Friday June 21, 2013 8:00PM
Lecture: “Numerology and How to Read a Person like a Book” with Lloyd Strayhorn, a numerologist for the past twenty-five years. Since 1981 he has hosted his own show, “Numbers & You” on WBLS FM, and WLIB AM in New York. Lloyd is also the author of “Numerology and You” and “How to Read someone like a Book”. Lloyd has been a frequent quest on talk shows such as “The Oprah Winfrey Show”, “Geraldo Rivera Show”, “Montel Williams Show” and on BET, etc.
At this presentation you will learn how read someone like a book, the power of a name, the meaning of the numbers (the good, bad and in between), the planes of and what level of life one is best suited to live on, how to determine the life cycle and the stages of your life, how to read a birthday like a book (the basics), take a closer look at the destiny of number numbers and lastly how to determining your universal, personal year, monthly, daily and weekly cycles. Wow! All of this for the Eyes very affordable price of admission.
Lloyd’s Web Site: www.numbersandmedia.com
Members: $10, Non-Members: $15 Preregistration is not required.
The Eyes of Learning is pleased to announce that on June 3, 2013 two graduating Hicksville High School Seniors received the first annual Scholarships in honor of our founder, Elaine Resnik. This school was selected because Elaine lived in Hicksville until recently and the Eyes of Learning conducts it’s lectures and presentations at Levittown Hall in Hicksville.
The students, Samantha Falkowski and Andrew Stockstad were selected by the High School Administrators and Faculty for having distinguished themselves through Service to their community and to their school. Samantha will be attending the University of Rhode Island in the fall and Andrew will be attending the New York State Maritime College (formerly known as Fort Schuyler). They are delightful accomplished young adults who were very grateful for receiving this honor from the Eyes of Learning. They both were the recipients of other scholarships and recognitions and will, no doubt, carry the ethic of service into their adult lives.
The ceremony was held at the high school and was attended by a member of the Board of Directors (HHS Class of 1969) and by a member of the Executive Council (HHS Class of 1965) of the Eyes of Learning. Samantha and Andrew are the two young people in the photo. We at the Eyes of Learning wish them success and happiness in what is sure to be their very bright and rewarding futures.