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Seen 'n Heard - Feb, 1995 Issue (page 3).

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Recently Became Proud Parents A Second Time 
Brian Church, Admissions Director of the SUWS Wilderness Program, and his wife, Traci, recently became proud parents a second time with the birth of their son, Jacob, who joins his sister Jessica. 

Chicago Law Firm Merging
The Chicago Law Firm of Whitted & Kraning P.C. is merging with the Law Firm of Foran and Schultz effective February 1, 1995. (See their ad in this issue). Whitted & Kraning have a speciaity of helping parents obtain tuition funding for their children at specialty schools. If parents feels they qualify for funding help due to disabilities, etc. this law firm seems to have had extensive legal experience in the field and might be worth contacting at 312-372-7901. 

Flying H Youth Ranch Works With Slightly Younger Population
Flying H Youth Ranch near Naches, Washington reports this year they are cutting off enrollments at 10th grade, and will be working with a slightly younger population. 

The Academy At Sisters Opens Their New School
Betsy Jacobson, Admissions Director for The Academy At Sisters in Sisters, Oregon reported that their new school opened in January with three students with more scheduled. They are currently operating in a temporary location in SunRiver, Oregon while renovations to the property in Sisters are completed. Their first three students were referred by IECA members Ben Mason and Ethna Hopper with a fourth scheduled from Redcliff Wilderness referred by Dave Gaerin and Mary Thielbahr. For question or referrals, Betsy can be reached at 503-593-6073. 

Alaska Wilderness Institute Is Opening New 21 Day Wilderness Program
Alaska Wilderness Institute is well on its way to opening a 21 day wilderness program in May, 1995. Owners David Rogers and Bob Bradley, along with Director Cinda Stanek, have good looking preliminary plans to use the unique Alaska panhandle wilderness to impact adolescents making negative decisions. A detailed sketch and application procedures will be in the April issue of this newsletter, but in the meantime, any questions you have can be answered by phoning 907-586-2878. 

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