■ Auction House Lexington has opened at 3101 Clays Mill Road, Suite 102. The auction house will begin with once-a-month live auctions and twice monthly online auctions. Consignors receive 70 percent of what their item brings at auction. Items may be dropped off from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The auction house will pick up items too large for delivery on Mondays. Items accepted include antiques, furniture, décor, lamps, vases, tools, glassware, dishes, jewelry, pottery, rugs, art and much more.
The Auction House Grille, located in the auction house, offers gourmet food, plus wine and beer. Phone: (859) 223-0471. Web site: Auctionhouselex.com.
■ Timothy E. Geertz has opened the Law Offices of Timothy E. Geertz at 2333 Alexandria Drive. He will represent plaintiffs in the areas of ERISA disability, life and accidental death benefits, personal injury, Social Security appeals and legal malpractice. Phone: (859) 299-2929 or 1-888-985-9529. Web site: Geertzlaw.com.
■ Dana Branham, a financial adviser, has opened Lasting Legacy Wealth Management at 710 East Main Street. Lasting Legacy is affiliated with the national independent brokerage firm LPL Financial. Phone: (859) 705-3416.
■ Central Kentucky Surgery, a physician group practice providing surgical care since 1993, will become a member of the Lexington Clinic's Associate Physician Network on Aug. 1.
■ Central Baptist Hospital has unveiled its Central Baptist Hospital Baby Names mobile application. The app may be accessed at Cbhbabynames.com. Facebook users may use the app to create virtual baby blankets with combinations of baby names. The blankets can be pinned on Pinterest, tweeted on Twitter or become the subject of a Facebook poll, allowing followers to rank their favorite names.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo