This wasn't a brown bag lunch
We had a full house at our Retirees Association Lunch on November 13 in the Cataraqui Golf Club. Good company, good conversation and good food. It was fun.
Wayne Francis Westfall
August 15, 1948 - January 12, 2020
Wayne, surrounded by his extended family of friends, died peacefully and filled with love and gratitude, at home on Sunday afternoon, Jan.12.
Full Obituary Here
We got together on Wednesday, October 16
We are an organization dedicated to facilitating contact between former staff members of St. Lawrence College. Our focus is primarily on social activities but we also advocate on matters of interest to our members, including pensions.
Members of Executive
(Elected at the 2019 AGM)
Nancy, Pennie, Thelma, Dick, Ron, Bill and John
Membership Application Form
If you are interested in joining us. Just Click the button below, print the PDF, fill in the information and mail it with your membership fee. Or join at any meeting of the Association.
Verna Lee was a Red Baron
The ground-breaking (or should that be ice-breaking) Red Barons were a ladies hockey team based in Kingston that began some 50 years ago and included Verna Lee, a former Kingston Campus employee and a member of the Retirees Association.
Verna was among those who came to 1066 King West (where two others from the Red Barons live) on a Sunday morning in early November and I was asked – as the resident roving reporter – to attend and take some photos.
The members of the team had gathered to meet with Bridget Doherty, City Councillor for this district, to present her with a cheque for the Sisters of Providence, as part of the funds left from their recent reunion – but I am getting ahead of the story.
It is time to learn more about this legendary hockey team, as recounted by Verna Lee, Red Baron #10.
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Read Dick Tindal's newest
The Book of Memories
highlighting the first half century of SLC has been published! You can read an electronic copy HERE
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Root Cellar Memories
Dick Tindal's Retiree Association column in a recent issue of Voyageur focused on the Root Cellar and its role in the rich social life of the college in the early decades. Dick issued an invitation to our members to share their memories of this venerable site. He is pleased to pass along this contribution from John Mason which illustrates the extensive volunteer activities of early Root Cellar members.