Analysts are honestly confounded by the pairing of Trinitas First Lady Janice P. Gilley with the unheard-of-before-now independent hip-hop artist self-styled as “K’ulion.” First Lady Gilley’s distinguished career in local and state government include terms on the Escambia County Commission, on the Santa Rosa Island Authority, in the governor’s office, and in the office of the president of The University. “K’ulion,” on the other hand, has twelve followers on his YouTube channel and once “rapped” Shakespeare’s Sonnet 23 “As an unperfect actor on the stage” from the loading dock behind the Saenger Theater. The Charleston establishment is prepared to scoff at the performance, but there are whispers of a breakthrough for the Charleston avant garde.
Securing the Vote - 20's style
Our dance couples can only win with your support. Buy votes $1.00 each using the online auction item associated for the couple of your choice. Can't choose? Work the spread and vote for more than one. Unlike campaign donations, these "fraudulent" purchases have no minimum. You got the cash? You can buy your candidate the election!
Please note that each vote cast is a donation to Trinitas, not just votes for the winning couple.
TRINITAS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL INC stores data...
Your support matters, so TRINITAS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL INC would like to use your information to keep in touch about things that may matter to you. If you choose to hear from TRINITAS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL INC, we may contact you in the future about our ongoing efforts.