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The Voice

Maggie Mays

Maggie Mays, Social Media and Public Relations

Maggie is a senior at St. Joseph’s Academy and is the social media and public relations editor for The Voice. On top of writing, Maggie also enjoys art, photography, spending time with friends and family, and online shopping. Her favorite subjects are English and history, and she is also involved in racquetball, NHS, mu alpha theta, NEHS, angel ambassadors, and bocce ball club at SJA.

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Mr. Stein next to some portraits drawn by his engineering class

Waving Goodbye to One of Our Favorite Teachers

Maggie Mays, Social Media and Public Relations
March 10, 2022
The annual auction took place this year on February 26.  It was an in-person event this year, but there was a virtual option for those who cannot attend (such as out-of -town alumni) or are uncomfortable attending in person. Those who have helped organize the event were excited to announce an in person availability after a fully virtual auction last year. 
The auction committee had an exciting array of items that were a huge hit, including:
Tickets to Justin Bieber along with a spray tan, a sushi delivery, and an Uber gift card
The classic “Pick Your Own Parking Spot at SJA”- with preference of parking space in the back by locker room, chorus doors or out front
Colorful, roomy Consuela Grab Bags which are ideal for the students as well as their mothers. Not to mention, a perfect fit for Spring Break.
A mini goldendoodle (Jade) and a yellow lab (Ivy). 
Ms. Gina Hayes, Auction Manager at St. Joe, and has been one of the lead organizers in rounding up the unique auction items that were up for bid this year.
“One of the things I am most looking forward to is that we are having a Jewelry Heist this year at the auction. Its a new idea. We have beautiful earrings, bracelets, necklaces and designer watches that were donated. Each person who purchases a box will receive a piece of jewelry worth between $100-$1000. I hope its a successful addition to the auction!” Ms. Hayes said before the auction took place.
Nora Minton, Events and Sponsorship Coordinator at St. Joe, helps with the annual auction each year as well. 
“I love helping with the auction each year because our St. Joe community never fails to show support to our Angels,” Mrs. Minton said.
“An Evening with the Angels” was no doubt an evening to remember with all of the hard work and dedication the Auction team put into it, and the generosity and support of our SJA community.

Making Money for the Angels

Maggie Mays, Senior Staff Writer
March 1, 2022
Five SJA girls fighting for justice at the Catholic Girls Schools Conference!
Adrienne Ward (Senior), Jasmine Saliba (Senior), Katie Wilke (Senior), Sahiti Mumgandhi (Senior) and Olivia OMalley (Senior).

Uniting for Justice

Maggie Mays, Senior Staff Writer
November 15, 2021
Class of 2022 working on their college check list in college advising

Reviewing your College Checklist

Maggie Mays, Senior Staff Writer
October 21, 2021
Seniors Caroline Mentel and Lizzie Hickman prepare to scare at senior haunted hallway.

Scaring St. Joe with Senior Hallway

Maggie Mays, Public Relations Editor
December 8, 2020
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