The New Youth Lounge Has Gotten Some Use!
Fun In The Kitchen
aWonderful Opportunities For Collaboration
Sixty-three dogs packed up their toys, hopped onboard the new PAART Landplane and headed north from Tennessee to Pittsburgh on a journey from danger to safety! The mission was sponsored and done in honor of the 4th grade class at Adat Shalom Pittsburgh. The students raised money to sponsor their very own rescue mission. We are thrilled to have the support of the entire class. Well done kids, well done.
PAART Land Pilot Captain Christina McCool Colantoni and her co-captain and daughter Kelsie Seybert left Pittsburgh on Monday morning, rested up in a hotel, loaded the baby four-leggers early Tuesday and headed back to Pittsburgh! Christina reports there was a lot of puppy breath in the air. She and Kelsie got lots of kisses of thanks for giving these puppies a lift to a wonderful life! Happy trails little puppies!
This year’s closing ceremonies were bitter sweet. While we acknowledged our students for their year of learning and our teachers for their year of teaching and dedication, we also said goodbye to Gail Schmitt after ten years as our Religious School Director. Gail is retiring from her position as Religious School Director so that she can have more time with her growing family. While we will miss her warmth, patience and laughter, we wish her well on the next chapter. Luckily we will still be able to see her from time to time as she stays on as the Director of Adat Shalom Preschool.