Seen 'n Heard - Apr,
2000 Issue (page 2)
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(March 14, 2000) Lorri Hanna and Doug Sabo, founders of Soltreks,
Inc., 218-525-5803, Duluth, Minnesota, which offers a variety of wilderness experiences, were nominated for an award to recognize
leadership in business management and community service by micro businesses in northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin. They were
also featured in the newsletter Entrepreneurs’ Connection, a program of the North Star Community Development Corporation in Duluth,
Minnesota that nurtures entrepreneurs’ success through professional development and shared experience.
ASPEN YOUTH SERVICES STAFF IN BONNERS FERRY
(March 2, 2000) Several staff from Aspen Youth Services stopped by briefly during a hectic tour of the North Idaho
CEDU Schools, including Gil Hallows, Director of Aspen Achievement Academy, Mike Errin, Admissions Director for SUWS, Pam Parson,
Clinical Director for Aspen Achievement Academy, and Brad Gerrard, Business Development Director for Aspen Youth Services.
BANKRUPTCY TO NOT IMPACT PROVO CANYON SCHOOL
(March 14, 2000) Jeff Smith, CEO of Provo Canyon School, 800-848-9819, announced that the filing of Chapter 11 reorganization
by Charter Behavioral Health Systems on February 16th “would not affect the quality of clinical programs and operations at the School.”
Since Provo Canyon School is independent of the other Charter facilities, it is not for sale and is not going to close despite what
happens to the other Charter facilities, according to Smith.
WOODHALL SCHOOL SUMMER 2000
(March 15, 2000) The Woodhall School, Bethlehem, CT, 203-266-7788, email@example.com,
announced their summer session will start June 29th and last through August 2, 2000. “The Woodhall Summer Program is designed to help
students break the cycle of school failure.” The School announces that boys who can benefit from a Woodhall Summer include those who
lack self confidence and self esteem, lack motivation and have: low achievement, difficulty with academic and study skills, difficulty
concentrating or paying attention, health or family related issues, and/or need to develop proficiency in English language skills.
DENISE WESTMAN VISITS WOODBURY REPORTS (February
29, 2000) Denise Westman, 619-588-7499, representative of Provo Canyon School, Provo, Utah, stopped by Woodbury Reports Inc. in Bonners
Ferry, Idaho on a tour visiting professionals in the North Idaho area.
SAGEWALK HAS NEW OWNERS, MANAGERS
(March 16, 2000) Chris Kocurek, CEO of Therapeutic Expeditions, headquartered in Austin, Texas, 512-236-8776, firstname.lastname@example.org,
announced they have agreed take responsibility for SageWalk operations, as requested by the current owners of SageWalk. From another
source, Woodbury Reports has heard that Blaine Fisher is the new Field Director for the Bend, Oregon wilderness program.
RITTENBERG WORKS AS EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANT
(March 17, 2000) Helen Rittenbert, Waban, MA, 617-527-1239, email@example.com,
contacted Woodbury Reports to tell us she is working as an Educational Consultant. A former elementary teacher and school principal,
and Certified NASP, she has been a licensed Educational Psychologist in private practice for 13 years, doing diagnostic evaluations,
academic and behavioral interventions with children and families and child advocacy.
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