Business briefs



LiveLight Clinic opens, specializes in weight loss

A new weight loss clinic recently opened on the southside.

LiveLight Clinic is open at 8350 S. Emerson Ave., Suite 140, Indianapolis

Dr. Christy Kirkendol Watson and her staff have operated a clinic on the northside.

Watson’s method is based utilizing a plan specifically created for each person’s body, needs and lifestyle. Patients are provided with medical supervision and input, emotional support and positive reinforcement. Each plan includes homework to help the patient reach his or her desired goals. Once weight loss results are achieved, Christy assists with creating an action plan to ensure pounds are not regained.

Medical fees associated with the program are often tax-deductible. Patients will most likely spend an average of $20 to $40 per month on vitamins or medications and $50 to $70 per week on meal replacement bars and shakes.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 344-0930 or visit

Ellis Team now serving real estate clients

Real estate professional Helen Ellis of Century 21 Scheetz has begun serving clients as a commercial real estate agent, adding to her services as a residential real estate agent.

Ellis, an associate broker at Century 21 Scheetz , is part of a real estate team with her husband, Gene, called the Ellis Team.

She also supports the Century 21 Scheetz Charitable Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides emergency relief for victims of fire, crime and other casualties in the community.

For more information, call Helen Ellis at 987-8129 or Gene Ellis at 987-8987, or visit the Century 21 Scheetz office at 821 N. State Road 135, Greenwood.

Baxter Y awards staff member honor

The Baxter YMCA recognized Carolyn Naumovich with the Baxter Y Champion recently.

The award is given quarterly to a staff member who goes beyond expectations to make the center a better place for members, participants and co-workers.

She first worked at the Y as a shopper, finding bargains for supplies at the Y. Her supervisors were impressed by her hard work and enthusiasm and she was given more responsibilities subsequently.

She is also noted for her help with the Y’s SilverSneakers senior fitness class, developing relationships with many Y members and working with cancer survivors during the LIVESTRONG class.

Keller Williams agents take part in program

Real estate agents with Keller Williams recently participated in a service program called Go Red Day, an annual event for all agents when they perform a variety of volunteer work.

Keller Williams Hometown agents volunteered at the Johnson County fairgrounds May 14 and spruced up the front entrances by trimming bushes, weeding gardens, laying mulch down and planting flowers.

Keller Williams volunteers included Nick Woodring, Lori Ramirez, Jessy Casey, Greg Leugers, Katie Leugers, Denise Sinn-Ott, Suzanne Findley, Kevin Findley, Jerry Ott, Cal Findley, Nancy Wright and Deena Wilham.