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Mothers' Club

Saluting Our Mount Men

What is Saluting Our Mount Men?

The Mount Saint Joseph Mothers’ Club created the Saluting Our Mount Men Tribute Book (SOMM) in order to give parents and friends a way to express their support, love, and recognition of our MSJ students and their accomplishments. This book recognizes all MSJ students, grades 9 through 12! Every student will receive a free copy of the 8 ½ x 11 book in the spring. The SOMM Tribute Book is a "yearbook supplement." These tribute pages are not included in the annual yearbook, which makes this book unique!

The deadline to purchase advertising is October 14, 2019. Please send your ad to MSJSalute@mudpuddlecreations.com as soon as possible after payment.

Updates will be posted on the MSJ Mothers' Club Facebook page.
For more information about Saluting Our Mount Men, please contact Bridget Hurley at 410-465-4030 or mumjoseph.somm@gmail.com.

Ad Pricing

All ads are black and white.
 
Two Page Spread 16” w x 10” h - $200
(Horizontal 2 pages across binding)

Full Page Ad 7.5” w x 10” h - $110

Half Page Ad 7.5” w x 4.75” h - $60

Quarter Page Ad 3.5” w x 4.75” h - $35

Homeroom, Team, & Club Ads *** 50% discount off Personal Ad prices! ***

Please note that at this time, the 50% discount is not available when using the online credit card payment system. Homeroom/Team/Club ads wanting the discount can send the ad and discounted check or cash payment to the MSJ Business Office with a paper order form.

Thank You Ads – Thank Parents, Grandparents, Teachers, Coaches… - $10.00

Proceeds from the SOMM Tribute Book help fund MSJ Mothers’ Club’s commitment to supporting the MSJ endowment which provides tuition assistance to students, as well as special projects that directly help MSJ’s students and school community. By giving the SOMM proceeds back to MSJ, the MSJ Mothers’ Club is able to fund items the school would not normally be able to afford. Supporting SOMM means directly supporting MSJ.

Mount Saint Joseph High School

Mount Saint Joseph is a Catholic, college preparatory school for young men sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers.