Heart-beat lamp school project

Hi all! I am very new to the arduino, and to be very honest, elektronics in general. Here I am getting my feet wet with a project I would like to present at school: a real-life heartbeat lamp. The goal is to get a solenoid to move the skin of the lamp as if it were beating. I got a piece of code to get a LED to do the same thing from another topic. However, I can’t get the solenoid to join in. When I get this to work, I want the pace of the heartbeat to be temperature controlled (15 degrees C = slow, 23 degrees
C = very fast)

When I run the code like this, the solenoid will just be activated. There is no "lub-lub"of the heart.

(the beat I got from elCalvoMike)

//Heartshaped_lamp LED
byte LED = 11; 
int potPin = 2;
int solPin = 10;
int i = 0;
int pmw = 255;  //set PWM max - intensity
int rate = 20;  //this is the beats per minute (60000 ms)
                //because there are two beats to simulate the 'lub-dub' of the heart,
                //a 60 beat heart rate is only a value of 30 in the rate variable
                //the delay is the key to this programs realism - divide the rate 
                //into a minute, then weight it and divide by the pmw
                //you can modify the weight by changing the fractions (i.e .1, .2,.1, .6) 
                //but to keep the timing correct, they should total 1
                //.1+.2+.1+.6 = 1
int potValue;
int race;

void setup() 
{
 Serial.begin(9600);
 pinMode(LED, OUTPUT);
 pinMode(solPin, OUTPUT);
 pinMode(potPin, INPUT);
}


void loop()
{
 potValue = analogRead(potPin);
 
 Serial.println(potValue);
 
 /*if (potValue < 146)
 {race = 80000;}
 if (potValue < 292)
 {race = 70000;}
 if (potValue < 438)
 {race = 60000;}
 if (potValue < 584)
 {race = 50000;}
 if (potValue < 730)
 {race = 40000;}*/
 
 for (i = 0; i < pmw; i++) 
   {
   analogWrite(LED,i);
   digitalWrite(solPin, HIGH);
   delay(((60000/rate)*.1)/pmw);
   }
   digitalWrite(solPin, LOW);
   
 for (i = pmw; i > 0; i--)
   {
   analogWrite(LED,i);
   digitalWrite(solPin, HIGH);
   delay(((60000/rate)*.2)/pmw);
   }
   digitalWrite(solPin, LOW);

 for (i = 0; i < pmw; i++) 
   {
   analogWrite(LED,i);
   digitalWrite(solPin, HIGH);
   delay(((60000/rate)*.1)/pmw);
   }
   digitalWrite(solPin, LOW);
 
 for (i = pmw; i > 0; i--)
   {
   analogWrite(LED,i);
   digitalWrite(solPin, HIGH);
   delay(((60000/rate)*.6)/pmw);
   }
   digitalWrite(solPin, LOW);
   
}

I couldn't post this in my FS so here is the layout:

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