Seen 'n Heard - Sept,
2000 Issue (page 2)
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CEDU ANNOUNCES TWO COMMUNITY FORUMS TO ADDRESS ROAD ISSUE
(August 15, 2000) CEDU Family of Services (Sandpoint, Idaho 800-858-1933,
cedu.com) is hosting two community forums to listen and record community concerns regarding the traffic and condition of the Ruby
Creek Road. The first meeting was scheduled August 24; the second meeting will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, Sep.
11, at the same venue, the Naples Youth Hostel. On Oct 2, CEDU is scheduled to appear before the Boundary County Commissioners to
present plans and options. Prior to the meeting, CEDUís Northwest Academy and Ascent staff will begin placing tan tags in their windshields
displaying the CEDU log, in order to identify CEDU employees in an effort to make their driving patterns more visible to the neighbors.
For information on the Naples community meetings contact Julia Andrick at 265-0607.
NEW THERAPIST AT SECOND NATURE
(August 15, 2000) Scott Canter, Admissions for Second Nature, a clinical intervention wilderness program, Duchesne,
Utah, 818-906-7611, announced the addition of Andrew J. Erkis, Ph.D. candidate as a therapist for the program. Andrew has been working
with Second Nature as a co-therapist for some time.
ITíS A GIRL!!!
(August 18, 2000) Those who have had occasion to call Woodbury Reports in the last few months were likely to have their
call answered by Charlene Lyle, Woodbury Reports Secretary, who gave birth to a baby girl at 12:14 AM on Friday, August 18th. Charleneís
third child, daughter Briana, weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces.
GAGE HIT WITH 54 NEW CHARGES
(August 22, 2000) The Nugget Newspaper, in Sisters, Oregon,
reported ďA Deschutes County Grand Jury has slapped Steven Michael Gage with 54 new charges related to the operation of Royal Haven
Equestrian Center for Girls. These are in addition to the 67 charges filed as of June 16,Ē which brings the total of charges up to
121, mostly sexual allegations, but also includes charges for withholding medical care and money laundering.
ELLIOTT BECOMES ST. PAULíS ACADEMY NEW HEADMASTER
(August 22, 2000) Dave Johnson, the new Admissions Director at St.
Paulís Academy, Phoenix, AZ, 602-956-9090, email@example.com, an all boys school, announced
several administrative changes at the school for the upcoming school year. Lowell Andrews, founder of the school, has stepped down
as Headmaster after 40 years, remaining with the school as CEO and consultant. He will be replaced by Hal Elliott, who has been Assistant
Headmaster for the past 14 years. The new Assistant Head, Marti Weiskopf, was Director of Admissions for the past 8 years. Jim Graves,
Dean of Counseling for 16 years, has been promoted to Dean of Students.
ARBINGER INSTITUTE TRAIN-THE-TRAINER
(August 23, 2000) Jim Ferrell announced the Arbinger Institute, Salt Lake City, Utah, 800-307-9415, which for several
years has provided training for the Anasazi Foundation, ďis now making its programs available to other organizations in the treatment
and care industries. For the first time, Arbinger is now offering a train-the-trainer program that will prepare representatives from
treatment and other care programs to train their people in Arbingerís approach.Ē The training session will be in Salt Lake City from
September 25th through September 29th.
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