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A spooky good time at Providence Children’s Hospital

Nov 26, 2017
The Providence Children’s Hospital definitely knows how to ‘monkey around’ and bring Halloween joy to their patients.  From the visit from Spirit Halloween stores to the administration visiting each of our patients – Halloween spirit was felt throughout the month.  Providence Children’s Hospital was pleased to partner with Spirit Halloween stores as they provided costumes for all of the pediatric patients and their siblings.   Below are photos of the celebrations throughout the month.   2017 Halloween was a success!  


employees dressed as sock monkeys for halloween pose for photo with child patient

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