Hospital holds pumpkin decorating contest

Published 9:15 pm Wednesday, November 8, 2023

Hospital holds pumpkin decorating contest

By Staff Reports

The festive spirit of Halloween filled the air at Crenshaw Community Hospital on Oct.31 as employees showcased their creativity in the annual Pumpkin Decorating Contest. The hospital’s lobby was transformed into a whimsical pumpkin wonderland as the imaginative pumpkins were displayed.

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In addition to recognizing the most creative and scariest pumpkins, the judges awarded prizes for the “Employee Favorite” and the “Best Representation of Breast Cancer Awareness.” This important category emphasized the hospital’s commitment to promoting awareness and support for breast cancer patients and survivors.

The judging panel for the contest included Crenshaw Christian Academy secretary Vicki Williams, County Engineer Benjie Sanders and Luverne Journal writer Haley Mitchell Godwin. 

Prizes for the winners were donated by AMP Nutrition, Luverne Health and Rehab, This and That Antiques and Collectables and Crenshaw Community Hospital. 

The pumpkin decorating contest has become a beloved tradition at Crenshaw Community Hospital, encouraging employees to showcase their artistic talents and contribute to the festive atmosphere during the Halloween season.