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New Perspectives - Jun, 1993 Issue #21 

Shiloh Station Outpost
Brenda Hammond
, Director
Sandpoint, Idaho 800-654-0307
by: Linda Shaffer

Brenda Hammond, Director of Eagle Mountain Outpost, reports "We are now ready to develop the OUTPOST part of our program."

The school has leased an old Forest Service station in a remote area called Shiloh adjacent to uninhabited State land between Sandpoint and Bonners Ferry.

Once bunkhouse and main house remodeling and construction have been completed this summer, all new students will enter through Shiloh Outpost.

The Shiloh program will consist of a minimum of 30 days of "basic living" with no TV, music or telephone for 6 boys at a time with 2-3 staff.

Staff will help students start addressing the reasons each boy has come to Eagle Mountain.

The Shiloh Outpost will also be used for academic testing for new students as well as a place for struggling students to return to for re-focusing for whatever period of time is necessary.

Fall looks like the target date for official start-up.

Copyright 1993, Woodbury Reports, Inc. (This article may be reproduced without prior approval if the copyright notice and proper publication and author attribution accompanies the copy.)

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