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Dan Dalton appointed to the Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Oakland and Macomb Counties

Congratulations to Dan Dalton, who was recently appointed to the Board of Directors to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Oakland and Macomb Counties.

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Oakland and Macomb County serves over 2700 club members age six through eighteen through locations in Oakland and Macomb counties. The goal of the Club is to inspire and enable all young people to realize their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. Open after school during the school year and during the day during the summer months, the Club provides the perfect destination for kids of single and working parents. The Clubs offer programs in 3 core areas including: (a) Academic Success (b) Healthy Life Skills, and (c) Character & Leadership Development.

The Clubs are led by a team of full-time and part-time professionals and supported by a 36-member Board of Trustees comprised of business and community leaders. Over 120 volunteers support the Club annually.

Named one of the top land use and zoning attorneys in the United States by Martindale Hubble and a top 25 attorney in the State of Michigan, Daniel P. Dalton focuses his practice on commercial litigation with an emphasis on banking, business and land use and zoning law, including cases under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (also known as RLUIPA). Dan is a frequent author; lecturer and considered a leading litigator on behalf of religious entities concerning with religious land use. He is frequently called upon to advise corporations when involved with significant litigation matters. Dan has been quoted by numerous publications across the country, including Christianity Today, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Detroit Free Press, Detroit News and Crain’s Detroit Business.

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