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Seen 'n Heard - Feb, 1992 Issue (page 3).

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RMA Counselor, Vicki Jones Returns After One Year Sabbatical
Vicki Jones, a counselor at Rocky Mountain Academy, has returned to the Academy after a one year sabbatical touring Asia and New Zealand with her husband Chuck. Randy Eide and Caroline Wolf took a six-week traveling sabbatical touring the U.S. during September and October. Changes that have occurred at RMA consist of combining the Voyager and Discovery families, the first two families, into the one Voyager family with Brett Carey as family head, Caroline Wolf taking over as New Horizons family head, and Mary Weber-Quinn as the academic director.

Mike Musiker & Associates Names New Associate
Mike Musiker and Associates of Roslyn Village, New York announced Frank Harrington has been named a new associate. Harrington had been Assistant to the Headmaster at the Gow School in New York, and Director of Admissions at Portledge School also in New York.

Tyler Ranch Progressing in Its Goal
Jon Tyler of Tyler Ranch in Spokane, Washington reports he has been getting some private pay students and slowly is progressing in his goal of converting to a private pay program.

John Dewey Has Openings for Girls
Tom Bratter, of John Dewey Academy, tells me he needs to enroll some girls soon to keep the balance in his student body. At 32 students as of early January, he has several places open for girls.

Marvin Carter Leaves Utah Boys Ranch
Marvin Carter has left Utah Boys Ranch as Marketing Director and is now the Marketing Director for Utah Alcoholism Foundation.

Wilderness Conquest Starts Their Trips Again
Larry & Karen Wells of Wilderness Conquest in Utah have decided to start their trips up again. The next expedition will start on March 16. They are developing some changes so are planning fewer adolescent programs this year while the changes are taking place. Watch future issues of REPORTS for a review of those changes. One thing they will be doing is "offering an 8-day, fresh air 12 step adult wilderness program which will basically be a 'mini' trip with opportunities to work on steps 1 through 4, communication skills, experience 'survival' in the desert, climbing, hiking, solos, and visiting remote Ancient Anasazi ruins May 2-9th."

Eagle Mountain Outpost Ranch School Reports Donation
Bob Green, Admissions for Eagle Mountain Outpost Ranch School in North Idaho reports an $8,000 donation to complete an athletic field. This follows the $3,000 donation last year to pull stumps, cut trees, and level the field off. They also have just recently (as of early December) painted "just about everything," and were putting new carpets in the upstairs dorm. He says they still have the blueprint for the new school building and "Things could not look better!"

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