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HOPE RANCH THERAPEUTIC TEAMS
(February 10, 2008) Linda Carpenter, Executive Director for Hope Ranch, Whitefish, MT, 406-862-7871, announced Hope Ranch has established therapeutic teams for its program. Each of the newly formed teams has a therapist as a Team Leader and a residential or teaching staff member as co-leader. Office and administrative staff serve as ‘grandparents’ to the team. Altogether there are eight staff members on each team.
MARENGO PROMOTED AT GATEHOUSE
(February 14, 2008) Michael Baldassare, Gatehouse Academy, Wickenburg, AZ, 928-671-1219, announced Anthony Marengo has been promoted to Director of Admissions at Gatehouse Academy. Marengo, a former resident and graduate of the program, has worked at Gatehouse since 2005. Positions held by Marengo include the Assistant Director of Family Communications, Residential Director of Haven Oaks Farm and Program Director of Gatehouse College Campus.
ELK MOUNTAIN ACADEMY MOVES
(February 21, 2008) Loretta Olding, Co-Owner/ Admissions Director of Elk Mountain Academy, Heron, MT, 208-264-5318, announced Elk Mountain Academy has moved from Clark Fork, ID, to the Elk Creek Academy in Heron, MT. The new building has 14 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, a weight room, pool table, Ping-Pong table, a commercial kitchen, a living room with a big screen TV, offices, 5,900 square feet, classrooms and a music art room.
OPENINGS AT KING GEORGE
(February 22, 2008) Jay Ramsey, Director of Human Resources, King George School, Sutton, VT, 802-467-1200, announced several staff openings at King George School, including: Clinical Director, School Nurse, School Registrar, English Teacher and a Science Teacher. (These positions were filled prior to 3/24/08.)
ANASAZI EXPANDS AFTERCARE
(February 22, 2008) Sean Rourke of Anasazi Foundation, Mesa, AZ, 480-892-7403, announced Anasazi Foundation will be offering participating families of students completing their 42-day wilderness therapy program, an optional 6-week, in-home transition program, including parent coaching, panoramic assessment (with input from community, program and consulting professionals) and direct access to a transition specialist.
LIVINGOOD LEAVES MORNINGSIDE
(February 22, 2008) Glenna J. Conway, Business Development for Morningside Recovery, Newport Beach, CA, 866-725-8565, announced Kate Livingood, Program Administrator at Morningside Recovery has left the company to pursue her education and finish her degree.
SUMMER SCHOOL AT BRANDON HALL
(February 25, 2008) Terri Brooks, Director of Admissions at Brandon Hall School, Atlanta, GA, 770-394-8177, announced the schedule for summer school at Brandon Hall School. There are three, two-week sessions between June 9, and July 18, 2008. Students may enroll from Brandon Hall and other independent and public schools. For more information, please contact the admissions department.
PINE RIDGE SCHOOL REFOCUSES
(February 25, 2008) Dana K. Blackhurst, Headmaster, Pine Ridge School, Williston, VT, 802-434-2161, announced Pine Ridge School is under substantial change and will focus its attention to returning to the clarified mission statement of the school. In order to evaluate and reorganize the overall school program, summer school has been postponed for 2008.
BACHMAN'S SUMMER QUEST
(February 25, 2008) Kane Ayres, Director of Admissions, Bachman Academy, McDonald, TN, 423-479-4523, announced the Summer Quest camp schedules at Bachman Academy, which runs from June 8, to July 26, 2008. Camp is divided into seven, one-week sessions, each offering different activities.
FALCON RIDGE CELEBRATES 5 YEARS
(February 25, 2008) Mariah Pogue, Admissions for Falcon Ridge Ranch, Virgin, UT, 866-968-4673, announced Falcon Ridge Ranch will celebrate its five year anniversary this spring. Several projects are underway in preparation for the event, including additions to the equine program, outcome surveys and creating an introductory, informational DVD.
DRAGONFLY ADVENTURES SUMMER TRIPS
(February 25, 2008) Mona Treadway, MSW, Admissions and Co-Founder of Dragonfly Adventures, Klamath Falls, OR, 541-850-0541, announced they will be adding 21-day wilderness trips this summer. The starting dates for the trips are: July 1, August 3, and September 3, 2008.
