8 Darwalla Ave, Currumbin.ALL three owners of this beachfront property could become be paper millionaires over night with help from their Currumbin unit block.Located at 8 Darwalla Ave, the beachfront property is on the market for $3.15 million. The home stretches out on 653sq m and comes with comes with 18m worth of golden beach frontage. One of the owners is soil scientist Dennis Baker who bought unit one of the three for $77,000 in 1983. “I couldn’t even afford it at the time but my wife and I agreed we would just get a loan and pay it off,” Mr Baker said.The father-of-three said he and his wife had been using it as a holiday-home for the past 15 years. “When we first inspected it we stepped off the street, through the front door and the right through the house to the sandy beach,” he said.“The kids bolted towards the sand.” 8 Darwalla Ave, Currumbin.Sophie Carter from Sophie Carter Exclusive Properties is marketing the property, Sandy Cove, and said the three-unit block is one of six left. “The whole property is on the market for the first time since it was built,” Ms Carter said. “Sandy Cove has never been inundated during cyclonic conditions and it sits in a natural cove that protects it from even the biggest tides or high seas,” she said. The property has a medium density residential and a three-storey height limit. 8 Darwalla Ave, Currumbin.Mr Baker said it has been his paradise ever since.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“We love the Gold Coast, we decided to officially move from Brisbane and officially set up here.”While Mr Baker lives in Surfers Paradise he swears by taking a holiday on the southern end of the Gold Coast.“When the kids we’re young we spent six long weeks at that Currumbin unit,” he said. Mr Baker said he and the other two owners have agreed to sell the block after holding onto it tightly. “The unit block was originally built by the family in unit two, its been in their family for years,” he said.Mr Baker said the home reminded him of the 70s every time he stepped through the door. “It’s a bit of a flashback, with all the developments on the coast this place is a nice reminder of what life was once like.”
523 Gieseman Rd will be open for inspection on Sunday from 3pm-3.45pm before the auction on-site on October 6 at 1pm. 523 Gieseman Rd, Black River 523 Gieseman Rd, Black RiverThe property has been broken up into 13 paddocks and if fully fenced while the modern house is made from timber and steel and has been designed for indoor and outdoor living.Ray White Kirwan agent Craig Currie said the home offered an ideal semirural lifestyle as it was still close to schools, shopping centres and infrastructure.“It has all the modern conveniences of a normal house in town but you’ve got 75 acres of land,” he said.“The way it’s been broken up into small paddocks works really well with grazing in the dry.“it would be perfect for horses and cattle.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“It can also still be bought on a normal residential contract.” 523 Gieseman Rd, Black RiverAN EQUINE paradise with 75 acres of land and an immaculate homestead will be sold under the hammer on October 6.The four bedroom, two-bathroom, four car property complete with a swimming pool is located at 523 Giesman Rd, Black River. 523 Giesman Rd, Black RiverThe property has a bore and two dams with water points in various locations.The homestead was built 12 years ago and has 325 sqm of under-roof space with rural views.Entry to the property is via a 600m long driveway lined with trees that has been raised to ensure the homestead is accessible in all weather conditions.A huge, 4m wide deck wraps around one side of the home and overlooks the in-ground swimming pool.Mr Currie said the owners are motivated to sells and would be considering offers before the auction.“The owners weren’t certain where it will sit in the current market and they wanted to get that feedback from the market which is why we’re going to auction,” he said.“The owners are very keen for this property to go.” For more information call Craig Currie on 0428 149 000.
The Batesville Lady Bulldogs lost to The SD Lady Knights 9-3 in Varsity Softball action.Batesville vs. SD Varsity Softball (4-10)The JV teams battle to 3-3 tie.Batesville vs. South Dearborn JV Softball (4-11)On Monday (4-13), The Lady Dogs will travel to EIAC rival East Central for a 5:30 varsity start time. JV to follow.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Jody Thomas.
The EC Women’s swim team start the season 2-0 as they down the Raiders of South Ripley and Indians of Milan in a Tri-meet on Thursday night. EC Girls won 64, South Ripley 56, Milan 50.Individual Winners include: Alexis deLong-100 Butterfly, 100 Backstroke and Olivia Nixon-100 Freestyle.EC won 2 of the three relays bring home the first victories of the season.After Thanksgiving break, The AquaTrojans will host conference rival Greensburg on Tuesday December 1. Come out and support the AquaTrojans!!!Courtesy of Trojans Coach Brandon Loveless.
