It was a perfect day in Bethlehem for the ALZ walk @the Steel Stacks. Field Mgr Cathy Cox & Stylist Michelle McEnery painted a purple streaks in a variety of shapes & sizes. Pictured: Michael Nelson raising eyebrows; Joanne Williams & Michele McEnery enjoy the beautiful weather; Susan Polucelli with yellow flower; Jo Klechner & Max the dog; Twins Alexandra & Morgan Regina; Cheryl & Kenny West; Patti & Jen of Country Meadows Bethlehem; Michele & Cathy
The Ageless Beauty Foundation helps senior living residents* in financial need by gifting salon, spa & barber services through the generousity of our many supporters. Our only requirement is that residents are in financial need and do not have anyone contributing to their personal care. Click here to learn more: http://www.maturasalonandspa.com/agelessbeautyfoundation
New Client Rapid Recovery of San Antonio, TX celebrated its Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 3. Rapid Recovery Center serves as the short-stay bridge between the hospital and home. Matura Field Manager Tracy Feltner was on hand for the festivities. More than 600 members of the community celebrated!
A very thankful grandaughter wrote this about Matura Stylist Lisa Laird @Genesis Academy Manor, MA:
Matura fulfilled our Pink-ed Party Promise to the community that posted the highest number of pink streaks in one day!
On Feb. 8, 2018, a “THINK PINK” Certificate of Recognition was awarded to Barn Hill Care Center community for outstanding participation with a record breaking 105 Pink Streaks in our “CHANGE YOUR HAIR. CHANGE A LIFE.” Breast Cancer Awareness Event held on October 25, 2017….and then the real party began!
Recently seven Matura team stylists in Rhode Island gathered together for a hands-on educational session and lunch coordinated by Field Manager Kathy Brickman.
Miss Mary, former teacher's aide at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School in West Orange, NJ, enjoyed a beautiful salon visit with her friend and Matura Field Manager Sherley Baptiste at Park Place Center last week. At school, Miss Mary ran a poetry club where she encouraged children to write and publish their poems.