Photos: No tricks, all treats at Children’s Halloween celebration
Published on Thursday, November 1, 2018
"101 Dalmatians" was the theme for the PICU care team.
Pediatric resident Dr. Kevin Zhang shows some of the Halloween treats on the fifth floor of Batson Children's Hospital.
Chief of pediatric critical care Dr. Jarrod Knudson, dressed as Capt. Jack Sparrow, consults with Cruella De Vil, aka PICU nurse manager Shelly Ivers Craft.
Express Employment Professionals donated elaborately decorated pumpkins for Batson Children's Hospital's Halloween party.
Oscar the Grouch was among the decorated pumpkins donated by Express Employment Professionals to the Batson Halloween party Wednesday.
Humpty Dumpty was a pumpkin in this display, donated by Express Employment Professionals.
Batson Children's Hospital patient Khloe Creel of Ridgeland pets Honey, a therapy dog who is dressed as a lion for the hospital's Halloween party Wednesday.
Batson Children's Hospital patient Jayceston Harris of Waynesboro pets therapy dog Ollie, held by owner Cynthia Jones of Brandon.
Batson Children's Hospital patient Jayceston Harris of Waynesboro enjoyed Halloween toys during a party at the hospital's Rainbow Garden Wednesday.
The hospital school at Batson has some "Incredible" teachers.
From left, pharmacy resident Lauren Pohren and pharmacy students Mallory Pullman and Anna Wright give Halloween candy to Chaney Hale of Canton.
Batson Children's Hospital patient Cullen Thomas of Madison picks out Halloween treats from costumed pharmacy residents and students.
Rex the dinosaur, Jessie and Woody, all from the movie "Toy Story," manned pediatric radiology Oct. 31.
Capt. Jack Sparrow checked on patients at the PICU while Cruella De Vil and her Dalmatians cared for children on the first and fifth floors during Halloween fun Oct. 31 at Children's Hospital. The celebration included "reverse" trick-or-treating with pharmacy residents and a party in the Rainbow Garden with therapy dogs, games and goodies.