Wheels on the Waterfront Returns to Port of Everett Saturday

September 4, 2013

Events in Everett, Everett

The annual “Wheels on the Waterfront” car show returns to the Port of Everett Saturday from 10am – 4pm. The show helps to raise funds for Providence Foundation’s Cancer Patient Assistance Fund. Here’s what you need to know…


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Wheels on the Waterfront is an annual charity event the first weekend after Labor Day. The event benefits the Providence Foundation’s Cancer Patient Assistance Fund. With special support from the Port of Everett and Harbor Marine, the event showcases and awards prizes to cars in 18 different classifications. The event includes Scuttlebutt Brewery Beer Garden, Live music, food vendors, awards, charity drawings, and of course a lot of great cars.

The festival is Saturday, September 7 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Hundreds of cars will surround Waterfront Center which is located at 1205 Craftsman Way; Everett, WA 98201.

For more information and to register, visit portofeverett.com and click on Calendar, Sept. 7.

In the afternoon on Saturday, be sure to stop by Bayside Marine, just walking distance from Waterfront Center, to watch contestants of the Edmonds Coho Derby weigh-in their catch!

About the Providence Foundation’s Cancer Patient Assistance Fund:

More than 30 years ago, the family of Linda Baltzell made a generous memorial donation to begin a cancer patient assistance fund in her name. They mad the gift as a way of expressing their appreciation for the care she had received at Providence and to honor her memory. The fund, now known as the Linda Baltzell Cancer Patient Assistance Fund, has been a godsend for patients through the years, helping to pay for things such as medical needs, prescriptions, utilities, food and other critical expenses when families are facing difficult financial circumstances.

Although Providence offers a generous charity care program, some patients don’t meet the criteria for charity care but are still in need of some limited financial assistance. The Linda Baltzell Cancer Patient Assistance Fund can help fill in the gap as a safety net. However, in meeting the growing need, the fund is often stretched beyond its limits. When Linda’s fund was initiated more than 30 years ago, the population of Snohomish County was about 300,000. The population today is 686,000 and the need for financial assistance among cancer patients has grown substantially.

With the help of the community and fundraising events, The Linda Baltzell Cancer Patient Assistance Fund can replenish and continue the legacy of Linda Baltzell.


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