Indianapolis, In. — In June, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) began mailing new, more secure cards to Medicare beneficiaries in Indiana. Beneficiaries do not need to do anything to get new cards, and they are being mailed at no cost to the recipient. If you receive Medicare, your benefits will not change with your new card.The new cards are much more secure to use. The old cards displayed the beneficiary’s Social Security number (SSN). Identity thieves frequently use SSNs to steal identities, open credit cards or take out loans in someone else’s name. While the new cards do not have SSNs, scammers may use this transition period to try to steal your personal information.The Indiana Department of Insurance provides the following information for Medicare beneficiaries:You do not need to pay for a new Medicare card. If anyone claiming to represent Medicare, the CMS or the government tries to charge you for your card, it is a scam. NEVER give your SSN, bank or credit card information, or send cash to anyone who says it is required to get your Medicare card.Do not give your Medicare number to people you do not know or have not contacted first. Some scammers call pretending to be from the CMS or Medicare. However, these organizations will NEVER require your personal information in exchange for your Medicare card. Only share your Medicare number with your doctors or Medicare personnel that you contacted directly. Do not let strangers help complete applications or forms that include personal information.Do not give financial information to people you do not know. If someone asks for bank or credit card information, promising to deposit a rebate or bonus into your account because of your new Medicare card, that is a scam.Do not believe anyone who tells you that your Medicare will be canceled unless you give them your Medicare number. If someone asks for your Medicare number and threatens to cancel your health benefits if you do not provide it, hang up! If you receive a suspicious call, contact 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227; TTY: 1-877-486-2048).Destroy your old Medicare card. Once you receive your new Medicare card, destroy your old Medicare card by shredding or cutting it into pieces, and start using the new one right away.You can find more information about the new Medicare cards at Medicare.gov.More InformationThe Indiana Department of Insurance State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP), a free and impartial counseling program, answers questions about Medicare from Hoosiers. If you suspect Medicare fraud, contact Indiana’s Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) at 317-205-9201 or contact SHIP for assistance.If you have questions about Medicare or your new Medicare cards, call SHIP at 1-800-452-4800, 1-866-846-0139 TDD or online at www.medicare.in.gov.About Indiana Department of InsuranceThe Indiana Department of Insurance (IDOI) protects Indiana’s insurance consumers by monitoring and regulating the financial strengths and market conduct activities of insurance companies and agents. The IDOI monitors insurance companies and agents for compliance with state laws to protect consumers and to offer them the best array of insurance products available. The IDOI also assists Hoosiers with insurance questions and provides guidance in understanding how insurance policies work.
Eric Carter Heim, 54, of Dillsboro, Indiana, passed away Thursday January 17, 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio.He was born May 2, 1964 in Evansville, Indiana, son of Mary Ellen Waltz and the late Harley Heim.Eric worked as manager of the Tanner Creek Station.He served his country as a member of the United States Army. Eric was very proud of his time in the military. He was actively involved with the New Bay View Grill which is opening up this spring. He worked on building design and menu planning. Eric loved to cook. He enjoyed fishing and was an avid reader. He loved antiquing, primitives, and ebay, he was a true picker. Eric had a big heart for animals, but he really loved his dog Sammy. He was a sports fan, especially football. Eric, along with Larry Boyd, managed the Industrial Park Tanner Creek Station. Eric did restaurant reviews for YELP. He loved to tease and play pranks on people, he did not know a stranger and he will be missed.Eric is survived by his loving spouse Franciene Heim (Strzok); mother, Mary Ellen (Vern) Waltz; brother, Royce Heim of Lawrenceburg, IN; nieces and nephews, Lauren & Haley Heim, Natalie Strzok, Matthew Strzok, Andrew Strzok, Kelsey King, Jacqui Cohn, AJ Yost, Nicholas Reeves, Katie Sanford, Christine Strzok, Noah and Daniel Henderson.He was preceded in death by his father, Harley Heim.Friends will be received Wednesday, January 23, 2019, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, 219 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the funeral home, Thursday January 24, 2019 at 11:00 am with Rev. David Blazier officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana. Military graveside services will be conducted by members of local Veterans Service Organizations.Contributions may be made to the American Kidney Foundation or PAWS. