A timber deck overlooks the swimming pool.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The home has three bedrooms and a family bathroom upstairs along with the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area.The kitchen has an island bench, pull out pantry, Caesarstone benchtops, European appliances, a pot filler and underskirt lighting.Mrs Aleo said the louvres looking out to the garden gave the kitchen a feeling on being in a tropical oasis.Downstairs, the parents retreat includes a big bedroom with built-in robes, a bathroom with rain shower, a lounge, and a home office with built-in cupboards and sink. The kitchen and living area overlook the tropical garden.Outside, there is a paved patio area, set up for barbecues, and a covered poolside deck.“We created an entertainer’s delight because we love having friends over and enjoying the outdoor lifestyle,” Mrs Aleo said.“The whole property has real tropical oasis feel. It’s really calm and comfortable and it’s a great place to bring children up in.“We love living here and we love the area. Keperra has so much on offer but you still feel like you’re on the way to the country.“The only reason we’re selling is to travel around Australia with our kids.”The home is being marketed by Christine McKay from Harcourts Solutions for offers over $675,000. The home at 98 Fihelly St, KeperraTHIS Keperra home has been lovingly transformed from a classic 1950s cottage into a spacious family home.Jennifer and Mark Aleo currently call 98 Fihelly St home, as do their three children and pet dog.The couple bought the home in 2007 and gave it a complete makeover.“When we bought it, it was very boxy and it didn’t have a hallway,” Mrs Aleo said. “We lifted the house so we could build in underneath and we removed walls in the main living areas.“Then we put another wall in to create a hallway with a sleeping wing on one side and an open-plan living area on the other.”
In the three-day highlight of thefestival, BCPO recorded only 27 street crimes – 62.79-percent lower compared tolast year’s 43. BACOLOD City – Peaceful andsuccessful. This was how the Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) assessed the21-day staging of this year’s MassKara Festival. He also cited the gun ban and mobilephone signal shutdown in some areas. The BCPO also reported onerape-related incident, two robberies and nine theft cases. No incidents ofcarnapping or motornapping were recorded this year./PN Photo by Ian Paul Cordero/PN BCPO spokesperson Lieutenant ColonelAriel Pico said there were no major crimes from Oct. 7 to 27. “These security protocols contributeda lot in reducing the crime rate during the festival,” he said. He added that this year, there were nocases of murder or homicide, while the number of physical assault cases droppedto only four. Last year, there were 14 recorded incidents. Pico attributed this to stringentsecurity measures not just at festival sites but also in strategic placesacross the metro. “The eight focus crimes includedmurder, homicide, rape, physical injury, robbery, carnapping, motornapping, andtheft,” Pico said. “The public was prohibited frombringing knapsacks, pointed sticks, bottled beverages, and deadly weapons forthe safety of the revelers,” said Pico.
(MIRAMAR, Florida – The City of Miramar is excited to present the Community Theatre Program – Shakespeare in the Park. The performance entitled, “Hamlet in the Hood” is scheduled for Sunday, December 8, 2019 at 4:00PM.It is an original music production written and directed by JoMarie Payton (TV personality, Singer, Actress Director) from the hit TV show, Family Matters, and featuring students from the program. JoMarie will be available for interviews before the performance.Miramar Community Theatre is structured as 10 week sessions where students will engage in hands-on-participatory activities that culminate in the development of a full stage production. This learning through the arts initiative encourages creative thinking, breaks down barriers and builds self-confidence while honing both on stage and behind-the-scenes skillsets.Our dedicated Community Theatre youth will present Shakespeare in the Park: Hamlet in the Hood produced by JoMarie Payton! Enjoy an afternoon in the park and watch the Miramar Community Theatre put on a one of a kind free performance filled with comedy and fun for the entire family! Come 30 minutes early and enjoy free face painting for children 12 and under! Don’t forget your lawn chairs!This event is FREE and open to the Community! RSVP at https://mccshakethepark.eventbrite.com . Your support of this show is also support for the preservation and progression of Cultural Arts for future generations!