Columbia College-Lake of the Ozarks hosts fifth annual Community Appreciation Day

Barlow Biggers (far left) from the Miller County Emergency Readiness group talks with Professors Jim Pasley and Marvin Schulteis.
A crowd of more than 400 attended the fifth annual Columbia College-Lake of Ozarks Community Appreciation Day Book and Blood Drive on May 5 at its campus in Osage Beach. More than 300 books were collected and several participants donated blood to the Central Missouri Blood Center as well. The day also featured a performance from the School of the Osage choir, a live remote from KRMS radio and several educational displays from faculty members.

Thanks to the more than 400 friends, family and fans who attended Columbia College-Lake of the Ozarks Community Appreciation Day.
Columbia College Community Appreciation Day featured the Community Blood Center, the Osage Beach Fire Department, a live remote with KRMS radio and several other community organizations.
Will and Roxy Walden hang out with Scooter the Cougar.
The School of the Osage choir performed several great numbers for the crowd.
Columbia College Alumni Association Board of Directors member Melissa Carroll poses with her daughter Taylor and Scooter the Cougar.
The S.L.A.T.E student teachers group collected more than 300 books during its book drive for local schools. From left to right, faculty member Brian Hill with students Cheryl Evans, Cory Horsman and Jessica Acheson.

Nursing students Gary Metcalf and Rachel Jones with the Columbia College mascot, Scooter the Cougar.


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