Ted Hearn, right, a coordinator at the Salvation Army cold weather shelter in Gulfport, works with Ieshia Smith, left, and Ryheen Brown. The college students said they saw on Facebook that shelter volunteers were needed.
Ted Hearn, right, a coordinator at the Salvation Army cold weather shelter in Gulfport, works with Ieshia Smith, left, and Ryheen Brown. The college students said they saw on Facebook that shelter volunteers were needed. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com
Ted Hearn, right, a coordinator at the Salvation Army cold weather shelter in Gulfport, works with Ieshia Smith, left, and Ryheen Brown. The college students said they saw on Facebook that shelter volunteers were needed. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com

Sound Off for July 11: Thanks for the inspiration of Ted Hearn

July 11, 2017 5:36 AM

More Videos

  • Superintendent cuts interview short when asked about pulling 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

    Sun Herald reporter Karen Nelson questions Biloxi School District Superintendent Arthur McMillan about the decision to pull "To Kill a Mockingbird."