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The Dip for Dozer occurs annually on the second Saturday of February at Lake Ripley Park in Cambridge, WI.
 

Contact Jana Evans at  (608) 423-3241 or DipForDozer@gmail.com with any questions.

Featured Scholarship Recipient:
   Robert Willborn

In high school Robert lettered in football, basketball, and track; and played in the small school all-star football game as a defensive end. Robert went on to complete his undergraduate education at North Dakota State University (go Bison!), where he stayed to finish a Master’s Degree in Public Health and a Doctorate of Pharmacy Practice. He then completed two years of post-graduate residency at the Denver VA and Cleveland VA Medical Centers. He is currently in the Northeast Ohio VA Health Care System as a clinical pharmacy specialist in mental health serving two community based outpatient clinics. Robert has a scope of practice and serves as a medication provider for veterans in the management of mental health conditions.

 

In regards to being awarded a Dozer Scholarship, Robert says, "I was very fortunate to have been awarded the Dozer 52 Football Scholarship. Beyond the benefit this offered me in funding my education, it more importantly serves as a lasting tribute to Dustin, the Zuelsdorf family, and a community brought closer together by tragedy. I remember watching the football team during the season following Dustin’s accident, and feeling the inspiration and commitment to achievement in his honor. His memory is something special captured in this award, and remains a positive influence for future generations of Cambridge high school graduates."

Our scholarships are awarded to graduating seniors from Cambridge High School that have demonstrated leadership and growth on the football field, in the classroom, and in the community.  Recipients are able to the funds to help cover the expenses of attending any post-secondary education.  Check our page regularly as we will be highlighting past recipients throughout the year about their time spent at Cambridge, their journeys through higher education, and where they are now.