If you’ve spent any time on the hike and bike trail along Lady Bird Lake, you’ve probably seen her: a dark-haired 9-year-old girl walking. And walking and walking and walking.
Crosby Grace Kelly, who’ll start fourth grade this fall, is walking to raise money for and awareness of elephants killed for their ivory. It started when she overheard a conversation between her mom, Amy Kelly, and Rosie Plaia, CEO of the Different Rhythm Foundation that “promotes a positive-healing relationship between man and nature.”
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