SCHROM BOYS HOME OPENS
(February 25, 2008) John and Julia Schrom, Owners and Founders, Schrom Boys Home, Bonners Ferry, ID, 208-267-6569, announced they have officially opened the Schrom Boys Home, a family style, therapeutic program for male adolescent’s ages 13-18 years old.
SOBER COLLEGE GOES GREEN
(February 26, 2008) Annika Richards, Director of Marketing, Sober College, Woodland Hills, CA, 866-757-6237, announced Sober College went paperless and has established a recycling program at both the learning center and the dorms in an effort to help preserve the environment. The residents viewed videos and engaged in learning activities directly concerned with going green. A special thanks to senior resident, Maggie W, who was nominated as Executive Chair on Sober College’s Green Board.
GROVE SCHOOL POST GRADUATE HOUSE
(February 27, 2008) Richard L. Chorney, President and CEO of the Grove School, Madison, CT, 203-245-2778, announced the opening of Grove School’s Post Graduate House in February. This program provides extended care and support for current students 18 years and older.
DISTANT DRUMS ADDS STAFF
(February 28, 2008) Lee and Mark Wardle, Founders, Distant Drums, Nephi, UT, 435-623-0548, announced the addition of two new members to Distant Drums staff. Triston Morgan, MS, CMFTI, will be the Teen and Adult Program Therapist and is currently working on his PhD at Brigham Young University. LuAnn Peckenpaugh, will assume the position of Marketing Representative. She has a BS in Management from Indiana University and was employed with Chase Bank.
STONESOUP RUNS THE JACOB SCHOOL
(February 28, 2008) Carrie Straub, School Director for Stonesoup School, Winter Springs, FL, 407-461-2800, announced the Stonesoup School, formerly in Crescent City, FL, has suspended residential operations pending the outcome of fundraising for new facilities. In the meantime, it has reorganized and relocated to Winter Springs, FL, where it is currently operating as a private day school called The Jacob School.
GOODWILL HINCKLEY CAMP
(February 28, 2008) J. Richardson of Goodwill Hinckley, Hinckley, ME, 207-238-4035, announced their new 10-day, summer adventure program for teens aged 13-15 years, including the Allagash Waterway Adventure, Rock Climbing Day and High/Low Ropes Course.
DR. BRASLOW PRESENTS AT NWA
(February 29, 2008) Janice Pannell, Marketing and Communications Manager, Ascent, Boulder Creek Academy and Northwest Academy, Naples, ID, 208-267-3626, announced Dr. Lawrence Braslow, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist held a presentation at Northwest Academy in March, “Changing the Trajectory: When Families Need More. Why we do what we do: The need for therapeutic schools and programs as intervention.” Dr. Braslow is a graduate of the University De Lausanne, Switzerland, Medical School, and trained at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He is Head of Adolescent Services at Oliveview/UCLA and a member of the clinical faculty.
MITCHELL VISITS WOODBURY REPORTS
(February 29, 2008) L. Jay Mitchell, Founder of Greenbrier Academy, Pence Springs, WV, 877-788-8422, stopped by Woodbury Reports to visit while in Idaho.
UHS EARNINGS CALL TRANSCRIPT
(February 29, 2008) Seeking Alpha, Stock Market and Analysis reports Universal Health Services, King of Prussia, PA, parent company of Northwest Academy, Boulder Creek Academy, Ascent and King George has posted the transcript of its fourth quarter/ 2007 earnings call.
KUHN JOINS IN BALANCE
(March 1, 2008) Shannon Dexter, LCSW, LISAC, Clinical Director at In Balance Ranch Academy, Tucson, AZ, 877-304-3329, announced Marla Green Kuhn, MA, LAC, has joined the staff at In Balance Ranch Academy as a Parent Liaison and Therapist. Marla has an MA in Art Education from the University of New Mexico, an MA in Counseling Psychology from Prescott College and is an EAGALA certified Equine Assisted Psychotherapist.
A MUSICAL WOODBURY AFFILIATE
(March 2, 2008) The Bonner County Daily Bee, Sandpoint, ID included an article about "Dolce" a four piece instrumental group which includes Loi Eberle, a cellist and educational consultant affiliated with Woodbury Reports, Inc. The group plays classical music "interspersed with jazz and Latin arrangements".
