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

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Summer Asclepian 
Linda Houghton, past President of Mount Bachelor Academy, announced Summer Asclepian, five weeks of intensive study and travel in the United States, Canada and Mexico, July 18 through August 18, 1994. Areas of study include History and philosophy, Science and its relationship to current world social and political conditions, and writing skills. Group dynamics, responsibility and clear communication will be the core lesson in all areas of study. Linda can be reached at 503-382-0570. 

Summer Programs
Sue Coomer, an educational consultant in Columbus, Ohio, recently contacted us for ideas on summer programs for a child with behavioral/emotional problems. We were happy to oblige her with several possibilities she was not aware of. She has run "A Summer Experience" for 21 years placing young people in appropriate camps. Sue can be reached at 614-237-1444. 

Rocky Top Tour
On the way to a family reunion in Colorado, Lon stopped at Rocky Top outside Anaconda, Montana for a short break and quick tour. The three boys on campus at that time for the summer program, mid- July, seemed to be enjoying their game of volleyball, and had positive things to say about their time there and all the activities they had been doing which included camping, fishing, visiting points of geographical/historical interest, etc. They didn't seem to begrudge the chores and responsibilities all that much. The brick buildings felt comfortably cool in the hot Montana sun and administrator Tom Finucane has access to an incredible number of buildings which would allow for unlimited expansion. Tom can be reached at 406-693-2277. 

Three Springs President Named Southeast Entrepreneur Of The Year For 1994
Mike Watson, President of Three Springs Treatment Programs, headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, was named Southeast Entrepreneur of the Year for 1994 in the health care category in the regional competition sponsored by the national accounting firm Ernst & Young, Inc. magazine, and the Merrill Lynch financial services company. Mike was one of nine individuals, out of over 100 entries, honored in the regional competition. In a training program for program supervisors he gave in the Huntsville office two days after the awards ceremony, Mike said, "I accept this award on behalf of everyone at Three Springs. Without your dedication and commitment, this recognition would never had happened." three Springs central office phone number is 205-880-3339. 

Elk Mountain Academy Update
Carl Olding, of Elk Mountain Academy outside Clark Fork, North Idaho, 800-355- 3823, reports that with the late July heat wave in the Pacific Northwest, he and the boys have been doing a lot of swimming and water skiing in Pend Oreille Lake. He also reports that they have finally jumped through the massive number of bureaucratic hurdles, hoops, and obstacles imposed by Bonner County's Planning and Zoning, and they have received a building permit for the building they have been planning since last year. Carl was last heard muttering something about private property rights. 

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