Ford mustang raffle




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FORD MUSTANG RAFFLE

Kiwanis Doernbecher Children's Cancer Program

2007 - 2008 Raffle Car Schedule
The new 2008 Ford Mustang GT will be shown and raffle tickets will be sold at the following events:
September 21-23: Surf City Car Show, Lincoln City
October 13 & 14: NW Collector Car Show & Auction, Portland Expo
November 17 & 18: Showdown in the West Rod Show, Portland Expo
January 24-27 (dates unconfirmed): New Car Show, Portland Convention Center
February 8 & 9 (dates unconfirmed): Salem Roadster Show, State Fair Grounds
February 21-23: Portland Rod & Custom Show, Portland Expo
February 29-March 2: Portland Roadster Show, Portland Convention Center

Dates will be added as they become known.


For additional information or to purchase raffle tickets, contact Bob Collison at marbobcollison@comcast.net

Rainier, Oregon Resident Wins 2007 Doernbecher Mustang
Margaret Cemulini from Rainier won the drawing for the Kiwanis Doernbecher Mustang. The drawing was held September 3, 2007 at the Oregon State Fair. Each year the Kiwanis Clubs of Oregon and Southwest Washington together purchase an automobile to raffle. All proceeds for the raffle go to Doernbecher Children's Hospital. The winning raffle ticket was drawn by 14-year-old George Nolen Dehart, a patient at Doernbecher.
The raffled vehicle was a 2007 Ford Mustang GT. Close to 25,000 tickets were sold at $5 dollars each. The Mustang raffle is Kiwanis’ largest fund-raiser for Doernbecher Children's Hospital. In addition to the car raffle, Kiwanis conducts numerous other Doernbecher fund-raisers, including golf tournaments, bike rides, and the sales of Christmas ornaments.

Photos (left to right): George Nolan Dehart drawing the winning ticket, Kiwanian Shirley Clemens (lt) handing keys to winner Margaret Cemulini
For over two decades, members of more than 140 Kiwanis Clubs in Oregon and Southwest Washington have been committed to helping the children at Doernbecher. Through June 2007, Kiwanis Doernbecher Children’s Cancer Program has raised more than $2 million for the hospital.

In the early 1990s, Kiwanians led the drive to build the Kiwanis Doernbecher Bone Marrow Transplant Unit - the first and the only program of its kind for children in the region - and continued to provide annual support until the unit became part of the Kenneth W. Ford Northwest Children's Cancer Center in 1998. The following year Kiwanians established the Kiwanis Children's Cancer Fellowship Program to train the next generation of pediatric hematology and oncology specialists. They currently raise more than $150,000 annually for the fellowship program.



For more information about the Kiwanis Doernbecher Children's Cancer Program or Kiwanis, please visit www.kdccp.org or contact Traci Kramer at 503-220-8343 or kramertr@ohsu.edu.


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