PROMOTION AT MEDICINE HORSE
(March 3, 2008) Kathy King Johnson, Executive Director, Medicine Horse Program, Boulder, CO, 720-406-7630, announced she has been named Executive Director of Medicine Horse. Johnson has served as chief operating officer for the program for the past seven months and succeeds Karolyn A. Gazella, who stepped down as Executive Director and joined the Medicine Horse Board of Directors.
CERTIFIED COACH TRAINING
(March 4, 2008) Penelope Valentine, Co-Founder of Next Step for Success, Redmond, OR, 541-504-5224, announced Next Step for Success will be offering its next 20-week telecourse titled, “Coaching Parents, Struggling Teens and Young Adults,“ starting on Tuesday, May 6, 2008. Upon successful completion of this coach training course, participants will have the designation of Certified Coach.
PAYNE JOINS WILDERNESS QUEST
(March 4, 2008) Paula Riggs, Director of Admissions for Wilderness Quest, Monticello, UT, 435- 587-2801, announced Clayton Payne has joined Wilderness Quest as the Director of Family Services. Clayton has 18 years of experience working in the field of chemical dependency and substance abuse and has been with Wilderness Quest since 2006 as a licensed Substance Abuse Counselor and a Field Director.
9th ANNUAL EAGALA CONFERENCE
(March 5, 2008) EAGALA, Santaquin, UT, 801-754-9499, announced its 9th Annual EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association) conference was held March 12-15, 2008, in Ogden, UT. The theme for this event was "Partnering for a Better World".
CRC OPENS AUSTIN SENDERO
(March 5, 2008) Shelly Underwood, Professional Relations Coordinator for Austin Sendero, Granger, TX, 512-213-9762, announced the opening of CRC Health Group’s new eating disorder treatment facility, Austin Sendero, a program for both male and female patients ages 17 and older. Executive Director is Brad Kennington.
NEW STAFF AT NORTHSTAR
(March 5, 2008) Sean Fievet, Executive Director, NorthStar Center, Bend, OR, 541-385-8657, announced the addition of Scott Schreiner, MSW, LCSW, as therapist and Ramona Berman, MS, LADC, CADC II as substance abuse counselor to the staff at NorthStar Center. Schreiner worked in the field of addiction for the past 16 years and Berman is nearing completion of her dissertation for her PhD in Philosophy of Psychology and has worked in substance abuse for more than 20 years.
SPRUCE MOUNTAIN CELEBRATES 25
(March 6, 2008) Ed Levin, LICSW, Assistant Director of Spruce Mountain Inn, Plainfield, VT, 802-454-8353, announced Spruce Mountain Inn is celebrating its 25th year of service this year. Spruce Mountain Inn is a psychiatric treatment program that offers a structured vocational and educational program, individualized treatment plans and case management services for young adults most of which are age 18-30.
PERRY TRAINING AT SANDHILL
(March 7, 2008) Linda Zimmerman, CEO and Jonathan Mack, Clinical Director at Sandhill Center, Los Lunas, NM, 505-866-9271, announced Bruce Perry, MD, PhD, pre-eminent neurobiologist, psychiatrist, author, researcher, founder and Senior Fellow of the Child Trauma Academy in Houston, TX, visited Sandhill Center during the first week of March 2008 to provide advanced training for Sandhill clinicians and staff. Dr. Perry focused on the Neuro-sequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT), a cutting edge clinical treatment model derived from Dr. Perry’s neurobiological research and study.
SCHMIEDEKNECHT GETS AWARD
(March 8, 2008) Tom Denham, Director of Communications at Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Clearwater, FL, 727-461-1236, announced Sandy Schmiedeknecht, the Aftercare & Alumni Coordinator for Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Division of Private Academies was recently awarded the Outstanding Service Award at the National NATSAP conference held in Savannah, GA, this past February for her work with the Alumni Committee and other “behind the scenes” efforts. Also, this month, Angie Senic, Director of Operations for Division II, EYA, presented Sandy with a Certificate of Recognition in appreciation for her contributions to EYA programs and staff by completing One Year Service.
