Health Insurance, Roderick Hutcherson
Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:
Friday, August 19, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)
Raymour & Flanigan Furniture Store
410 Gateway Drive
Brooklyn, NY 11239
We are shutting down Raymour & Flanigan @ the Gateway Center Mall for ONE NIGHT ONLY!!! Produced by TrueMed Health Solutions, LLC, the “Hoops for Health” Black Tie Gala was created to raise money and bring forth awareness to the community regarding health, wellness and quality of life. The organization is geared towards ensuring that the entire NYC is able to come together through various sports related activities, concerts, health related venues and so much more! We have already locked in various well-known media outlets that will not only televise the … [Continue reading...]
Division of Operations
NYC Department of Education
The New York City Department of Education
Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer
N.Y.C. Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina
- and our very own Jim Luce!
Wed., May 25th, 6:30-9:30pm
Incognito Bistro, 30 W. 18th St., NYC
Super Happy Healthy Kids - spreading kindness to NYC elementary kids thru
Karate, Yoga, Meditation, Arts, Music, Healthy Food and Positive Thinking
$150 advance; $250 @ door - students $75
NOTE: Jim Luce Supporters in advance: only $100 (students $50)
(Code: Global Leadership)
Three-course dinner - evening of fun & entertainment + silent auction!
Join our movement to stamp out meanness and bullying!
RSVP before 5/20: http://www.superhappyhealthykids.com … [Continue reading...]
The passing of one’s spouse is much more than his death and your loss. It’s about you, your acceptance of what was, your adaption to what is, and your re-invention. You have no other choice.
Thus, I begin the photo exhibit with a photo of Andrew and me at a black tie event. This type of event was part of what was. . .as was the dancing that we both loved.
The next step in my journey was MOVE ON WITHOUT ME, the book I wrote upon his passing. Mad as hell at him for passing, mad at the doctor who made the error that resulted in his death – from this to realization of how blessed I had been. . . and memories, which sustain and enhance. My philosophy was get up, get dressed, get out. In other words, live your life as it is now. You can’t go back, only forward. You have only one choice. Woe is … [Continue reading...]