Posted July 5, 2012 by Megan Rondeau
From upstate New York all the way out to Southern California, singer/songwriter Stacy Clark turned small-town coffee shop gigs into touring with bands like Jack’s Mannequin and hearing her songs featured on hit shows like One Tree Hill and Make It or Break It.
After learning from peta2 about how elephants are beaten and abused in order to perform in the circus, Stacy used that same determination to turn her love for the majestic animals into direct action to help them. By protesting, spreading the word to friends and local community members, and voicing her opinion to the City Council, Stacy helped win a major victory and put a stop to elephant rides at the Santa Ana Zoo. And her love for animals doesn’t stop there! From animal adoption to cruelty-free shopping, Stacy is armed (with knowledge) and ready to raise her voice.
If you’re ready to get active for animals, check out the peta2 Street Team for all the tools you’ll need to get started and follow Stacy on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date on her latest music news.
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I'm 15 years old. I love to juggle, bowl, do stage crew, play the piano, and run. I also love to help people out, and give back to the community as much as I can. I am part of a juggling organization that teaches children with disabilities, cancers, and those who are blind how to juggle. I volunteer at an animal shelter in Princeton. I am currently a sophomore in high school right now. Extracurricular activities that I do are: Winter/Spring Track, Stage Crew, and Cross Country. I have a pet dog, his name is Dash, and he is a long-haired Dachshund.