Portland, October 20th. Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel took the checkered flag at the Portland Expo Center during the 13th annual evening of pinewood derby car racing. Dozens of local companies joined in the fun by building their miniature cars to compete head-to-head against their rivals.

Ready, set, go! at Wishes on Wheels

Ready, Set, Go! For Wishes on Wheels!

DeeDee Dolp, Lisa Waltos, Johnathan Dolp, Ken Waltos, Jim Kennison, Tommy Morena, Keith Van Emmerick, Nicki Moreno

The Franz Family Bakery team included: DeeDee Dolp, Lisa Waltos, Johnathan Dolp, Ken Waltos, Jim Kennison, Tommy Morena, Keith Van Emmerick, and Nicki Moreno

 

Brenda Alexander and Kent Grove, event co-chairs

Brenda Alexander and Kent Grove, were the Wishes on Wheels co-chairs

 

George J. Brown, MD, Legacy President and CEO, and his wife, Barbara Young

George J. Brown, MD, Legacy President and CEO, and his wife, Barbara Young cheered on the racers

Wishes on Wheels was presented by Skanska, the construction and development Corporation. The event drew 380 guests and raised over $100,000 for Randall Children’s Hospital.

Nick Headgy, Justin Cook, and Chris Thorn from Skanska

Nick Headgy, Justin Cook, and Chris Thorn from Skanska

 

Fred Meyer was represented on the racetrack

Fred Meyer was represented on the racetrack

Boy Scout volunteers, Colton Rasanen, Barndon Henegan

Boy Scout volunteers, Colton Rasanen, Barndon Henegan

 

Andy Carson from KPTV and Lisa Goren from Legacy served as emcees

Andy Carson from KPTV and Lisa Goren from Legacy served as emcees

 

The friendly competition benefits Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel

The friendly competition benefits Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel

The evening of pinewood derby car races drew hundreds of supporters of Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel.

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