Essentials Salon and Spa in Leadington was looking for a way to give back to the community in some way. They decided that they would start with some of the hardest working, sometimes underpaid, people in our community; teachers and their support staff! They wanted to start with one of the largest school districts in our area, Farmington. Placing one ballot box in each one of the 10 buildings of the Farmington School District, everyone employed at that building was able to nominate a co-worker for an Essentials Make Over. The stipulation was that the person nominated was to be someone that doesn’t normally take time for themselves, overworked, and generally puts all their energy into making other people happy.
Congratulations to the winners!
Karrie Steiger; Jefferson Elementary
Lisa Miller; Washington/Franklin Elementary
Donna Underwood; Truman Kindergarten Center
Amy Pullen; Roosevelt Elementary
Stephaney Tiefenauer; Lincoln Intermediate
Rhonda Sanders; Middle School
Diana Bartolin; WL Johns Early Childhood
Carolyn Waldon; Board Building
Brenda Asher; Midwest Learning Center
Peggy Harris; High School. (she was unable to attend)
Essentials Salon and Spa pampered the winners on April 29, from; offering them a complete Make Over. The winners had have a personal stylist to guide them through their day. Services they will receive included Haircolor, Haircut, Hair Styling, Facial, Massage, Manicure, Pedicure, and/or Bare Minerals Make-up Application. Lunch was being provided by The Pasta House of Farmington. The winners will also have a portrait session, of their finished looks, with Cathy Baker of Bakers Portrait Designs.
Essentials Salon and Spa would like to thank Debbie Wilson, Marianne Ellis, Holly Pierce, Kim Hunt, Tasha Farace, Heather Cole, Kayla Davis, Gennie Head, Kerri Crockett, Wendy Sebastian-Peck, Kim Rudasill, and JoAnn Hardin; for all their hardwork and time.
Essentials Salon and Spa is hoping to be able to do this again while incorporating different school districts each time. They feel giving back to our community is a vital part of being involved in the community. The better a person feels inside, the more value that person becomes to our community.