Elizabeth Smart, left, is greeted by Mikell  Baldwin, right, as Kim Duke-Clark and Katie Grindle look on during a  reception before Smart's appearance at a rally on Friday evening hosted  by the Child Abuse Prevention Association. Smart, who overcame being  kidnapped from her Utah home in 2002 to become an advocate for children,  was the keynote speaker at CAPA's "Step Up For Kids" gathering at  Bluffton High School's Performing Arts Center.
Elizabeth Smart, left, is greeted by Mikell Baldwin, right, as Kim Duke-Clark and Katie Grindle look on during a reception before Smart's appearance at a rally on Friday evening hosted by the Child Abuse Prevention Association. Smart, who overcame being kidnapped from her Utah home in 2002 to become an advocate for children, was the keynote speaker at CAPA's "Step Up For Kids" gathering at Bluffton High School's Performing Arts Center. Jay Karr, the Island Packet
Elizabeth Smart, left, is greeted by Mikell Baldwin, right, as Kim Duke-Clark and Katie Grindle look on during a reception before Smart's appearance at a rally on Friday evening hosted by the Child Abuse Prevention Association. Smart, who overcame being kidnapped from her Utah home in 2002 to become an advocate for children, was the keynote speaker at CAPA's "Step Up For Kids" gathering at Bluffton High School's Performing Arts Center. Jay Karr, the Island Packet

From abuse victim to advocate: Elizabeth Smart speaks at Bluffton High

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