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MARILYN COLSON RECOVERING
(February 26, 2001) Susan Edwards, IECA Member from Connecticut, 203-866-2692, informed Woodbury Reports, Inc. that Marilyn Colson, IECA Member from Maryland, 410-435-6651, is recovering from thoracic surgery this morning and is expected to be back at work in a few weeks. She should be home from the hospital in about ten days, and Susan recommends bombarding her with wellness wishes at her home address at 3506 Englemeade Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21208. All of us at Woodbury Reports, Inc. wish Marilyn a speedy recovery.
CUSTOM YOUTH SERVICES TRANSPORT
(February 28, 2001) Albert and Nancy Johnson, owners of Custom Youth Services, Mitchell, Oregon, 541-462-3383, announced that their juvenile transport agency will do nation wide transports. As part of their customized service they will either fly or drive, in cases where “driving saves money due to airline prices on short notice.”
OUTWARD BOUND JOINS WITH ST. PAUL COMPANIES
(March 1, 2001) Lewis Glenn, Vice President, Safety & Program, Outward Bound, USA, Garrison, New York, 845-424-4000, announced they will be collaborating with The St. Paul Companies, “a leading provider of property casualty insurance,” to “assist organizations in the outdoor adventure industry to prevent fatalities, disabling injuries, and serious illnesses, and reduce the rate of other accidents, injuries and illness in outdoor adventure programs.”
SUWS NOW HAS FLEXIBLE LENGTH
SUWS, Gooding, Idaho, www.suws.com is proud to announce the addition of a Flexible Length of Stay component to its adolescent wilderness program. Students who extend beyond 21 days enter an individualized therapeutic curriculum. Weekly Treatment Planning sessions are used to determine extended stays. For addition information, please contact Mike Ervin, Director of Admissions, (208-934-8523).
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