Mayor gives update at Brighter Days II

From staff reports

Louisville Mayor Will Hill recently visited Brighter Days II on Tuesday, August 16, 2016 to update the attendees of the progress of the City of Louisville’s recovery and growth since the April 14, 2014 storms.

Some of the topics that Hill discussed in detail were employment opportunities, the re-opening of the Winston Medical Center as well as updates on the Winston Plywood facility.

Brighter Days II is an elderly day service that promotes personal growth and enhances self-image. It gives participants the chance to remain in the community instead of premature placement in nursing homes or other institutional settings.

They offer daytime supervision and care, physical and mental activities, families or caregiver respite, opportunity for elderly to socialize with others and health and social services. They also offer a nutritious breakfast snack and healthy lunch daily, arts and crafts and monthly outings.


At the Brighter Days event: Andrew Levine, Mayor Will Hill, Jackie Lee, Antoinette Eiland, Malinda Hardin, and Carnette Hudson.

Persons must be 50 years of age or older with Medicaid for services.

For more information on Brighter Days II, which is located at 511 E. Main Street, contact Antoinette Eiland or Malinda Hardin at (662) 773-3638, Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.