Seen 'n Heard - Feb,
1998 Issue (page 3)
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WILDERNESS PROFESSIONAL RENEWAL
Loren Johnston, Outreach Utilization Director at the Wilderness Treatment Center, in Marion Montana, 406-854-2832, announced the
1998 Wilderness Professional Renewal will be held July 20-24 at the historic Rising Wolf Lodge and on the Middle Fork of the flathead
River in Glacier National Park. The purpose is maintaining personal/professional competence with a combination of experiential wilderness
experiences and training presentations.
LANDMARK COLLEGE SUMMER SESSION
Landmark College’s 1998 Summer session will run from June 18 to August 7, 1998. “Since the summer session serves only students diagnosed
with a learning disability or ADHD, tuition, fees, and related expenses may be deductible as medical expenses for federal income
tax purposes.” Their overall College program is “designed exclusively for students of average to superior intelligence with dyslexia,
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and other specific learning disabilities.” More information can be obtained by
calling 802-387-6718, or on the web, http://www.landmarkcollege.org.
NEW ADDITIONS TO CHURCH & ASSOCIATES
Brian Church, Head of Church & Associates, a marketing firm for small quality programs, 909-688-6541, announced early February
the firm will be representing Echo Springs Transition Study Center, in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, 208-267-1111, a program for students
ages 18 to 24 who are ready to move on into early adulthood. The firm will also be representing Stone Mountain School in western
North Carolina, 704-669-8639, for boys ages 10 to 18 years of age. Church & Associates is also representing Crater Lake School,
Wilderness Quest, and West Shield Adolescent Services.
JOEY DUSINA TURNS TO COMPUTERS
Joey Dusina, founder of Guiding Hands, a transport company operating out of Utah, 800-591-HAND (4263), has turned management of
the company over to Tom Mockett, who has been with Guiding Hands since its formation. Joey gave the reasons for leaving the business
as being “tired, ” and that with a growing family, the increased money working with a computer firm in Georgia is welcome.
SMALL BOARDING SCHOOL ASSN. (SBSA) CONFERENCE
The Annual Small Boarding School Association Conference will be held at The Andrews School, in Willoughby, Ohio, on March 26-28,
1998. Information can be obtained from Sylke Castellarin at 800-753-4683. This conference has become part of the circuit by key
staff in Emotional Growth Schools and Programs, and the Educational Consultants and other professionals who work with children with
NEW RMA ADMISSIONS DIRECTOR
Pam Broker is the new Admissions Director at Rocky Mountain Academy (RMA) in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, 208-267-7522. She succeeds Lana
Livesey who moved to California where she is working for CEDU Schools as an Area Representative and conducting parent workshops.
Pam had been working in the parent resources division of RMA.
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