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Everyone knows Junior Jill Nolan, always smiling and offering a friendly greeting to her peers. Make sure to read all about her below!

By: Halle Nelson, Reporter

Q:    What activities are you involved in at school?

A:    Theatre, and there is no time for anything else, except for liturgical planning.

Q:    How long have you been involved in liturgical planning, and how has it affected you?

A:    Well, about 7 months now. It’s made me have a better appreciation for the Mass…. I enjoy being able to have even just a small part in planning the Mass so we can celebrate as a community.

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Junior of the Month, Jill Nolan, hanging with Butterscotch. They’re just ‘kidding’ around! Photo by: Halle Nelson

Q:     What is your favorite “behind the scenes” story about theatre?

A:    While rehearsing Here on Who for Seussical, Sarah Bryant stepped on my (injured) foot right after I was cleared to dance again, but it was okay because it was during the part in the song where we were supposed to be sad anyway.

Q:     What is your favorite class and why?

A:     Either History or Religion. I love learning a lot about my faith and history about my country.

Q:     What is your best Pius memory?

A:     Well it is Pius… #NoFunAllowed… Just kidding, probably when Bonello lets us have parties.

Q:     If you wrote an autobiography, what would the title be and what would it be about?

A:     Title: You Can Catch Me, I’m the Ginger. It would be about my life. #BestSeller.

Q:     What’s your life motto?

A:     God First. Then Family. Then Education.

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Jill Nolan, with her junior pals Juniors Macy Drumright and Ross Liberto. After her performance as a Who in Suessical. Photo by: Mrs. Chappell

Q:     What kinds of things do you do in your leisure?

A:     I babysit and volunteer at St. Pat’s.

Q:     What is the coolest thing about you?

A:      Everything, but I’d say especially the fact that     I’m open-minded.

 

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