Christmas Comes Early for Campers


While some are fortunate enough to sit at home by the fire during low temperatures, others are left out in the cold with no place to go.
Volunteers with Shepherd of the Gulf spent today delivering winter necessities to the Gulf Coast homeless community. News 25’s Kendra Turley introduces us to Henrietta Sandford and her two daughters, a family who has made this a holiday tradition.

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Kendra Turley was born and raised in Houston, Texas. She received a B.A. degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Business from Louisiana State University. During her time at LSU, Kendra worked for the campus television station (Tiger TV) all four years as a news reporter, entertainment reporter, and entertainment anchor. In addition, she was involved in many student organizations and participated in several pageants. Kendra gained most of her reporting skills while interning with WBRZ and WAFB in Baton Rouge. She is excited to extend her stay in the south by starting her career in Gulfport-Biloxi. When she is not in the newsroom, you can find Kendra with her family, traveling with friends, cheering on the Tigers or exploring new activities in the area.