Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and City Councillor Michael McQuillen paid a visit to Still Waters Adult Day Center on Monday, March 18.

Ballard and McQuillen toured the Center and visited with Still Waters’ guests, staff, and volunteers.

Both expressed support for the Center and its parent organization, Castleton United Methodist Church.  “I don’t get to spend a lot of time in the Lawrence Township area, but there are some terrific things going on in this community,” said Ballard.  “I’m glad I got to see this because it is clear, you are doing some terrific work,” he continued.

McQuillen, who represents Indianapolis’ District 12 on the Indianapolis Marion County Council, was equally impressed.  He was excited to see Still Waters’ guests working on a service project for Crestview Middle School.  “My wife is the librarian at Crestview,” he said.  “It’s wonderful that you are reaching out and helping our local schools,” he added.

Both Ballard and McQuillen agreed that ministries like Still Waters help make the community a better place.

Kathy Pellman, Executive Director of Still Waters Adult Day Center (right) explains to Mayor Ballard (center right) how the program serves both older adults and their families.
Also pictured are Rev. Tracey Leslie, Associate Pastor at Castleton United Methodist Church (left) and Amy Hogan, Assistant Director of Still Waters (center left).

 

 

 

 

Councillor Mike McQuillen (left) visits with Still Waters guests and staff.  Our guests were busy doing a service project for Crestview Elementary School in Lawrence Township.  

 

 

 

 

Mayor Ballard visits with Still Waters’ student volunteers Joey and Shelby.  The two are students from Lawrence North High School and help at Still Waters as part of their service learning.