COPPERAS COVE — He may be mighty young, but already Jr. Mr. Rabbit Fest Keli’i Natividad, 7, has a big heart.

Since his father is a veteran, Keli’i decided he wanted to do something to help out veterans and asked to do a drive on behalf of Operation Stand Down-Central Texas to raise much-needed items and money to help homeless veterans. And with the help of his Rabbit Fest royalty family, the young man set up shop in front of Wal-Mart on Feb. 18 to do just that.

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