Sisters Amy Fayard Haygood, left, and Tanya Fayard Malley were adopted by Norvin and Anna Bell Fayard, after being placed as infants at the Harrison County Emergency Children's Shelter. Haygood is glad she will have the chance to show her gratitude when she volunteers at the shelter through A Gift of Time, a program she coordinates for her employer, Trustmark.
Sisters Amy Fayard Haygood, left, and Tanya Fayard Malley were adopted by Norvin and Anna Bell Fayard, after being placed as infants at the Harrison County Emergency Children's Shelter. Haygood is glad she will have the chance to show her gratitude when she volunteers at the shelter through A Gift of Time, a program she coordinates for her employer, Trustmark. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Sisters Amy Fayard Haygood, left, and Tanya Fayard Malley were adopted by Norvin and Anna Bell Fayard, after being placed as infants at the Harrison County Emergency Children's Shelter. Haygood is glad she will have the chance to show her gratitude when she volunteers at the shelter through A Gift of Time, a program she coordinates for her employer, Trustmark. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

A Bay St. Louis mom of 7 said she was going shopping. Her family grew by 2 on the trip.

May 17, 2018 03:24 PM