THOMASTON — The town of Thomaston held a ribbon-cutting event for new businesses Station 118 and RisingTide Boxing.

Station 118 owners Emily Moreau and Scott Goldrick have created a menu featuring classic barbecue, grilled flatbreads, salads, sides, desserts and daily specials.

The restaurant offers curbside service and can provide bulk take-out orders with 48-hours notice. They are open Thursday to Monday, 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

RisingTide owner Laurie Gold, called L.G., has 23-years of experience with non-competitive boxing. The gym provides high-energy co-ed adult boxing classes and private lessons for all skill levels.

Available classes teach proper form with a focus on fitness with partner-based mitt and glove drills and bag work.

For more information visit risingtideboxing.com.

Thomaston ribbon-cutting for RisingTide Boxing. From left: Diane Giese, Thomaston Select Board Chair; Charlie Grover, Economic Development Committee; Laurie Gold, Owner; Brian Doyle, Economic Development Specialist; Sandy Moore, Thomaston Select Board; Lindsay Pinkham, Thomaston Main Street. Photo courtesy of Brian Doyle.