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Parents' Club

The Mount de Sales Parents’ Club organizes several beautiful events throughout the year. We strive to continue our many long-lasting, cherished traditions but can only do so with the support of our dedicated volunteers. Please consider lending a hand with one or more of our activities. Even just a few hours can make a huge difference and are greatly appreciated! In many cases, your daughters can also earn service hours when they volunteer with you. For more details, please read the descriptions below of the volunteer needs for each event. Once you decide which event(s) appeals to you, sign up!
Volunteer names will be forwarded to the listed committee chairperson(s) who will contact you as the event approaches.

Any questions, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Kim Dignan at

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    Mrs. Kim Dignan 

    Development and Volunteer Coordinator

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  • Hospitality (throughout the year)

    Bake/prepare refreshments/meals for Freshman Parent Orientation, Freshman/Sophomore Parent Social, Back-to-School Night, Teachers’ Dinner/Conference Day, Catholic Schools Week meal, and monthly Parents’ Club socials. Help set-up/decorate, serve, and clean-up.
    POC: Kim Dignan,; 443.996.4060
  • Restaurant Night (throughout the year)

    Grab some carry out or eat-in at some of the girls’ favorite restaurants—while supporting this crucial Parents’ Club fundraiser.

    Joyce Conley,; 443.223.0692
  • Sunshine Club (throughout the year/during the school day)

    Show our Sailors love and support as you surprise them with a yummy treat...just because! No baking necessary—treats will already be purchased by our wonderful chairperson.

    Danielle Remesch,; 410.491.8423
  • Parking Posse (throughout the year)

    Keep our MDSA family safe while directing traffic/parking cars at our major MDSA events. Shifts are typically 2-3 hours long. Volunteers receive the coolest shirt and are considered rock stars around campus!

    Ed Gunther,, 443.280.3095
  • Fall Clean Up (11/04/2023)

    Spruce up our campus the day before Open House! (rake, bag leaves, pick up trash, edge, trim trees/bushes, power wash the piazza, trim vines/undergrowth in the back of school, clean windows, polish brass in the Chapel, dust pews, plant mums, paint, whatever is needed to make MDSA look beautiful for the following day)

    POC: Star Gaigler,; 443.564.6487
  • Christmas Bazaar / Spaghetti Dinner (12/03/2023)

    Check back for more Christmas volunteer opportunities.

    Overall Event Chair:
    Kim Dignan,; 443.996.4060
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  • Bag Bingo (01/20/2024)

    Lend a hand in organizing a crucial fundraiser to benefit our Prom and other MDSA traditions! Set up online ticket sales; have fun shopping for designer bags, create the bingo program, organize/bake for the concession stand, put together awesome raffle baskets; help the day of—work at the check-in table, sell raffles, sell extra bingo tickets, work at the concession stand, call back bingos, and lots more!

    POC: Mary Luedtke,; 240.460.4150

  • Father-Daughter Senior Class Dinner (03/02/2024)

    Organize and manage catering, beverages, the DJ, invitations, RSVPs, the slide show, photographer, publicity, decorations, flowers, and games. Help is needed the day before –to set up for dinner/decorate; on the day of, be ready to finish decorating, help to serve the dinner to our seniors and their dads, lend a hand as needed throughout the dance, and finally help our Dads With Grads with the clean-up

     Lisa Marr,; 410.960.2742
  • Communion Breakfast (03/17/2024)

    Please help us to welcome our newest Sailors--the Class of 2028! We will start our Sunday together with Mass in our beautiful chapel and then enjoy a delicious breakfast in the cafeteria/Music Hall. Help will be needed the day before to prep food and to decorate. Volunteers will also be needed on the day of bright and  early to prep, serve, and then clean up.

    POC: Breakfast Co-chairs: Josh Knapp,; 202.528.9470
    Meg Knapp,; 410.241.3530

    Mass Portion: TBD
  • Prom (04/19/2024)

    Help to make Prom Night an evening to remember! Contact/schedule food & entertainment vendors, solicit gifts for giveaway prizes, wrap gift baskets, decorate and chaperone the day of.

    Jessica Nelson,; 443.857.8997
    Helene Sullivan,; 410.262.5544
  • Mother-Daughter Senior Tea (04/26/2024)

    Help to create a memorable, authentic Tea Party for our seniors and their moms! Prep on Thursday afternoon/evening (set up tables and chairs, decorate, arrange flowers, make food); Finish decorating Friday morning, prep the food, serve, and clean up)

    Gina Moore,; 410.299.6536
    Amy Reytar,; 240.281.4867
  • Golf Tournament (05/06/2024)

    Invite MDSA family and friends to golf!; solicit sponsorships and/or gifts for door prizes; shop for golfers’ party favors, create golf program; on the day of, help with registration, sell raffles & 50/50’s, run games on various holes

    Kim Dignan,; 443.996.4060
    Rob West,; 480.751.7477
  • Support Our Sailors Raffle (early 2024)

    Purchase a raffle and encourage other family and friends to do the same!  Limit of 750 raffles sold at $50/each.  Take a chance to win $10,000 tuition remission!!!
     POCKim Dignan,; 443.996.4060
  • Spring Clean-Up (05/18/2024)

    Prepare our campus for Graduation!!! Clean up trash, edge, trim, power wash, clean windows, paint, polish brass in Chapel and dust pews, plant flowers, whatever is needed to make MDSA beautiful for that Special Saturday at MDSA

    POC: Star Gaigler,; 443.564.6487
  • Baccalaureate Reception (05/23/2024)

    Be a part of this extra special evening for our seniors and their parents. Set up/decorate the piazza (set up tables with linens and candles, arrange flowers, blow up balloons, food prep, etc.) during the afternoon and then serve and clean up that evening. Help needed the day before to prep food.

    POC: Jenna Ray,; 240.688.6695
  • St. Elizabeth of Hungary Scholarship (05/2024)

    Be a part of an awesome scholarship committee that will work together in April to review scholarship applications (from our seniors) and choose three deserving recipients (based on service). The committee also meets in the fall to review/revise the previous year’s application.

    : Laura Miller,; 410.960.1348

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