Watts answers call to serve country
When Dundee native Jamorris Watts graduated from Rosa Fort High School in 2007, he knew his dreams of attending college rested squarely on his shoulders.
But despite facing financial difficulties in achieving his dreams, he knew not doing so could have dire consequences on his life.
“I grew up in a home where discipline and motivation were not demonstrated on a regular basis,” explained Watts. “I have three brothers who have been incarcerated for crimes – two for murder and another for armed robbery.”
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