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Seen 'n Heard - Aug, 1991 Issue (page 1).

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Jodi Tuttle & Carol Gundry Establishing Networking Business
Jodi Tuttle and Carol Gundry, recently with Wasatch Academy in Utah, are establishing a networking business based on a retainer rather than a commission. They have developed agreements with several small independent schools and special purpose programs to represent them in the field, and help each better meet the needs of today's young people. The programs they represent are: Fenster School, Pine Creek Ranch, Cross Creek Manor, Majestic Ranch, and New Beginnings. Jodi and Carol's home base is Mt. Pleasant, Utah: Message phone 801-462-2566; and FAX 801-462-3400.

Susan Acey Gives Update on Rivendale Hospital
Susan Acey, Intake Coordinator for Rivendale Hospital in West Jordan, Utah, reports that the length of stay for adolescent patients in their acute stay facility is getting shorter and shorter. Also, students in the long term residential facility generally number close to their capacity of 55.

Debbie de Haas, Provo Canyon Employee of the Month
Debbie de Haas, Admissions Counselor at Provo Canyon School in Provo, Utah, was selected Employee of the Month for June. She started with Provo Canyon School in 1983, after a three year stint in the army, an Associate Degree at Monterey Peninsula College, and five years as Department Secretary for the Thermochemical Institute at Brigham Young University.

Sorenson Ranch has Waiting List
Burnelle Sorenson tells me as of early June, Sorenson Ranch's numbers had climbed up to where they have a waiting list, and he has had a large influx of girls.

Sierra Tucson Offers Quality of Life Workshops
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 workshops "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 800-624-4001.

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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