NYT ON GAP YEAR PROGRAMS
(March 8, 2008) The New York Times mentioned Southern France Youth Institute, based in Sandpoint, ID, as one of the growing number of programs catering to high-achieving students contemplating taking a year off before college, known as a “gap year,” after the rising pressure of getting into a top college.
GLENHOLME SUMMER PROGRAM
(March 10, 2008) David J. Tuttle, Marketing Director for the Glenholme School, Washington, CT, 860-868-7377, announced the Glenholme School, a therapeutic environment for young people with special needs, such as Asperger’s, ADHD, Emotional, Behavioral and Learning difficulties, is gearing up for its second annual summer program.
BENCHMARK PARTNERS WITH CLARK
(March 10, 2008) Shelley Skaggs, Marketing & PR for Benchmark Young Adult School, Loma Linda, CA, 714-963-4148, announced Benchmark Young Adult School has a newly formed partnership with Clark Behavioral Health Financing (CBHF) to assist parents with financing solutions for behavioral health treatment options, such as Benchmark.
SOBER COLLEGE "ROCKS"
(March 11, 2008) Annika Richards, Director of Marketing, Sober College, Woodland Hills, CA, 866-757-6537, announced Sober College had its first talent show in March. It included Sober College students, staff and alumni. Showcased during the show, were drums, dancers, music and drama.
COLLABORATIVE COACHING TO PRESENT
(March 12, 2008) Benjamin Wahl, MSW, Program Coordinator, Collaborative Coaching Program/ Ryther Outdoor Leadership Program, Seattle, WA, 206-856-9490, announced he and Vicki Schoettle, a Program Parent Coach with Collaborative Coaching, were selected to present at the Annual Conference for the International Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists and Allied Providers (IACAPAP) in Istanbul, Turkey.
LIVING WELL'S FOUNDER DIES
(March 12, 2008) Julie Randall, Director of Operations at Living Well Transitions, LLC, Boulder, CO, 303-245-1020, sadly announced Bill Sell, MA, LPC, CGP, founder and Executive Director of Living Well Transitions, died March 10, 2008, at his home in Boulder, after a long illness. Bill, who launched Living Well Transitions in 2004, was a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Colorado and nationally certified in Group Psychotherapy (CGP) through the American Group Psychotherapy Association. Bill was also an adjunct faculty member of Naropa University in Boulder, where he taught in the Psychology and Religious Studies Departments. A 1984 graduate of West Chester University in West Chester, PA., with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Bill received a Master of Arts in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University in 1988. A scholarship fund has been set up in his memory to benefit future Living Well residents who may not be able to fully afford the costs of the program. Woodbury Reports staff offers condolences to the family and friends who knew Bill.
AMATS LAUNCHES WEBSITE
(March 13, 2008) Jeff Johnson, Executive Director of the Association of Mediation and Transport Services (AMATS), Loa, UT, 435-491-0398, announced the launching of the AMATS' web site. This is a resource for parents, consultants, professionals and programs working with clients considering a transport. Jeff also announced Will Lopez, owner of Adolescent Guidance Services, joined the AMATS organization.
CONSCIOUS PARENTING WORKSHOP
(March 13, 2008) Lorie Federman, Alumni Coordinator of the Monarch Center For Family Healing, Georgetown, CO, 303-569-0767, announced the Monarch Center will be hosting a Conscious Parenting Workshop at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, CA. The conference will be held June 27-29, 2008, and will be facilitated by Dave Ventimiglia, Duey Freeman and Victoria Story.
MITCHELL COLLEGE OPEN HOUSE
(March 13, 2008) Mitchell College, New London, CT, 800-443-2811, announced its Spring Open house this April will also include an afternoon session focusing on the Learning Resource Center, including information on the transition to college, accessible technology and academic coaching for ADHD students.
NWA STUDENTS DOG SLEDDING
(March 14, 2008) David Brinkman, Admissions Coordinator at Northwest Academy, Naples, ID, 877-882-0980, announced four students from Northwest Academy participated in a five-day dog sledding expedition in the Yaak Mountains. Preparations for the trip included a nine-week training program to learn the basics of dog sledding.
