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Nutter Family Foundation Hosts 14th Annual Dozer Day

Mon July 02, 2018 - West Edition #14
Katherine Devlin – CEG Editorial Assistant


Many local construction equipment dealers were sponsors of the event.
(Nutter Family Foundation photo)
Many local construction equipment dealers were sponsors of the event. (Nutter Family Foundation photo)
Many local construction equipment dealers were sponsors of the event.
(Nutter Family Foundation photo) Equipment operators had the chance to influence the next generation.
(Nutter Family Foundation photo) The Nutter Family Foundation held its 14th annual Dozer Day May 19 to 20, 2018, at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Ridgefield, Wash.
(Nutter Family Foundation photo) Kids had the chance to operate dozers, dump trucks, excavators and more.
(Nutter Family Foundation photo) The Nutter Family Foundation has provided more than $1 million to fund children’s charity grants.
(Nutter Family Foundation photo) Kids had an opportunity to be up close to the machines.
(Nutter Family Foundation photo) For the first time, the Nutter Family Foundation and Evergreen Public Schools hosted 200 design-build students for Dozer Day’s first-ever Career Fair.
(Nutter Family Foundation photo)
This year, the foundation partnered with Evergreen Public Schools to host special needs students at a Dozer Day sneak preview.
(Nutter Family Foundation photo) Students had the opportunity to operate machinery, meet with construction-related business owners and visit exhibits meant to showcase career opportunities available in the construction industry.
(Nutter Family Foundation photo) Dozer Day 2018 was well attended.
(Nutter Family Foundation photo)

The Nutter Family Foundation held its 14th annual Dozer Day May 19 to 20, 2018, at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Ridgefield, Wash.

This year, the foundation partnered with Evergreen Public Schools to host special needs students at a Dozer Day sneak preview. The preview was specifically geared to the children and included a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Kids had the chance to operate dozers, dump trucks, excavators and more.

Career Fair

For the first time, the Nutter Family Foundation and Evergreen Public Schools hosted 200 design-build students for Dozer Day's first-ever Career Fair.

Students had the opportunity to operate machinery, meet with construction-related business owners and visit exhibits meant to showcase career opportunities available in the construction industry.

Dozer Day Sponsors

Sponsors for the 2018 annual Dozer Day are:

  • Clark County Fair
  • Chuck's Produce
  • Ness Campbell Crane & Rigging
  • Dirt Logic LLC
  • Cadman Heidelberg Cement Group
  • RDO Equipment Company
  • Les Schwab Tires
  • Michael Nutter Jewelers
  • Nutter Corporation
  • Papé Machinery
  • NW Natural
  • Pacific Landscape Services Inc.
  • Parties Inc.
  • Peterson Cat
  • Robinson Construction Co.
  • Southwest Wash. Contractors Association (SWCA)
  • Waste Connections Inc.
The Foundation

The Nutter Family Foundation was established in 2006 to “give children the opportunity to develop their talents” according to a press release. The foundation has provided more than $1 million to fund children's charity grants.

For more information, visit Vancouver.dozerday.org.

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