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Seen 'n Heard - Apr, 1996 Issue (page 1).

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Taking Next Step Into The Electronic Age
Woodbury Reports is taking its next step into the electronic age. I now have a FAX/Modem so I can take articles, essays, letters, etc. by FAX. Since it is currently on the same line as my business phone (208) 267-7717, please call first to ask me to turn it on.

New Admission Director At Three Springs
Julie Hatvaney, B. A. is the new full-time Admissions Director at Three Springs Outdoor Therapeutic Program For Boys in Centerville, Tennessee 615-729-5040. She replaces Denise Hilton who will now devote all her time as Director of Family Services.

Educational Consultant Back In Practice
Jon Ulsh is in practice again as an Educational Consultant, this time in San Diego, California. Those who have been in the business for a few years remember him as a very active IECA member before he left the ranks to take over as Headmaster at Verde Valley School in Sedona, Arizona. He is specializing in Boarding School and Special Needs children, the same as he did in his previous practice. His address is 4556 Edgeware Rd., zip 92116, his phone is 619-284-1254 and FAX is 619-284-2543.

Offering Interim Care For Children
Richard Armstrong, in North Idaho, says his Boundarylines is back to offering interim care for children lasting from one day up to one month. He can be reached at 208-265-4888.

Former Rocky Mountain Teachers Join The Leap Program In Sandpoint, Idaho
Rea and Sharon Kreider, former teachers at Rocky Mountain Academy, have joined with an new experiential program in Sandpoint, North Idaho called LEAP (Leadership Education Adventure Project). As reported in the Sunday Bonner County Daily Bee, March 21, 1993, "LEAP is dedicated to experiential learning, youth leadership and family and community development." It is organized by Directors Michael Swiderski and Tracey Sutton, who say "Learning to work together is what youth, their families and our communities need." "LEAP's goal is to guide participants through a combination of non-competitive games, group problem solving, ropes challenge course events, wilderness adventure and creative movement." Rae & Sharon can be reached at 208-263-6760.

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