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Seen 'n Heard - Nov, 1999 Issue (page 3)

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1994 WOODBURY REPORTS ARCHIVES ONLINE 
(October 14, 1999) All articles, essays, quotes, etc. from Woodbury Reports newsletter from issue #1 in 1989 to the end of 1994 (issue #31) are now online in the archives section of Places for Struggling Teens. A search engine allows the browser to find what was written by or about a school or professional during those issues. The 1995 issues are in the process of being placed online also. 

PETER JENNINGS AIRED SEGMENT ON EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS 
(October 19, 1999) On ABC World News Tonight, Peter Jennings aired a segment on how Educational Consultants can help students in focusing their plans for college and other educational needs. 

PACIFIC COAST ACADEMY GROWING 
(October 20, 1999) Tim Smith, founder of Pacific Coast Academy, near Prineville, Central Oregon, 888-591-9222, reports they are on their new property in Central Oregon with seven students. He reports that in addition to their work with exotic animals, they are taking on Special Needs animals, including two 200 lb English Mastiff dogs that are blind. He reports the students are responding in a very positive and powerful way to the responsibilities of taking care of animals with these special needs. 

WILDERNESS QUEST IDAHO ALUMNI PARTY 
(October 21, 1999) Wilderness Quest, founded by Larry and Karen Wells, 208-522-1080, announced an Idaho Alumni Support Group party for October 29, 1999. They also are adapting to a growing need for more adult-based programs. Part of the restructuring and expansion has caused them to search for a Clinical Director, an Executive Business Director, and a Field Operations Manager for their field office in Monticello, Utah. 

HIGH PEAKS WILDERNESS 
(October 21, 1999) Troy Bird, Director for High Peaks Wilderness, 435-722-0958, troy@hpwp.net, reports two successful graduations and a new web page.

NEW STAFF AT ASPEN YOUTH SERVICES 
(October 22, 1999) Jodi Tuttle, Woodbury Reports roving correspondent, reports Kreg Gilman has been appointed Admission Director for Aspen Ranch and Aspen Achievement Academy, 435-836-2080. Gilman at one time was an Admission Director for Provo Canyon School. The Admission office will be moved to Loa, Utah to be in closer touch with the programs. Larry Carter has been appointed Senior Vice President for Aspen Youth Services. Carter was formerly with Provo Canyon. 

PARENTAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION 
(October 26, 1999) Allen Cardoza, President of West Shield Adolescent Services, Dan Koller and numerous other parents, concerned with the eroding rights of parents, are forming the Parental Rights Association to promote a healthy relationship between parents, families and government. Questions may be directed to 877-303-5437.

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