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INTERNET MARKETING WORKS
Brian O’Donnell, owner of Shamrock Educational Alternative, in Newman Lake, Washington, 509-226- 3662, reports that of the last ten
enrollments, seven of them came to Shamrock through Woodbury Reports publications. And, of those seven, two parents first heard about
Shamrock through the link on the Woodbury Reports homepage. Catherine Freer Wilderness Therapy
Expeditions, headquartered in Albany, Oregon, 541-926-7252, reports enrollments are starting to come from their homepage which is
administered by Woodbury Reports with a front page link from Woodbury Reports to the Catherine Freer homepage. In addition, NorthStar
Center, in Bend, Oregon, 541-385-8657, reports a recent enrollment that came from a California professional who first learned about
the emotional growth network from the Woodbury Reports homepage, and was then referred on to NorthStar.
NEW ADDITION TO STONE MT. SCHOOL
Dorian Camille Buie- Jennings, a 5 lbs, 13 oz. girl, was born to Catherine Buie- Jennings and Keith Jennings on August 31, 1996. Catherine
is the Director and Founder of the Stone Mountain School in Black Mountain, North Carolina, 704-669-8639. Stone Mountain School is
fairly new as a school, just transitioning to private placement from State Contracts. (See Visit Report in Woodbury Reports #41, August
1996). Congratulations to mother, daughter and father! It seems there is no shortage of staff available to hold Dorian while Catherine
is back at work.
WILDERNESS FIRST RESPONDER TRAINING
Catherine Freer Wilderness Therapy Expeditions, Albany, Oregon, 541-926-7252, email@example.com,
will be hosting Wilderness First Responder medical training by the Wilderness Medical Institute, in the Portland, Oregon area on March
22-30, 1997. They will also be running a field training session on April 1-6, 1997 for staff and prospective staff, including guides
and therapists. This training “will also be open to others seeking an introduction to clinically focused wilderness therapy work.”
MT. VALLEY COUNTRY HOME EXPANDS SERVICES
Stephen & Patricia Whitehurst, Founders and directors of Mountain Valley Country Home Youth Services, announced several new services
along with a new address and phone number. They have been operating a transitional home for adolescent girls, and have just moved
to a 25 acre ranch near Mitchell, in central Oregon. They are now offering Specialized Female Transport nationally, including to other
programs, and a secured short term holding to provide a safe place for the child waiting for placement in another program. Their new
address is PO Box 125, Mitchell, Oregon, 97750, and their 24-hour hotline is 1-541-462-3770. E-Mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
NORTHSTAR CENTER WILDERNESS DIRECTOR
Wes McNeil has started as the new Wilderness Director for NorthStar Center, in Bend, Oregon, 541-385-1370, a program for young people
ages 18 and older. Wes has had years of wilderness experience including several years with Outward Bound. He is replacing Lance Christensen
who has moved to the Methow Valley in central Washington State who is looking to start a business training people in wilderness skills.
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