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Seen 'n Heard - Dec, 1993 Issue (page 2).

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Tuttle/Gundry Networkin Had Two Tours for Consultants
Tuttle/Gundry Networking had two tours for consultants in September. They included a tour of schools and programs in Washington, Montana and Idaho. Stops included Mission Mountain, Wilderness Treatment Center, Eagle Mountain's Shiloh Station Outpost, Straight Arrow, Ascent Wilderness Program, Rocky Mountain Academy, Echo Springs Transition Studies Center, and Tyler Ranch. The Arizona tour included stops at Verde Valley School, The Orme School, Judson School, Southwestern Academy, Fenster School, Mingus Mountain Estate, St. Paul's Academy and Desert Hills Center for Youth and Families.

Woodbury Reports' Directory Generates Inquires
Explorations in Montana report as many as 40% of their first time inquiries are being generated by Woodbury Reports' Directory.

Educational Consultant Moves
Educational Consultant Sidney A. Manning has moved to Wheaton, Maryland, effective October 15, 1993.

Fetal Alchoho Syndrome Newsletter
The Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Newsletter can be obtained free by contacting the Spokane Editors Michael & Jeanne Young, W. 4204 Osage Way, Spokane, Washington 99208 or calling them at 509-328-3391. The Youngs run INDIAN TRAILS - A Home For Girls ages 8 to 18. The Youngs work with girls with all kinds of behavior problems, but specialize in girls suffering from Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Fetal Alcohol Effects, or Failed Adoptions. the Youngs are leaders in the Spokane FAS Adolescent Task Force.

New Book Tell Hyde School Story
Joseph W. Gauld's new book telling the Hyde School story of putting character first, CHARACTER FIRST: The Hyde School Difference, was reviewed in the Sunday, November 14, 1993 Book Review section of The New York Times.

Licensed To Treat Children Ages 8 To 12
The Country Place of Utah, 1-800-423-0209, is now licensed to treat children ages 8 to 12, as well as adolescents through age 19.

Copyright 1992, 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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