Seen 'n Heard - Aug,
2000 Issue (page 3)
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ELK MOUNTAIN GRADUATE ATTENDS HARVARD
(July 20, 2000) Carl Olding, Ex. Dir. of Elk Mountain Academy, Clark Fork, Idaho, 800-355-3823, announced they now
have an “Ivy Leaguer”. One of their graduates has been accepted into Harvard. Carl announced they have enrolled 145 students in their
seven years of existence.
HELENE REYNOLD’S NEW GRANDAUGHTER
(July 20, 2000) Educational Consultant, CEP, and IECA member, Helene Reynolds, 609-921-1326, announced her daughter
Hanna and son-in-law David gave birth this week to Adison Rose Buck at 6 lbs, 14 ozs. Grandmother says the new addition to the family
looks exactly like Hanna did as a baby.
PACKARD AT NORTHSTAR CENTER
(July 25, 2000) Eliot Sainer, CEO of Aspen Youth Services, announced Trina Packard will become the Executive Director
of NorthStar Center effective August 7, replacing Dennis Crowell, who resigned last month. Crowell is currently making plans for a
major vacation in Costa Rica starting this winter. Packard is being promoted from within Aspen Youth Services where she had a senior
position with the Pine Ridge program at Youth Care in Northern Utah.
SOLIE AT BRIDGES ACADEMY
(July 28, 2000) Darrel McOmber, Founder of Bridges Academy,
a small boys program in Bend, Oregon, 888-283- 7362, firstname.lastname@example.org, announced Larry Solie
had joined their staff as Executive Director. Solie, who has been with the school for about five months, has taken over the administrative
functions, and will be soon working on taking over and reforming program functions to provide better services. Solie, who moved to
Sisters, Oregon three years ago, is from Seattle where he held executive positions in several businesses, and had been a teacher at
Washington State Reformatory’s Institutional Industries in Monroe.
HIGH PEAKS YOUNG ADULT PROGRAM
(July 28, 2000) Gabe Reynolds, High Peaks Wilderness, Roosevelt, Utah, 435-722-0958 announced they have recently added
an 18-25 year old component to their program. The new program, named “High Peaks Young Adult Transitional Program” will “provide long
term care with a residential component.” They also worked with several other Utah programs to set two tours for consultants in August.
The participating programs, in addition to High Peaks, are Vista Treatment Center, Oakley, Sunrise Academy, New Haven, Island View,
Logan River, and Discovery Academy. Consultants signed up for the August tours are Susan Trueblood, Jody Dobson, Elizabeth Jamison,
Sue Bigg, Renee Sinclair, Diane Arnold, George Kirkpatrick, Leslie Goldbert, and Milton Little. A similar tour will be organized for
October. Any consultant interested can contact Gabe.
(July 30, 2000) Mona Treadway and Glenn White of Dragonfly
Adventures, Klamath Falls, OR, 541-850-0841, email@example.com,
announced they are up and running with their family trips. Their Thanksgiving trip is already full, but there are still openings for
a family trip in Baja, Mexico around Christmas time.
JOHNSON MOVES TO MONTICELLO UTAH
(August 3, 2000) Jeff Johnson, Admissions for Wilderness Quest, in southern Utah, announced to Woodbury Reports he
has moved his offices to the program headquarters in Monticello, Utah. His new address is PO Box 12, 580 Main St., Monticello, Utah
84535, and his phone number is 888- 440-9461.
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