Central Lake resident hopes to make Christmas brighter for East Jordan family

By: 
Linda Gallagher

CENTRAL LAKE — Two little East Jordan boys are facing Christmas without their mother, but a Central Lake resident is hoping to make their holiday a little brighter. 

Torch Cannabis owner Kelly Young first met Lacie Castle in 2018 while in search of a personal trainer. The two hit it off right away, and quickly became fast friends. 

"Lacie met my expectations as a trainer right out of the gate," Young said last week. "Lacie was a young mom, she had positive attitude and I could see she was committed to my health and happiness.  As time grew working together, our friendship grew, and she began to include me in life events like sharing holiday pictures of her family."

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