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Business transitions

Lexington Gymnastics and Cheerleading will celebrate its 10th anniversary in a new location. The gym has moved to 2560 Palumbo Drive, Suite 140. Phone: (859) 273-5880. Web site: lexingtongymnastics.com.

The Oasis Care Center, a Christian addictive recovery center, has opened a Women's Residential Center at 115 Jordan's Way in Somerset. The facility provides intensive counseling and rehabilitation for individual struggling with addiction. The center will house up to 12 women at a time for a minimum of 16 weeks at a cost of only $75 per week. For more information, visit oasiscarecenter.org.

Thoroughbred Antique Gallery is having its grand opening Aug. 28-29. An estate jewelry sale will be held all weekend. Jonathan Lundy will be on hand at 11 a.m. Saturday to sign his book, Brunch by Chef Jonathan Lundy, and at 1 p.m. Sunday appraisals will be given by appraisers Mark Boultinghouse and Roy and Pam Ladd. Location: 637 East Main Street. Phone: (859) 233-9375. Web site: thoroughbredgallery.com.

Brenda Stewart and Mary Lee Mahr have combined their 33 years of real estate experience in the Bluegrass area to form a full-service real estate team in Central Kentucky: Thoroughbred Realty Team. Both are licensed Realtors with Keller Williams Bluegrass Realty in Lexington. Web site: www.thoroughbredrealtyteam.com. Phone: Mary Lee, (859) 321-0244 and Brenda, (859) 312-5994.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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