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Halloween 2013 Volunteer Crafts

November 4, 2013

November is Home Health and Hospice Month, a time to celebrate home care and hospice professionals, volunteers and caregivers and the special relationships that they maintain with patients and their family members. November also marks the 10th anniversary of Island Hospice. Volunteers are helping us celebrate by showering patients with homemade holiday gifts. Island Hospice would like to thank the Hilton Head Nannies, Rincon Methodist Church, the Boys and Girls Club of Bluffton, THA Group employees and many other inspiring individuals who contributed their talents to making Halloween gifts.

 

Ghost suckers made by Amanda Grazow and friends

Ghost suckers made by Amanda Grazow and friends

Goodie bags made by Rincon Methodist Piece Makers
Goodie bags made by Rincon Methodist Piece Makers

Wreaths made by Kelly McBride

Wreaths made by Kelly
McBride

Wreath made by Kelly McBride

Wreath made by Kelly
McBride

Wooden sign made by Kelly McBride

Wooden sign made by Kelly McBride

Halloween footprint art made by Amanda Bonilla, her children, and their friends

Halloween footprint art made by Amanda Bonilla, her children, and their friends

Fans made by Wendy Stewart and her children Brad, Sarah and Gavin

Fans made by Wendy Stewart and her children Brad, Sarah and Gavin

Foam characters made by Clarissa Wright

Foam characters made by Clarissa Wright

Cookies made by Diana Shelley

Cookies made by Diana Shelley

Hand sewn treat bags made by Christine Ingram

Hand sewn treat bags made by Christine Ingram

Lanterns made by Amanda Grazow, a group of moms, and their children

Lanterns made by Amanda Grazow, a group of moms, and their children

Cards made by Island Hospice nurse, Andi Herrington

Cards made by Island
Hospice nurse, Andi Herrington

Spooky spider rings made by Amanda Grazow and her friend’s children

Spooky spider rings made by Amanda Grazow and her friend’s children