Child Life Specialist Morgan Flournoy brings Halloween surprises to Children's of Mississippi patient William Haraughty of McComb.
Child Life Specialist Morgan Flournoy brings Halloween surprises to Children's of Mississippi patient William Haraughty of McComb.
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Photos: Halloween happenings sweet at Children’s of Mississippi

Published on Monday, November 1, 2021

From games to costumes and treats, Halloween was celebrated throughout Children’s of Mississippi’s Sanderson and Batson towers thanks to donations from the Mississippi Department of Public Safety and dedicated volunteers from Children’s of Mississippi.

A'Miracle is dressed as candy dots.
Children's of Mississippi patient Ryder Jackson of Long Beach smiles after getting a Halloween surprise from the Mississippi Department of Public Safety.
School of Pharmacy student Jacqueline Sullivan takes Charlie Middleton, on the rounds at Spooky U.
Dent wears a cotton candy costume in keeping with the NICU Halloween theme of "Candyland."
Children's of Mississippi patient Maddox Cooper of Summit shows some of his Halloween treats during reverse trick-or-treating Friday.
Child life specialists, from left, Cara Williams, Pepper Weed Cooper, Kelsey Clark, Courtney Easterday, Ashley Prendez and Madeline Wilson.
Children's of Mississippi patient Jett Bufkin of Richton wore his Halloween costume Friday for reverse trick-or-treating at the state's only children's hospital.
School of Health Related Professions students entertained children at the annual Spooky U extravaganza.
Bray’Shawn is dressed as a candy corn during his first Halloween at Children's of Mississippi.
Children's of Mississippi outpatient David Wigley of Vicksburg gets a Halloween surprise from Mississippi's First Lady Elee Reeves.
Children's of Mississippi employees dressed as the characters from the movie "Coco" pose with patient Maylee McNeese of Silver Creek.
School of Pharmacy students who dressed up for Spooky U included, from right, Harshin Sanjanwala, the Gingerbread Man; Margaret Street, a mouse; Kaitlin Gaskin, an orange cat; Nason Wise, Shrek; Shelby Wise, Fiona; and in a white shirt, Megan Carter.
Keoni sleeps while wearing his red M&M costume made by nurses at the neonatal intensive care unit at the Kathy and Joe Sanderson Tower at Children's of Mississippi.
Children's of Mississippi patient O'Maya Wilson of Bolton gets a Halloween surprise from PediaRebs member Hunter Swindle.
School of Pharmacy students Shelby and Nason Wise make a great Shrek and Fiona.
Chloe shares a smile during her first Halloween.
Children's of Mississippi patient Kaiden Hodges of Jackson smiles during Halloween fun at the state's only children's hospital. Looking on are PediaRebs, from left, Will Moffett, Hunter Swindle and Hallie Austin.
Leyton Bierdeman, 2, gets a toothbrush from Javelyn Stubbs as his parents, Michael and Heather Bierdeman, look on.
Children's of Mississippi patient LaZariah Stanford of Jackson gets Halloween surprises during Reverse Trick-or-Treating Thursday. Dropping treats in her bag are Will Moffett, left, and Hunter Swindle of PediaRebs, the Ole Miss student pediatric pharmacy group.
Children's of Mississippi employees show their barnyard costumes for reverse trick-or-treating at the children's hospital Friday.
Thomas wears a candy corn sleeper for his first Halloween.
UMMC volunteer services manager Mary Preston Dubberly visits with Children's of Mississippi patient Westyn Wilson of Conehatta, held by his mom, Angie Thrash.
Jazyeron Gray of Lake tries out being a rock-and-roll drummer during reverse trick-or-treating at Children's of Mississippi Friday.