L&C’s Student Activities to Host Free Psychic Event

By Jenna Shelton

jshelton@lc.edu

 

Lewis and Clark Community College’s Student Activities organization is excited to announce that on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020, students, staff and faculty can receive a free psychic reading between the hours of 6:30 pm and 8:30 pm on Zoom. 

Rose Fulhorst, a second generation Psychic Medium, a Reiki Master Practitioner, a Certified Tarot Master with 30+ years in Tarot Card and Palm Reading and even an Ordained Minister, will be offering private readings via Zoom. The link to join will be located on the Student Activities Facebook page as well as the SGA calendar under the “Organizations” section on Blackboard. 

Student Activities President, Jenna Shelton said, “The hope had been to have a psychic reading closer to Halloween, but scheduling just didn’t work out. Normally, we have a Halloween party on campus and Ms. Rose, our beloved psychic, does readings in person, but since the start of covid, that was out of the question. So, the next best option was to do it on Zoom! Don’t worry about privacy, your reading will be performed in a break out room with only you and Ms. Rose.”

“Rose has been a regular participant at Halloween and Valentine Day’s Parties, even the occasional Spring or Fall Fest at L&C, giving private readings for the last few years. Her table has always been successful and interesting, something the students seem to really enjoy. There is always a long line, even after the event is over sometimes.”, said Jared Hennings, Student Activities and SGA Co-Advisor.

“Friends and family are welcome to join in the fun as well but students, staff and faculty will have the opportunity to go first, obviously, and while there is a limited time frame during this event, Student Activities will do their best to get everyone a turn, but can make no promises to fit everyone in,” said Shelton. 

Feel free to stay the whole time and socialize virtually, a movie will be shown or a virtual game will be played while participants wait for their turns, or pop in and wait for your turn and leave immediately after.

Please contact Jared Hennings at jhenning@lc.edu or Jenna Shelton at jshelton@lc.edu for more information or with any questions or concerns.

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