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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-09-12

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Adat Shalom Scouts
Celebrate 10 Years

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opportunity as they build a sukkah for
the residents at a JARC home, followed
by a cook-out at Adat Shalom to kick-
off the new Scouting year.

• Saturday, Sept. 15, 11 a.m. will
be an "all hands on deck" volunteer

• Saturday, Sept. 21, both the Boy
and Girl Scouts will meet for Havdalah
at Adat Shalom, followed by an over-
night camp-out in the sukkah.
Committed to providing high-qual-
ity opportunities for service, learning
and fun to boys and girls in grades
1-12, the Jewish Boy and Girl Scout
troops meet weekly on Sunday after-
noons. They are led by volunteers; all
events are observant of Sabbath and
dietary laws. For information, contact
Louis Sugarman, acting Scoutmaster,
at (248) 376-4329.

eptember marks the 10th
anniversary of the found-
ing of Boy Scout Troop 364,
based at Adat Shalom Synagogue
in Farmington Hills. To celebrate, the
boys (along with their little brothers in
Cub Scout Troop 613 and their sisters
in Girl Scout Troop 71613) have set a
goal of bringing 50 new families into
Along with publicity efforts occur-
ring in Hebrew school classrooms
throughout Metro Detroit, the Scouts
and their families have lined up an
exciting array of events to attract
potential new members:

Shallal Retires As Head Of Kadima


fter more than 20 years of
dedicated service, Janette
Shallal has retired from
her position as executive director
of Southfield-based Kadima, a non-
profit, nonsectar-
ian mental health
agency that pro-
vides residential
and support ser-
vices for children
and adults with
mental illness in
Oakland County.
Kadima was in
its infancy at the
onset of Shallal's tenure as head of the
agency. Through her tireless efforts
to ensure that Kadima remained
steadfast in its efforts to maximize
clients' independence and promote
reintegration into the community, she


has grown Kadima into a thriving,
professional and caring agency serv-
ing more than 200 clients diagnosed
with serious mental illness.
Under Shallal's direction, Kadima
developed leading-edge services
that have deeply enhanced the lives
of its clients. In addition, under her
leadership, Kadima expanded its
housing services from a single home
to 27 homes, where today clients live
throughout the community.
As Shallal steps away from her role
as executive director, she plans to
help ensure the fiscal well-being of
Kadima through ongoing fundrais-
ing efforts. An event will be planned
where the community will have an
opportunity to honor Shallal for
her outstanding efforts on behalf of
adults and children with chronic and
persistent mental illness.

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September 12 • 2013


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