Photos: Halloween events are treats for Children’s patientsPublished on Monday, November 2, 2020Patients at the state’s only children’s hospital were treated to Halloween games and goodies last Friday when costumed care teams went room to room for reverse trick-or-treating. Patients watched for everyone from superheroes to Disney princesses and filled out scavenger hunt game cards during the afternoon.Cash Ward of Summit, a Children's of Mississippi patient, plays a costume scavenger hunt game with Tiffany Key, a child life specialist dressed as a social (media) butterfly.Bringing Halloween fun to Children's of Mississippi patients are, from left, Avery Parman; Anna Peoples; Mark Gilbert, hospital chaplain; Doris Whitaker, director of pastoral services; and Linda McComb, hospital chaplain.Calvionne Fox of Hattiesburg, a Children's of Mississippi patient, plays a Halloween costume scavenger hunt game with hospital staff, including Amy Lowery Carroll, center, and Amanda Hodges, nurse practitioners.Louise Dove, a project manager in the Department of Pediatrics, spins the wheel on a Halloween game for patients.William Blain of Natchez wears a Dalmatian-print onesie and cap as part of the NICU Halloween celebration.Health care heroes at Children's of Mississippi include nurses, from left, Emily Berry, Megan Gordon, Samantha Siviglia, Lauren Metz and Stacey Wilson.Hayes Jenkins of Clinton, a Children's of Mississippi patient, smiles while awaiting reverse trick-or-treating to arrive at his room.Reverse trick-or-treaters include, from left, Hannah Oliver as Little Red Riding Hood, Melissa Shields as a bath loofah, and Amy Lowery Carroll, Michelle Goreth and Amanda Hodges as the witches from the movie "Hocus Pocus."Mark Gilbert, hospital chaplain, holds a Halloween game board for Cassidy Parker of Jackson, a Children's of Mississippi patient, while her mother, Natasha Parker, takes a photo.Bringing Halloween fun to Children's of Mississippi patients are, from left, Lindsey Miller; Erinn Funches, child life specialist; and Kathy Rankin, Kathy Doonan, Allyn Anderson and Jessica Warren, hospital school teachers.Kaiyden Lynch of Jackson, a Children's of Mississippi patient, smiles in his Halloween costume.The NICU medical team and Dr. Mobolaji Famuyide, center, celebrated Halloween by wearing costumes with the theme of "101 Dalmatians." Their patients wore Dalmatian-spotted onesies and caps.The “Zoo Crew” from the Department of Pediatrics includes, from left, Shanda Barrett, Cali Foreman, Louise Dove, Natalie Hutto, Dr. Mary Taylor, Shannon Hoover, Katie Sanders and Selena Daniel.The Seven Dwarves of 3C include nurses, from left, Callie May, Claire Rounsaville, Tatum Hebert, Drew Stringer, Baylie Leblanc, Carmaron Thompson and Iesha Johnson.Dr. Tasha Coleman, house officer, checks Dallas Hughes of Hattiesburg, a Children's of Mississippi NICU patient and fellow Dalmatian.Nurses on 5C donated more than 300 goodie bags for Jackson Public Schools students and read stories to them as they picked up packets for distance learning. Among the nurses participating in the effort are, from left, Kayleigh Moore, Julia Joseph, Blake Fulton, Laura King and Kelley Wood.