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Amy Streator & Paul KetchamBatesville, In. — The Ripley County Community Foundation has been busy connecting people who care with causes that matter! The Foundation awarded $3,000 in small grants to six non-profits in the first quarter of 2019. The small grant cycle was developed to assist local charitable organizations with short-term immediate needs. The RCCF Board of Directors is pleased to announce the following grant recipients: $500 to Batesville FFA which will support their efforts to host a Tri-State Livestock Judging Contest; $500 to Batesville Fire Department to assist with the purchase of a Lucas Mechanical CPR device; $500 to Ripley County Tourism Bureau for the Ripley County Reads…One Giant Leap program; $500 to Southeastern Career Center to purchase CPR mannequins; $500 to Summer Food for Kids of Batesville, IN to supplement operational costs; and $500 to Tyson Community Foundation for fitness equipment.The grant opportunities made available by RCCF are important to the continued vitality of Ripley County. Amy Streator, RCCF Executive Director stated, “these grants will ensure that local CPR training programs remain compliant with American Heart Association protocols; will enhance leadership opportunities for local youth; and will expand local STEM opportunities by bringing a portable planetarium to the Milan Library.” Streator further noted, “a relatively small financial investment today will have a significant impact on Ripley County, now and for the foreseeable future.”Southeastern Career Center – CPR Mannequins Mary, Ben Sieverding and Christine GrossmanThe annual small grant process is made possible thanks to the COMMUNITY GRANTING ENDOWMENTS held at RCCF. Currently, there are 21 Community Granting Endowments, namely, Duwane & Doris Bonfer Family Fund; Bruns-Gutzwiller Community Granting Fund; Steve & Linda Chandler Family Fund; City of Batesville Fund; Collier Family Fund; Ralph & Ethel Dunbar Fund; ETC Fund; FCN Bank Fund; Hartman Family Fund; John A. Hillenbrand Foundation Community Granting Fund; Hillenbrand Inc. Fund; Hill-Rom Fund; Kellerman Family Fund; Miles Grandchildren Fund; Louis Hunter Mitchell Family Fund; Jeff & Mary Ollier Family Fund; Gilmore & Golda Reynolds Fund; RCCF Community Granting Endowment; Rising Sun Regional Foundation Fund; Dan & Jamie Schantz Family Fund; and Tanner Tucker Pay It Forward Fund.There are three more Small Grant cycles this year so be sure to check the Ripley County Community Foundation website for application information! Visit the website here or on location at 13 E. George Street, Suite B in Batesville.
According to the Daily Mail Tottenham chairman Daniel Levey was hoping to sell Adebayor to the Spanish club as part of the deal that is being negotiated for Bale.The article reveals that Adebayor was offered by Levy to Perez when the two men met earlier this week to discuss a possible transfer of the Welsh forward.It appears that Spurs want to get rid of Adebayor and were therefore prepared to throw him into a deal for another player.The same article reveals that Adebayor is currently on leave from Tottenham as he is attending the funeral of his brother.However, it is reported that Togo international may not return to White Hart Lane due to his relationship with manager Villas-Boas having deteriorated significantly since the end of last season.However, despite rumours that Adebayor will quit Tottenham this summer he has featured in Tottenham’s pre-season matches. The striker played in the 0-0 draw at Colchester and was also present in Hong Kong when Tottenham lost 3-1 to Sunderland.
Ghana goalkeeper Adam Larsen Kwarasey is to join the Portland Timbers of the MLS according a report in Norwegian newspaper Verdan Gang(VG).The player has been club searching since he ended his seven-year stay with Norwegian team Stromgodset whom he led to a first league title in almost four decades in 2013 whilst being voted Norwegian goalkeeper of the year.Kwarasey has been inactive since the end of the Norwegian league in September and will provide competition for Timbers goalkeepers Andrew Webber and Jake Gleeson as they fight for playoff spot in the Western Conference of the league.Kwarasey is temporarily retired from the national team of Ghana but could make a return by the start of the AFCON 2015 in Equatorial Guinea.
On Wednesday, a Constituent Assembly of Taekwondo Federation of BiH was held in the premises of Novi Grad Municipality.After the opening of the session, the working body was formed, and after that Statute of the Federation has been adopted and the Presidency of three members has been elected and whose members are: Zejd Dukmenić, August Orlović and Duško Kusmuk.Also, Executive Board was formed, whose members are Zvnoko Antunović, Petar Bobab, Munir Gaković, Edin Kajević, Branislav Njegovan and Dalibor Kovačević.Members of the Supervisory board are Amir Topoljak, Jakov Dolić and Dragan Stanišić.President of the Assembly is Branislav Milošević, while Dražen Jurčević is his deputy.Dražen Kusmuk was elected the chairman of the Presidency for 16 months.The Taekwondo Federation of BIH will continue its continuity at International Federations of WTF and ITF as well as in the Olympic Committee of BIH.