EQUESTRIAN WINDS QUITO ECUADOR
(March 14, 2008) Guy LeGuyonne, Admissions Director, of Equestrian Winds, Quito, Ecuador, 541-410-4538, announced Equestrian Winds welcomes Frank Darquea as its new Program Director. Franks experience directing Special Needs programs and Study Abroad Language Schools throughout Central and South America is an appreciated addition to our team. Gaby Haboud, the previous Program Director has taken over as Executive Director.
FUTURE MEN STUDENT SUCCESS
(March 14, 2008) Aaron Boldman, Director of Future Men For God, Kirbyville, MO, 417-546-4171, announced Future Men has recently seen one of their students receive the volunteer of the year award at his apprenticeship with the Branson, Missouri Fire Department. Currently, 27 different local businesses work with the program to help equip young men for their future careers. The boys all receive two elective credits for their apprenticeship work, which goes towards their high school diploma.
HEARTLIGHT DINNER AND AUCTION
(March 16, 2008) Mark Gregston, Founder and Executive Director, Heartlight Ministries, Hallsville, TX, 903-668-2173, announced Heartlight will host its Annual Fundraising Dinner and Auction April 19, 2008, at the Dallas Westin City Center. For more information, contact Amanda Cox at Heartlight.
PINE RIDGE SCHOOL STRUGGLES
turning to the school’s original mission of educating students who have dyslexia. The school has had employee layoffs to “trim payroll substantially”.
(March 17, 2008) Brian Church, Director of Business Development for Aspiro, Riverton, UT, 801-349-2740, announced Proficio Management, Inc. and Aspiro Inc. jointly announce the acquisition of Aspiro, Inc. as of Friday, March 14, 2008, by Aspiro's current leadership team and clinicians. Proficio formed and founded Aspiro with Randy Oakley in April of 2006. Contact for Proficio is Paul Watson. Contact for Aspiro is Brain Church.
COLLEGE INTERNSHIP OPEN HOUSE
(March 17, 2008) Dr. Michael McManmon, Founder/ Executive Director of College Internship Program, Berkeley, CA, 510-704-4476, announced College Internship Program will be hosting an open house and information session April 9, 2008. Program Director Janet Miller and Executive Director/Founder Dr. Michael McManmon will speak about preparing students socially, emotionally and academically for college and beyond. For more information, contact Marjorie Paul, Admissions Coordinator at the Berkeley Center.
NATWC CONFERENCE INVITATION
(March 17, 2008) NATWC (The National Association of Therapeutic Wilderness Camping) has announced their 15th Annual Conference will be held September 21-23, 2008, at Villas by the Sea, Jekyll Island, GA. For information contact: Rick and Sandy McClintock at NATWC.
NEW HAVEN EXPANDS ROPES COURSE
(March 18, 2008) Ari Terry, Admissions at New Haven Residential Treatment Center, Spanish Fork, UT, 801-794-1218, announced New Haven expanded its ropes course by adding a climbing wall and other additional challenges. In addition, six of their therapists, including Masters Level Social Workers, Licensed Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists were sponsored to become certified ROPES facilitators.
BENCHMARK ADDS PARENT COACHING
(March 18, 2008) Shelley Skaggs, Marketing Director for Benchmark Young Adult School, Redlands, CA, 714-963-4148, announced Benchmark Young Adult School has continued its partnership with Next Step For Success by offering a five-part series of parent coaching calls to parents of newly enrolled students designed to support parents as they adjust to transitioning their young adult child into the Benchmark Young Adult School curriculum. The Parent Coaching calls are facilitated by a Next Step For Success Parent Coach who is sanctioned by the International Coach Federation (IFC).
RIGHT DIRECTION EXPANDS
(March 18, 2008) Brian Shepherd and Larry Spain, Owners of Right Direction Crisis Intervention, Thorndale, PA, 888-592-8400, announced Right Direction Adolescent Service expanded to a full crisis intervention service, including Crisis Intervention Coaching and Adult Interventions.
NEW HAVEN COMMUNITY SERVICE
(March 18, 2008) Ari Terry, Admissions at New Haven Residential Treatment Center, Spanish Fork, UT, 801-794-1218, announced the New Haven School’s Student Government organized over 5000 hours of community service in 2007, which included quilt making for the Provo Women’s and Children’s Shelter, working at the local food bank, cleaning the town center and working at the Cancer Wellness Center, as well as other community spirited projects.
