An April 10 charity event is shaping up as bigger than ever for A Hope for Autism Foundation.“It really got big when Journey band members got involved,” said Lake Oswego’s Gayle Woodruff, founder of the foundation. “I think that it’s amazing that they’re coming.”
Deen Castronovo and Jonathan Cain are set to perform some of 1980s super group’s biggest hits, such as Who’s Crying Now, Anyway You Want It and Don’t Stop Believin’.
But there is much more for the event at the Benson Hotel in Portland, including a black tie charity dinner, fashion show and silent auction.
The benefit is truly a major step for Woodruff and her partner Robbin Sobotka-Soles, whose purpose is to provide scholarships for direct support and services to families affected by autism.
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