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Images of the Casa Salama home in Bartlett

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  • Casa Salama is a residential facility in Bartlett for girls between 12 and 20 years of age with mental issues . The facility has been recast as a more family friendly place under the direction of Maryville Academy executive director Sister Catherine M. Ryan. Supervisor Shirema Dumas, standing, and Barbara Murray, top left, work with some of the girls after they return from school.

       Casa Salama is a residential facility in Bartlett for girls between 12 and 20 years of age with mental issues . The facility has been recast as a more family friendly place under the direction of Maryville Academy executive director Sister Catherine M. Ryan. Supervisor Shirema Dumas, standing, and Barbara Murray, top left, work with some of the girls after they return from school.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

 

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