LITTLE KESWICK'S NEW BUILDING
(March 19, 2008) Terry Columbus, Director of Little Keswick School, Keswick, VA, 434-295-0457, announced on June 12, 2008, Little Keswick School will unveil a new residential and academic building on the campus. All academic facilities and two residence halls will be incorporated in this space.
BERNIE ZIMMERMAN IN IDAHO
(March 19, 2008) Bernie Zimmerman MA, LCPC, of Greenwood Associates, Inc., Tampa, FL, 813-254-5303, announced starting April 14, 2008, he will be based out of a Boise, ID, office and able to meet with Northwest families. The Boise contact info is 315 N. Allumbaugh, Boise, ID 83704, 208-830-8697. Bernie will also be continuing a “commute” to Tampa.
NEW STRATEGY AT THREE SPRINGS
(March 19, 2008) Aida Porras of Three Springs, Huntsville, AL, 256-880-3339 x 222, announced Three Springs will increase the commitment and investment in the areas of therapeutic program development and clinical services. She also said "the recent staff reduction was focused on positioning the company to accommodate current census patterns and for both strategic and financial growth."
SHEEPGATE DENIED PERMIT
(March 20, 2008) An application to open a group home in Bonners Ferry, ID, for up to eight women ages 18 to 23 recovering from alcohol and drug abuse, was denied on a tie breaking vote of the Mayor. The application was filed by Sheepgate Services whose owner is Trilby Hoover.
FITZHUGH JOINS ASPEN
(March 20, 2008) Kristen Hayes, Communications Director for Aspen Education Group, Cerritos, CA, 562-467-5531, announced Aspen Education Group has appointed Karen Fitzhugh to Senior Vice President of Eastern Residential Schools and Programs. She will oversee operations for the company's six eastern residential programs and two special needs summer camps. Fitzhugh is a NATSAP board member with a PhD in Educational Psychology/Special Education. Most recently, she served as the head of a co-ed, college-prep emotional growth boarding school in Vermont.
ARCAND MARKETING AT GATEHOUSE
(March 20, 2008) Kent Sherman, CEO of Gatehouse Academy, Wickenburg, AZ, 888-730-0905, announced Jacqueline Arcand was named Director of Marketing. Jacqueline has worked at Gatehouse since 2002, and has contributed in areas of communication, program development and leadership. Arcand has a degree in Biochemical Technology.
OLIVERIAN OFFERS SUMMER PROGRAM
(March 20, 2008) Barclay Mackinnon, Head of the Oliverian School, Haverhill, NY, 603-989-5100, announced the Oliverian School's 2008 summer program, available for students in grades 7-12, will focus on English, Mathematics and the Arts. For more information, contact Mike Doherty, Admissions Director at Oliverian.
ASR CITA ACCREDITED
(March 20, 2008) Frank Bartolomeo, Executive Director of the Academy at Swift River, Cummington, MA, 800-258-1770, announced Academy at Swift River has received commendations from The Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation (CITA)
PRN SUMMER "HOME FROM SCHOOL"
(March 20, 2008) Charles Elias, Founder of PRN For Families, Snowmass Village, CO, 970-923-2323, announced there are only eight openings for a customized package of services designed for families of students who need additional support over the spring break. Spaces are offered on a first come, first serve basis.
RECOGNITION TO HUTCHISON
(March 20, 2008) Robin Ducey, Principal of the Family Foundation School, Hancock, NY, 845-887-5213, announced that Bruce Hutchison, FFS forensic coach, is recipient of his first Diamond Key Coach award by the National Forensic League for attaining a total of 1,578 coaching points, or 1/10th of his students' total points. Under Mr. Hutchison's instructions, his students earned over 15,780 credit points since the forensic team was founded less than six years ago. The minimum time to earn a Diamond Key Award is five years, and most teams compete much longer before their coach qualifies for the honor.
NWGT BROCHURE AVAILABLE ONLINE
(March 20, 2008) Kristie Campbell, Assistant Director of Woodbury Reports, Inc., Bonners Ferry, ID, 208-267-5550 x 102, announced the Registration Brochure for the 3rd annual Northwest Get Together is now available online. More information can be obtained through Laura Morton at extension 107, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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