Support Alivia Morton’s (AJ) journey to success at Duke Ellington School of The Arts

by Alivia (AJ) Morton

Supporting: March for the Arts 2020 for Duke Ellington School of the Arts Project

My Team: 1st Years


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Hello Family and Friends 

As you know I have started my lifelong dream of attending Duke Ellington school of the arts. I was accepted into the theater department this year. This opportunity will allow me to display my many talents that I’ve been blessed with. I will now have the opportunity to show my passion for acting, dancing and singing. I am an outgoing, loving, respectful and intelligent young lady. Ever since I was five years old I’ve been looking forward to the opportunity to share my talents. I have maintained a 4.0 grade point average throughout all my years of school. I am currently a freshman taking college prep courses, enrolled into the theater department at Duke Ellington and in need of your assistance.

We have been tasked to raise money to attend broadway shows and to meet several actors and actresses that has started out just like me. I have shared this liking with you and hope that you can contribute and help me reach my goal of $1000. If you’re receiving this link, I consider you family and/or a friend and would like to thank you in advance for being that. Well if the truth be told, you might even be a friend of my mom, dad, brother or my uncles, even still I appreciate you.

Alivia a.k.a AJ

“Where there is a will, there is a way. If there is a chance in a million that you can do something, anything, to keep what you want to do from ending, do it. Pry the door open or,  if need be,  wedge your foot in that door and KEEP IT OPEN”.

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