MMA's National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is a service club in which the student members use their creative talents in service of others. NAHS also celebrates art scholarship and character. For the past 14 years, NAHS has participated in the Memory Project, a non-profit for which students create portraits from photos of children who are disadvantaged, orphaned, or as with the past two years, Syrian refugees. These portraits are delivered to the children by the Memory Project. To fund this project, NAHS members host an art sale of donated art. They gather a variety of artworks, calligraphic greeting cards and framed inspirational quotes and other home decor for this silent auction held before Mother's Day. In preparation for this sale, junior Olivia Hawley, a skilled member, held a workshop to teach calligraphy to the other students, during co-curricular period.