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K’lah’s Campaign

by K’lah Morgan

Supporting: March for the Arts 2019 for Duke Ellington School of the Arts Project

My Team: Third Years

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As of May 2019, 94% of Americans have graduated from high school (USNews). This means that for every 100 people in America, 94 of them understand that junior year is the hardest year of high school. On August 27th of 2019, I found myself signing up to participate in the hardest year of my high school career. My apologies for throwing around all the data and analogies, but I promise this is the last one: it takes a village to raise a child. Can we all assume that everyone that comes to this campaign and reads this story is a part of MY village? What do you mean I can’t have a village? I am only 16, meaning I am not 18 years old, meaning I am STILL a child. Anywho, all I ask from you, reading this story, is you do what you you can to support me in this supposedly difficult year. Donations to my campaign will go toward master classes, supplies, field trips, and several other vital parts of making my junior year in the DESA theatre department the best...ever...in life. If you are unable to donate at this time, please share to the other members of K’lah Morgan’s village.


Lots of love, 

Head Villager

March for the Arts, formerly the Walk of Fame, is the

Duke Ellington School of the Arts annual Theatre

Fundraiser.



TO SUPPORT YOUNG THEATRE ARTISTS ON THE MOVE

DONATE TODAY!

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CELEBRATE WITH US ON OCTOBER 26 AT OUR ANNUAL

MARCH FOR THE ARTS FESTIVAL

ALL ARE WELCOME!

Georgetown’s history of mystery doesn’t deter counselors from setting up Camp Ellington at the historic Duke Ellington School of the Arts campus. All of the superstitious locals warn against it, but the young counselors pay little heed to the old timers. Campers try to enjoy activities like moon bounces, sack races, camp stories, delicious food and costume contests*, but mysteriously they keep disappearing. “Who will survive and what will be left of them?”


Come join the fun and help solve the mystery at Camp Ellington on Saturday, October 26th from 10-1pm. Guests will participate in an arts festival and March through Georgetown with performances and events from classic horror films. “Be afraid. Be very afraid.” Fun for the whole family! We’re celebrating and “evil loves to party!”


*Come dressed in costume to enter our costume contest! Extra points given to entries dressed as their favorite horror film character.


Mark your calendar!

March for the Arts

Saturday, October 26, 2019 


10 am – 1 pm


Duke Ellington School of the Arts

3500 R Street, NW, DC

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