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Things to do this weekend: Ribbon cuttings, music and more

A new year means new things on the horizon for Columbia, and there’s no excuse when it comes to finding fun things to do this weekend.

1. Ribbon cuttings

New businesses are definitely a thing to celebrate, but what if those businesses took it a step further with what they have to offer?

Abe’s BBQ Smokehouse, one of Columbia’s original food trucks, is hosting a fun day of food Friday starting at 10:30 a.m. Abe’s is located at 1075 N. James M. Campbell Blvd. As someone who has enjoyed Abe’s BBQ delectables, I recommend you stop by for your Friday lunchtime BBQ fix. The brisket is prime.

The Columbia McDonald’s at 1225 Trotwood Ave. will also host a ribbon cutting Friday at 8:30 a.m. to celebrate recent renovations for the local fast-food chain. The restaurant was featured as the cover story in the spring 2018 edition of Maury Life magazine.

2. Le-Vel up at CA

Need a new health plan to help you succeed in that new year’s resolution?

Le-Vel will host a free public event at Columbia Academy, located at 1101 West 7th St., from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Saturday, with the goal to get Columbia on a healthier, more positive track in 2019.

The company promotes THRIVE, an eight-week lifestyle system aimed to help people “experience peak physical and mental levels” through vitamin supplements and creating a regimen catered toward the individual.

There will be cash and credit giveaways, as well as live music by Freed-Hardeman alumni Maggie Nash, who recently opened for Scot Hamilton. Columbia’s Premier Athletics All Star Cheerleaders will also wow the audience with a performance.

“It’s all about transformation in 2019. I just want people to feel great, spend time with their kids,” local THRIVE rep Misty Skelton said. “It’s pretty amazing what this company has done for the community. Lots and lots

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