The race was held at the Collins fellowship hall on Hartland Center Road. Adults were also invited to create a car and join in the fun.
The youngest group, known as Cubbies, had seven entries. Best of show was awarded to Ivy Tovo and the fastest entry belonged to Londynn Clifton.
The Sparks (first and second grades) had five entries, with Josette Spragg earning best of show and Carsyn Sullen running the fastest.
TnT (third and fourth grades) took the spotlight with five entries. Sophia Thomas won both best of show and fastest.
Ultimate Challenge (fifth and sixth grades) had two entires. Noah Berry received best of show and Trevor Baus won fastest.
Three adults competed, with Jon Spragg claiming fastest and best of show going to Greg Hoyt.
The fastest from each group then faced each other, with Thomas becoming the overall fastest as well as overall best of show.
The event ended with a chili cook-off with seven entries. Third place went to Michelle Thomas; second place to Krista Wagner; and first to Berry.
Anyone interested in joining this ministry is encouraged to call the church office at 419-668-6203. Awana is a world-wide program open to any child ages 4 through sixth grade.