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Seen 'n Heard - April, 1994 Issue (page 1).

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Northwoods Trailside School
David and Meg Yeats, owners of Northwoods Trailside School, Bonners Ferry, Idaho, have had several "10-weeks kids" with them this fall and winter providing a productive break from and subsequent return to their schools back home. 

Galena Ridge Looks Full Now
Galena Ridge, Trout Creek, Montana looks just about full now with their 4th and 5th students coming on board in January. Paul and Cheri opened the doors of their home at Galena Ridge last summer and inquiries from consultants continue. During the school year they screen for students who can make some level of commitment to working on change and growth. Their summertime wilderness students need not be so agreeable initially. 

Trex, Inc. Owners Take A Break
Gabriel Rivera, co-owner with his wife Anne, of TREX, INC., BEND, OREGON recently took a break and drove part of the Northwest circuit of schools and programs (including N. Idaho) to touch base with friends, make some new ones, and share ideas. 

Interim Care Services
Richard Armstrong, owner of Boundarylines, Bonners Ferry, Idaho continues to provide interim care services for adolescents and stays on the road (or in the air, more exactly) to all parts of the U.S and most recently Tokyo. 

Good Things To Say About Anasazi Program
Stephen R. Covey, author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, has the following to say about ANASAZI wilderness treatment program. "ANASAZI uses the principles I believe in, completely without the deprivation, punishment or manipulation techniques that mar some programs but, with caring personal sacrifice, the staff and the realities of the wilderness soften hearts and build self- confidence of the right kind." 

Elk Mountain Expands In Spring
Carl Olding of Elk Mountain in North Idaho is planning to break ground this April for his new 5080 square foot dorm. 

Teen Challenge Has New Admissions Director
Brian Keyes, new Program Director for Teen Challenge of Wyoming will be taking over admissions from Kevin Carroll who will be leaving. 

Mount Bachelor Academy Gets New Executive Director
Tim Brace has accepted the position of Executive Director of Mount Bachelor Academy near Bend, Oregon. He replaces school founder Linda Houghton who will be "...pursuing other ventures in the field of education which she has impacted so undeniably in her work over the past 20 years."  

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