By Maegan Vidal
Children, families and staff at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel were visited by six amazing superheroes from Millennium Building Services(MBS) to celebrate Superhero Day on Monday, May 19, 2014. Superheroes descended nine stories of glass at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel, cleaning windows all the way down. Batman, Robin, Spider-Man, Superman and The Flash brought fun and adventure to kids, families and hospital staff.
Children watched in excitement and awe from the hospital’s two-story, glass family lounges as, fist pumped and posed for photos while cleaning windows with their filled buckets filled with soapsuds. Chelsea’s Closet, the rolling dress-up closet from the Chelsea Hick’s Foundation, multiplied the fun by hosting a dress up party before the superheroes arrived. Kids dressed up as superheroes, as well as many other characters. Nurses and staff participated in the adventurous day by wearing brightly colored capes with featuring lightning bolts.
MBS has been at Health’s six hospitals for nearly 30 years and providing professional building maintenance services to the Portland metropolitan area for 40 years. Washers were thrilled to bring an extraordinary day to the children, families and staff.