Ken'nisha Demus, left, and Arereian Begley walked on the Legacy Trail on Monday. They usually walk 6 to 8 miles. The city recently allocated money to complete the trail from downtown to the Kentucky Horse Park.
Ken'nisha Demus, left, and Arereian Begley walked on the Legacy Trail on Monday. They usually walk 6 to 8 miles. The city recently allocated money to complete the trail from downtown to the Kentucky Horse Park. Herald-Leader
Ken'nisha Demus, left, and Arereian Begley walked on the Legacy Trail on Monday. They usually walk 6 to 8 miles. The city recently allocated money to complete the trail from downtown to the Kentucky Horse Park. Herald-Leader

Walk the walk, build the trails

October 17, 2013 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 16, 2013 07:27 PM

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