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Seen 'n Heard - Oct, 1994 Issue (page 2).

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Fire Misses Leavenworth Property
Circle S Recovery Ranch has moved the major part of their chemically dependent program to Valley Hospital in Monroe, Washington, north of Seattle and West of the Cascade Mountain Range, but have retained their property outside Leavenworth, Washington on the East slope of the Cascades for the program's wilderness expedition phases. They tell me the summer's forest fires came close enough to have to evacuate one of their trips, but everyone carried on and the forest fire missed the Leavenworth property. 

Provo Canyon Schools Expands Admissions Dept.
Provo Canyon School in Provo, Utah, has expanded their admissions department. It is now open on Saturdays from 9AM to 5PM MST. Cynthia Hull has accepted the new Admissions Coordinator position, moving over from the position of Marketing Coordinator. Marlene Kendall has moved from another department to take on the position of Marketing Coordinator. They will be working with Steve Nielsen and Janett Benson, Provo Canyon's veteran Admission Coordinators. 

Royal Haven Reports On Trout
Steve Gage of Royal Haven in Sisters, Oregon, says he and the girls he has staying there pulled the weeds out of the pond by his house. He claims the rainbow trout run up to 4 pounds and that dry dog food is what they bite best on. 

Mt. Bachelor Admissions Director Marries
Sarah Koalkin, Director of Admissions at Mt. Bachelor Academy in Bend, Oregon, is marrying David Persha on October 8 in Pioneer Park on the River in Bend. David is a general contractor specializing in the restoration of historical buildings. We wish them all the best! Hilltop, the CEDU program for students ages 18 and older, has returned to accepting women in their program. For the last year, Hilltop has been a males- only program, but before that it was co-ed. 

Non-Public School Status Approved
CEDU's Academic Director Joyce Garrison, Ph.D. has been notified that CEDU High School has been approved for Non-Public School (N.P.S.) status by the State of California. "In order for students to qualify, the school district of origin must identify the child as needing special education services and agree with parents that CEDU School is the appropriate placement." 

Saul Rudman Has New Position At CEDU
Saul Rudman's new position in CEDU Education is called Director of Consultants' Relations. He has been with CEDU Education for three years, previously Director of Admissions for CEDU, CEDU Middle School, and Hilltop. His current job is to work with Educational Consultants and other referring professionals to help them better understand the system's family of services. Saul can be reached at 800-444- 2338(CEDU) which is located at Monterey, California. 

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