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The Lighthouse: Inspiring Connections
The Advancement team is working on a new online community hub called The Lighthouse. We’re really excited to share it with you and you can expect an invitation in your email box soon. The Lighthouse launches in January so make sure to update your email with us.
We are all connected to an amazing community of RLC supporters who would love to help you advance your career and this is what The Lighthouse is going to offer. You’ll be able to share job postings, mentor young alumni and be mentored by established experts in your field . . . or just plain connect with your classmates.
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With over 5,000 alumni, parents and friends in our database, our records need a refresh from time-to-time.
By updating your contact information with us, you are ensuring that you will receive your email invitation to join The Lighthouse. You’ll also receive the latest news from RLC, including our annual Rosseau Review, information on benefits and invitations to special events.
Connecting with you is one of our favourite things and we want to make sure we get it just right. Even if you aren’t in a position to donate right now, please let us know if you have any changes to your contact information through our online Contact Update Form, call the office at 1 (800) 265-0569 or email your changes to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The history of the RLC swim dock, by Brian Betsworth. "As I understand it, the Swim Dock was originally the formal arrival dock for the Eaton family’s private steamship, which would come from Gravenhurst to Kwandag after Sir John and Lady Eaton had travelled north on their private CPR rail car..."