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Pittsburgh Penguins Game Tickets for Four

Donated by Wampum Hardware

Leave Hockey Valley behind for the night and enjoy a game on the ice at PPG Paints Arena. See the Pittsburgh Penguins take on the Ottawa Senators on Friday, February 1st. Game time is 7:00 p.m. and seats are in Loge 1 Row B.

Maine Bay and Berry Dinner

Donated by Maine Bay and Berry

Throw and incredible 5 course dinner for 8 without lifting a finger.  Maine Bay and Berry, in partnership with a local chef, will make you and your guests an incredible meal using the freshest seafood from Maine.  Date must be mutually agreed upon.

Scott Mangene Private Party Live Music

Donated by Scott Mangene and Pizza Mia

Impress your guests at your next party with this dinner and music package. Enjoy a delicious dinner from Pizza Mia for 20 people, paired with the musical talents of Scott Mangene.

Your guests will enjoy Scott Mangene’s diverse genre of songs and styles and an amazing dinner. Perfect for graduation, celebrations, family events or just summer fun. Dates must be available for Scott and a weeks notice is needed to schedule the dinner.

In his own words, “I have been in love with music my whole life. It’s howI express my true self the best. I was a classically trained vocalist as a child and grew up in choirs and music theatre. I have been playing professionally in town since 1993 in all sorts of different acts and styles from rock n roll, folk, country, and probably everything in between.

Make your next event special with this party package and live music by Scott Mangene!

Diamond Pendant

Donated by Confer’s Jewelers

A statement piece that is perfectly understated! This rose and white gold diamond pendant has 19 diamonds with a total carat weight of .46 and hangs on a 14k rose gold chain.

You won’t find a more perfect gift this holiday season for yourself or for a loved one.

Dinner for Eight in Your Home

Donated by Father John Gibbons

Enjoy an incredible dinner for eight, cooked in your home, by Father John Gibbons. The winner will have the choice of two menu options and will work with Father John on a mutually agreeable date.

Menu Option 1
Appetizers
Caesar Salad
Beef Tenderloin
Asparagus with Lump Crab Meat Sauce
Roasted Potatoes
Pie and PSU Creamery Ice Cream

Menu Option 2
Appetizers
Caesar Salad
Rack of Lamb with mint jelly
Roasted potatoes
Steamed seasonal Vegetables
Pie or Cake and PSU Creamery Ice Cream

One Week Stay in Martha’s Vineyard

Donated by Christopher and Kathleen Hulburt

Winnetu Oceanside Resort

Mattakesset Unit A-2 | Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard

Available dates (*One week runs Thursday to following Thursday)
Available dates are: May 9 – 16, 2019
May 30 – June 6, 2019
September 26 – October 3, 2019
October 3 – October 10, 2019

About the Resort:
The Winnetu Oceanside Resort is located where everyone visiting Martha’s Vineyard wants to be… at South Beach in Edgartown. “The Vineyard” is New England’s largest island – consisting of six towns with plenty to do – everything from shopping to dining to spectacular beaches, bicycle paths and sightseeing activities. For more information on the resort and the Vineyard visit www.winnetu.com

About Townhome Unit A-2:
This newly renovated townhome offers a master bedroom, guest room with three twin beds and a loft that can sleep two. It also has a pleasant deck and a convenient private outside shower. Just steps away from the front door, is the bike path that takes you directly to South Beach or downtown Edgartown.

If you have any questions or want to reserve your trip dates, please contact Kathleen or Christopher Hulburt at 814-308-8669 or kathulburt@yahoo.com

**This unit is in a rental pool. To ensure you reserve the dates you want, please contact us no later than February 15, 2018.

 Diamond Cross Necklace

Donated by Kranich’s Jewelers

A perfect gift of faith for someone special in your life. This 18kt. white gold diamond cross with a Diamond Weight 0.42 ct is sure to make someone’s holiday sparkle.

Join us for Back to School Night

Mark your calendar for Saint Joe’s Back to School Night, which will be held at the school on September 13 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Attendees will receive a tour of the school, meet the teachers, learn about upcoming events, and learn about other opportunities to get involved.

Saint Joe’s invites all students, parents, and other members of the Saint Joe’s community to attend. Hope to see you there!

Celebrating our Faith: Weekly Mass Schedule Implemented for 2018-19

“Go from this community and begin to change this world.” Father Jonathan Dickson offered this inspirational advice at our first All-School Mass, reminding us that what students learn at Saint Joe’s is bigger than report cards or even college applications. As Catholics, we are called to use our knowledge and talents for the benefit of others and to improve our communities and our world.

Beginning this school year, students will celebrate Mass weekly on Thursdays.

“As a Catholic school, our faith is our unique and defining characteristic,” said Head of School Jennifer Mallett. “Celebrating Mass not only celebrates our uniqueness as a Catholic school, it also gives students and faculty an opportunity to make personal reflections and deepen their own faith. I’m excited to make this change.”

Parents and families are welcome to join us for All-School Mass every Thursday at 9a.m. in the Student Life Center.

Family Feature: The Mangenes

Four Pillars Serve as Lifelong Foundation: The Mangene Family Feels Blessed to be Part of the Saint Joe’s Community

When exploring high school options, Jack and Maggie Mangene saw a unique opportunity at Saint Joe’s to get a personalized education and grow their faith. Fortunately, both have received financial aid, which helped make their education at Saint Joe’s possible.

Jack and Maggie’s parents, Scott and Dani, are grateful for the opportunities that Saint Joe’s affords, such as smaller class sizes, service opportunities, and faith development. The added value makes every dollar they’re spending on Saint Joe’s worth it.

“People are willing to pay for things that are important to them,” Dani says. “My children value the resources that our family devotes to their education. They are hard-working and appreciate all that Saint Joe’s can offer them.”

The education Jack and Maggie are receiving is a natural extension of their faith-based upbringing and has helped them build a strong foundation for life after high school.

“Our family believes that faith is the cornerstone of a healthy life,” Dani says, noting that Saint Joseph’s allows any child to attend, regardless of their faith, while still promoting a healthy Catholic faith.

The four pillars (faith, scholarship, leadership, and service) have also been critical to Jack and Maggie’s development.

“I believe that the four pillars, which are introduced to students on day one, will help my children to succeed in life,” Dani says. “The pillars have taught my children to learn from failure and treat it as an opportunity for growth.”

Dani isn’t shy when it comes to sharing her appreciation of Saint Joe’s and is quick to recommend it to other families.

She encourages parents to take a tour, ask lots of questions, and, most importantly, to let their child(ren) chose which school is best for them.

“Our family is so pleased with Saint Joe’s,” she says. “I can’t say enough about how this school has blessed us.”

Q&A with Jack and Maggie Mangene

Q: What is your favorite thing about attending Saint Joe’s?

Maggie: I can play multiple sports and receive an education designed for me.Jack: How friendly and open the teachers are.

Q: What does receiving a Catholic education mean to you?

Maggie: The theology teachers are very open to any questions.

Jack: The opportunity to speak freely about my faith.

Q: What activities do you participate in?

Maggie: volleyball, basketball, a cappella, musical, and service club

Jack: baseball, basketball, golf, a cappella, musical, and music club

Q: What are your future aspirations?

Maggie: I would like to attend trade school. I also hope to play softball in college, and, as of right now, I would like to stay in the State College area long term.

Jack: I’d like to attend a four-year university to earn a degree in physical therapy and play golf while there.

Q: What advice do you have for future Saint Joe’s students?

Maggie: Keep an open mind.

Jack: Take advantage of the opportunities given to you.