The home at 117 Osborne Drive, BurpengaryTHIS five-bedroom home is on a private acreage block in Burpengary. The property, which is at 117 Osbourne Drive, has been well maintained and backs on to a nature reserve. Owner Lyn Patterson said the home was close to everything while still being in a quiet neighbourhood that would never be built out.“We’ve got the wildlife reserve at the back so we get the kookaburras on the property and plenty of other birds,” she said. The home has four bedrooms with built in wardrobes and there is an ensuite to the main bedroom. The home is on a private, landscaped block.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019There is also a study that could be used as fifth bedroom. The new kitchen has stainless steel appliances, subway tiles and white cabinetry while the dining room and living room both have tiled floors and sliding doors that open to a covered entertainment area. The airconditioned sunken lounge has near-new carpet and access to the entertainment area. The home has been repainted inside and out and the roof has been resprayed. The big kitchen has been updated.Outside, the fully fenced property has been landscaped and features a fully powered 6x9m shed, a water tank, grey water system and a garden shed.Marketing agent Raimo Lavia, of Raine & Horne North Lakes, said the home was in a sought-after acreage pocket in the Burpengary-Narangba area. It is minutes from the Bruce Highway and both the Narangba and Burpengary train stations. Local schools and several shopping centres are within a 10-minute drive of the property. Ms Patterson said she was selling to downsize but would miss having so much space. “I’ll also miss the neighbours because everyone is so friendly,” she said.
For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Both West Indies and Bangladesh will look to get their stumbling campaign back on track when they lock horns with each other in the match number 22 of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 at the County Ground in Taunton on Monday. Both teams have three points each with one win, two defeats and a washout that resulted in splitting the points. While the two teams will fight to keep their semi-finals hope alive, we are spending a lot of time going through the individual states of players, pitch report and more just to get you the right combination for your Dream 11 fantasy league contest that can make you win lakhs.For today’s game, we can expect good scores given the form of both teams unless one of them collapses. With Chrish Gayle and Shai Hope on top of the order and then Nicholas Pooran in the middle and Jason Holder and Andre Russel in the lower, West Indians are batting monsters on their day. Bangladesh, on the other hand, is also playing good cricket and their batsman except opener Tamim Iqbal are chipping in time to time to score runs for the team. Shakib being their star performer is a must to include in your Dream 11 fantasy league team.Players to choose fromBangladesh: Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mehidy Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain, Liton Das, Sabbir Rahman, Abu JayedWest Indies: Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, Shai Hope(w), Nicholas Pooran, Shimron Hetmyer, Jason Holder(c), Andre Russell, Carlos Brathwaite, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas, Shannon Gabriel, Ashley Nurse, Darren Bravo, Fabian Allen, Kemar RoachWest Indies vs Bangladesh Dream 11 team combination, captain and vice-captain pickWicket-keepers: Shai Hope (Captain), Mushfiqur RahimShai Hope averages 94.57 against Bangladesh in 9 ODIs with 3 tons and 6 fifties while Rahim is one of Bangladesh’s most inform players.Batsman: Chris Gayle, Nicholas Pooran, Soumya Sarkar (vice captain), Shakib Al HasanGayle storm against Bangladeshi bowling attack is always likely and Pooran has been in outstanding form for quite some time. Soumya Sarkar is in good touch and he probably can survive the bouncers of West Indies bowlers. Why Shakib Al Hasan? You can be serious while asking this question.All-rounder: Jason HolderIf you wonder why we did not pick Andre Russel, let me tell you he is suffering from a knee injury and unlikely to play. Even if he plays, he won’t bowl too much and picking an unfit player is never clever. Holder picks up wickets, scores runs. Obvious choice.Bowlers: Oshane Thomas, Mashrafe Mortaza, Sheldon CottrellMustafizur Rahman is Bangladesh’ leading bowler and West Indies players will look to play him cautiously. Mortaza, on the other hand, always picks up wicket with his steady line and length and batsmen like to take risk against him. Oshane Thomas and Cottrell are going to be crucial, don’t exclude them.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Madigan Army Medical CenterMilitary beneficiary students at River Ridge High School in Lacey can now access healthcare on campus.Madigan Army Medical Center’s new school-based health clinic at River Ridge is a comprehensive, primary care clinic staffed with a nurse practitioner, a nurse and administrative staff who specialize in taking care of teenagers. This service is available to DEERS eligible Tricare beneficiaries at no cost to the student or the school. The school supports this program by providing space to Madigan staff for the clinic and in marketing and outreach efforts to eligible students.“We are committed to keeping students in school, on time, all day, everyday! By providing access to medical services on-site, we are better supporting our students and their parents by reducing the time away from school for routine medical appointments,” said Dr. Debra Clemens, Superintendent for North Thurston Public Schools. “At River Ridge High School approximately 40 percent of our students are military connected; therefore, the classroom truly becomes the clinic’s waiting room. This expansion of services would not be possible without our strong partnership with Madigan Army Medical Center.”Students can be seen for acute, minor and chronic illnesses, sports physicals, immunizations, and to manage long-term medications such as those for asthma and allergies. In addition, students can access counseling for behavioral health concerns, as well as laboratory and basic pharmacy services.“We are excited to directly enhance the readiness of our military parents by providing this high quality, convenient service to their families,” said Col. (Dr.) Keith Lemmon, the medical director for Madigan’s School Based Health System. “We have great data supporting Soldier readiness improvement, improved quality of care in school clinics, and high student and family satisfaction with the program.”All Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System enrolled active duty or retiree dependent teenagers attending River Ridge High School are eligible for the school-based healthcare services.A kick-off event for the opening of the Madigan school-based health clinic is scheduled for Tuesday, October 16 at 8:45 a.m. The ceremony will be held at the River Ridge auditorium located at 350 River Ridge Dr. SE, in Lacey.School-based health clinics for military-connected students are also in place in the Bethel, Clover Park, Steilacoom and Puyallup school districts.To see photos of the ceremony, please visit Facebook.com/Madiganhealth.