Your Council will be presenting amendments to the Association Bylaws at the annual meeting of September 25, 2017. The proposed amendments are in the file noted below.
The objective of these amendments is to create an additional class of membership referred as AAP LBO I membership. Complete details will be presented at the annual meeting for discussion and action by the membership.
Our Council is pleased to report all proposed amendments to the Association Bylaws were approved by the membership at the annual meeting of September 25, 2017.
P.E.I. Beauty Supply
1543 Colville Road, Rte 9
PEI Beauty Supply, a well known and respected supplier of beauty products for many years on PEI, has decided to retire and wind down their business. PEI Beauty Supply is owned and operated by Ida and Ray Armstrong.
As part of the winding down process Ida and Ray are selling their remaining inventory at reduced pricing.
Inventory includes professional products by well known manufactures and includes hairdressing supplies (colors, shampoos, etc.) and various hairdressing equipment. In addition to hairdressing supplies we have a supply of products for esthetician services.
Ida and Ray have been loyal and valued supporters to the hairdressing industry for many years and express their sincere appreciation and thank you to the many hairdressers and their salons for their patronage over many years.
To capitalize on this opportunity to purchase professional products at reduced prices contact Ida or Ray at 902-675-2200 or 1-800-794-1449. The plan is to move all inventory in a timely manner, so please don’t delay in checking us out.
April 4, 2017
150 One Salon
150 Queen Street
Hello to my fellow hairdressers:
My name is Karen Murphy and I have been a Master Beauty Operator in PEI for a number of years. I own and operate 150 One Salon in Charlottetown. I am an Islander and like all of you I am very busy with work and life. I love my profession and the positive impact it creates on people.
Unfortunately; I know very few of my fellow professional hairdressers in our beautiful Province. I would like to try and change this by hosting a social evening at my salon. An opportunity to meet other professional hairdressers, share some stories, have a few laughs and demonstrate some of our skills. I suggest having a social evening the second Thursday of each month starting in November with a suggested starting time of 7:00 pm.
I suggest each evening could have a theme so that we could demonstrate our skills. I suggest the theme for November would be “BOBs”.
My salon can accommodate eight (8) hairdressers.
If other salon owners would like to host this event at their salon in the future, that would be fantastic as well.
I would love to get to know you. Have some fun and learn from each other.
If you have interest, please contact me at 902-894-2662 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Light refreshments will be served.
We are pleased to advise the Total Look 2018 Competition will be held on Sunday, April 29, 2018 at the Rodd West Royalty commencing at 4:00 pm. We extend a warm invitation to you to join us and enjoy an amazing show of talent, skills, creativity and professionalism.
The 2018 annual meeting is scheduled as follows:
Date: Monday, September 24, 2018
Location: Rodd Charlottetown Hotel
We invite all members to mark September 24, 2018 in your busy schedules and come join other Island hairdressing professionals to celebrate and share in the value our industry provides to all Islanders.
“WOW” What a Great Show!!
On April 30, 2017 twenty (20) student hairstylists demonstrated their knowledge, skills and professionalism in a competitive environment at the Total Look 2017 competition. This competition was held at the Rodd Royalty Hotel in Charlottetown and was hosted by the P.E.I. Hairdressers’ Association. This well attended event was an excellent presentation of creative and innovative ideas and hair styles. Congratulations to all students who participated in this exciting event. You have done our profession proud. A special congratulations to the three (3) top winners:
Placing Student School
1st place Ms. Courtney Farrell Private Institute of Hair Design
2nd place Ms. Maria Walsh Private Institute of Hair Design
3rd place Ms. Kayla Savidant-MacPhee Private Institute of Hair Design
A special thank you to our suppliers of beauty product gift baskets for draws during the competition.
Maritime Beauty Supplies
In addition to the many draws we invited students, models, their family and friends to make donations of can and dry goods for the Food Bank. Four (4) containers of foods items were donated as well as cash donations of $126.40.
Thank you for your generosity in helping others.
Come join us on April 29, 2018 for another spectacular show.
September 25, 2017
Eighty two (82) members registered for the annual meeting of the Association on September 25, 2017 at the Loyalist Country Inn and Lakeview Resort in Summerside. President Melissa Gallant called the meeting to order and chaired the proceedings.
President Gallant presented the report of Council which reported a busy and productive year for the Association. The report provided detailed review of the following major areas:
Total Look 2017 Student Competition
Audited Financial Statement
Executive Director Gerard Dougan provided a review of the audited financial statements for fiscal year ended August 31, 2017. Mr. Dougan reported the Association experienced strong financial performance during the year with net operating surplus of $3,370. for a total unrestricted net assets of $97,039..
Election of Council Members
Nominating Committee, Angela Bailey presented the report of the nominating committee. The committee presented a complete slate of nominees as well as nominations were received from the floor. Following the election the following members were elected to the Council:
Ms. Angela Bailey; Ms. Lynn Smith; and Mr. Ed Arsenault.
Recognition of Members with twenty-five years of dedicated service
Annually the Association recognizes members who have reached the milestone of twenty-five (25) years of dedicated service to the hairdressing industry in the current year.
Distinguished recipients for 2017 were:
Ms. Linda Arsenault; Ms. Lisa Aylward; Ms. Marie Caseley; Ms. Shelley Chaisson; Ms. Cindy Dunn; Ms. Janice Kelly; Ms. Waneta Lipsett; Ms. April MacDonald; Ms. Michelle MacDonald; Ms. Kendra MacIntyre; Mr. Bashir Mayaleh; Ms. Joy Murphy; Ms. Kelly Scott; Ms. Lori Swayne; Ms. Karen Wallace; Ms. Angela Wood.
Congratulations to all these special members who have provided quality and professional hairstyling services to many Islanders over the past twenty-five (25) years. Work well done !
During the meetings draws for various gifts were made. A total of forty (40) draws were made.
Many thanks to the businesses who supported our draws:
Your ongoing support is very much appreciated
Maritime Beauty Supply
KAO Canada Inc.
ACCELLE Beauty Solutions Inc.
Joico Hair Care
Desjardins Financial Security
Provincial Credit Union