Doc Good Day
A Day of “GOOD Deeds” — May 3, 2014
Alumni will have the opportunity to give back to our alma mater, through work,
as the Alumni Association hosts the fifth alumni service day. Originally a
biennial event, Doc Good Day became an annual tradition due to the overwhelming
response from alumni. In keeping with our Hard Work U. philosophy, alumni will
have the opportunity to return to campus and work on “Doc Good Day,” May 3,
Dr. Good embodied the concept of servant-leadership during his entire tenure,
carrying The School through very difficult economic times.
The service day is named in honor of Dr. R. M. Good, the longest-serving
president of The School of the Ozarks. Dr. Good embodied the concept of
servant-leadership during his entire tenure, carrying The School through very
difficult economic times. Many alumni often recall how he continually placed
others above himself, sometimes neglecting his own health to get the job at hand
The day will consist of a work period, followed by a picnic-style luncheon on
The Alumni Council invites all alumni to participate in this project. However,
you must please pre-register for the event to allow for organization of job
assignments and meal preparation. Childcare is available, but also requires
pre-registration. You may do so by completing the form below and returning to
the College of the Ozarks Alumni Office, P.O. Box 17, Point Lookout, MO 65726 or
by going online at www.cofo.edu/DocGoodDay. Upon receipt of the registration,
you will receive details of the day’s schedule.
Registration deadline is April 18, 2014.