NEW LAWTON BUSINESSES

Green Light Nutrition & Studio, 235 N. Main St., Lawton, recently held a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony. According to owner Jennifer Robertson, the  business “is a community club where people come for good health and nutrition.Rustic Grounds Cafe and Market, 503 N. Main St., Lawton, held at ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening on Monday, Nov. 26. The specialty coffee shop also offers a bakery department, featuring homemade pastries, cakes, pies, and donuts.

    Green Light Nutrition & Studio, 235 N. Main St., Lawton, recently held a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony. According to owner Jennifer Robertson, the  business “is a community club where people come for good health and nutrition.  We offer healthy meals, energizing tea, free wellness evaluations, and more. We specialize in helping clients achieve their health, fitness and weight loss goals by focusing on nutrition, exercise and accountability.” Studio events include Lawton Bootcamp. A 45-minute (high intensity interval training) Tabata-style workout taught by local, certified instructor Betsy Maxwell. It also offers Cardio Drumming and Fitcamp with Sabreena Varney and her Healthy Vibes Fitness Team. Robertson said Green Light is currently looking to expand into yoga and Pilates, if a certified instructor would be looking for space to work out. Also, Robertson said 1,000-square-feet of office/retail space is available for rent adjacent to Green Light Nutrition & Studio. A current class schedule and list of times is available on the Green Light Nutrition, Lawton Facebook page.    

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    Rustic Grounds Cafe and Market, 503 N. Main St., Lawton, held at ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening on Monday, Nov. 26. The specialty coffee shop also offers a bakery department, featuring homemade pastries, cakes, pies, and donuts. The cafe features sandwiches, soup-of-the-day and to-go salads. Next spring the business plans to offer soft-serve ice cream, according to owners Dennis and Kimberly Reynolds. The market has bulk food, featuring soup and dip mixes, candy, noodles and local producer (Honee Bear) of pie fillings, potatoes carrots, and pickled asparagus, and farm house decorations. The business also features a “Made in Michigan” room with local vendors and their specialty products.    Courier-Leader photo/Paul Garrod

Courier-Leader photos/Paul Garrod

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