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While there are many festivals and events across the country, there is one that stands out – Dozer Day! Dozer Day will be held May 16-17, 2020, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds in Vancouver, Washington.
The Nutter Family Foundation is a non-profit organization that focuses on addressing the needs of children. The foundation believes that when children are provided with opportunities to develop their talents, society will thrive.
The primary annual event of the Nutter Foundation is Dozer Day. At Dozer Day children are put in the driver’s seat of heavy equipment used in the construction business as well as an ambulance, fire trucks, and other vehicles. During the activities, children learn about public safety, the construction of sustainable communities, and industry opportunities.
More About Dozer Day
Dozer Day is held annually, and it is a fundraising charitable event that strives to educate children about the opportunities that exist. It teaches attendees about real-world, important situations while ensuring they get experiences relating to construction by asking them to take the driver’s seat in heavy equipment, recycling trucks, ambulances, and fire trucks.
Besides putting the children in driver’s seats, they can participate in a variety of fun, educational activities. Families are given the chance to interact with professionals from multiple industries and there will be redefining of stereotypes. It is a fun-filled family event.
Dozer Event Locations
Locations are spread out including Vancouver, Washington; Yakima, Washington; Seattle, Washington; Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho; Kansas City; and it is planned for Willamette Valley. The Nutter Family Foundation hopes to add some more locations across the country. To learn more about Dozer Day or to learn how to schedule an event in your community, visit www.dozerday.org.