6th Almost Annual "Live On, Drive On!" Car Show

It's time to think about sunny weather and car shows! We hope you join our family on May 18, 2019 and bring your wheels to the Scott Santana Live On, Drive On! Car Show.

This year we are moving to the Marketplace at the El Dorado Hills Town Center with even more room for cars, vendors and fun!
4364 Town Center Blvd. El Dorado Hills, CA 95672

We are accepting all vehicles to fill out for the most diverse show on the West Coast!! Fantastic BBQ, awesome auctions, and more chrome and rubber than you've ever seen in one spot!!!

Registration is just $35.
Preregister before 3/15/2019 and you can use the discount code EARLYBIRD for $10 off.
Each pre-registration includes: T-shirt, Lunch for one, & Five raffle tickets

Do you have more than one? We'd love to have you bring more cars! You will get one goodie bag per person but each car registered will get one lunch ticket and one t-shirt. We will email you to ask the make/model of additional cars.

Live On, Drive On! supports the Play In The Rain Scholarships and encourages registration on the Donate Life Registry, just like Scott did!

2017 Live On, Drive On! Scott Santana Memorial Car Show

It's free to come and drool!!!

Are you a vendor? Would you like some booth space? We have lots of space available.
Call 530-748-9556 for more info.

RAIN OR SHINE - NO REFUNDS


ScottSantana.org

In Loving Memory of Sidney Scott Santana

Sidney “Scott” Santana
August 24, 1993-May 20, 2011

It is often said that the dates on either end are not important, it is the dash in the middle. This could not be more true than it is in Scott’s life. Scott made an exceptional impression on almost everyone he met. He loved to give charitably, play hard and care deeply. It is because of these things that it was no surprise to his family and community when Scott chose to donate his organs and tissue after death by checking “Yes” on his driver’s license application. He saved the lives of 5 people through the gift of his heart, lungs, kidneys, pancreas and liver. He gave sight to two through the gift of his corneas and he is still helping others through tissue donation.

Scott died on May 20, 2011 following a car accident on May 17, 2011 on his way home from school at Union Mine High School. Scott was not speeding, texting, or driving erratically, he simply had an accident. At Union Mine, Scott had many friends and was loved by many,his teammates from his football team gathered the students and community for a candlelight vigil during his hospital stay. His rugby teammates gathered to remember his passion for the game and served as pall bears for his service. Hundreds of friends came to say goodbye to Scott and his family will be forever grateful to Marshall Hospital, El Dorado County Fire, and CDF Fire for the exceptional care he received. Scott’s Raley’s family had a huge impact on Scott but also his family from the care they gave to them after his accident. Scott’s memorial service on the football field at Union Mine High School was a touching tribute to his deep faith in Christ and love of music.

In keeping with Scott’s generous nature, Scott’s family became Donate Life Ambassadors shortly after Scott’s death and donation. They feel the need to bring Scott’s story to anyone, explaining that the choice of organ and tissue donation can be a healing part of the grief journey. Scott’s story has been heard at high schools, colleges, community fairs, the California State Capitol and the Placerville DMV. He was also featured, along with 71 other Heros, on the Donate Life Float in the 2013 Rose Parade. Their message is, “On the day we got the worst news of our life, five other families got the best news of theirs.”

Also, in keeping with Scott’s generosity, his family is forming the Scott Santana Memorial Foundation and will continue to award scholarships in Scott’s memory to students who demonstrate outstanding sportsmanship both on and off the field. In addition, we will be supporting Donate Life activities through Sierra Donor Services and the “Live On, Drive On!” Campaign.

Scott's story was shared in the new "Donate Life California" handout. Our hero continues to touch people with his story.

Donate Life California Application

Donate Life California Application