for rest and reflection. They have completed some 20 years of working with adolescents with a six week trip this summer to Orcas Island which Steve declares a fabulous success in terms of fun and in personal growth for many of the adolescents. He sees this phase of his life at an end, and it being time for he and Nancy to take time for personal healing, which will include making amends to some of the professionals in the industry for what Steve sees as his relationship addiction. Part of the Sabbatical will also be used for planning what they want to do afterwards. Steve promises he will be back. did numerous rafting trips on the Flathead river and a five day trip on the lower Salmon River in Idaho, did an all-women trip to the Olympic Peninsula, had four young men climb Mount Rainier, did bicycling across western Montana, along with doing gardening and construction of a new log cabin for the girls quarters.

Steve & Nancy Cawdry & Spring Creek School Taking Sabbatical
Starting September, 1991, Steve and Nancy Cawdry and Spring Creek Community School are taking a sabbatical for rest and reflection. They have completed some 20 years of working with adolescents with a six week trip this summer to Orcas Island which Steve declares a fabulous success in terms of fun and in personal growth for many of the adolescents. He sees this phase of his life at an end, and it being time for he and Nancy to take time for personal healing, which will include making amends to some of the professionals in the industry for what Steve sees as his relationship addiction. Part of the Sabbatical will also be used for planning what they want to do afterwards. Steve promises he will be back.

Sierra Tucson CORRECTION
*CORRECTION* The correct phone number for Sierra Tucson is 800-624-9001. The item is reprinted here with the correct number. Sierra Tucson, in Arizona, will be offering Quality of Life workshops for individuals, couples, families, and professionals through the end of the year. The five-day workshop "is designed for those who want to be more in touch with their inner selves through family of origin exploration and by identifying dysfunctional patterns of life and relationship issues." For information, call 800-624-9001.

Copyright 1991, Woodbury Reports, Inc. (This article may be reproduced without prior approval if the copyright notice and proper publication and author attribution accompanies the copy.)

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