Local Loco Model RR Train Show

first_imgThe Local Loco Model Railroad Club will be holding a Model Train Show on Nov. 19, 2016 10 AM – 4 PM & Nov. 20, 2016 Noon – 4 PM, at the Owensville, IN Community Center at the corner of 2nd & Warrick St., Owensville, INThe show will feature operating model railroad layouts in Lionel O gauge, G, HO, N, Z gauge and Lego trains. The hours for the show will be 10:00 am-4:00 pm on Saturday, November 19 and Noon – 4:00 pm on Sunday, November 20.Admission is FREE and open to the public. For further information call 812 479 0111The Local Loco Model Rail Road Club is a non-profit organization whose purpose is entertainment and the promotion of interest in model railroading.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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Play, stay on city’s doorstep

first_imgArt House by Mirvac“The location is incredible – we are in a vibrant, culturally rich community. We really do intend to stay here forever,” Mr Francis said.“We’re close to everything South Brisbane has to offer like the State Library, GOMA and QPAC.”And their daily commute time? In just 15 minutes Mr Francis is at work. For Ms Schneider, it is a five-minute stroll to the office.Location is a big factor for many of those who call South Brisbane home.Census data shows the average age in South Brisbane is 30 – eight years below the national average – and the majority of residents are studying or working in white-collar professions.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoThe majority of residents are still renting, but a push by developers has seen the focus shift from investors to owner-occupiers, and in particular, first-home buyers.The median sales price for a unit in South Brisbane was $542,500, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.A handful of one and two-bedroom apartments at Art House remain, priced from $435,000.“South Brisbane is evolving into one of the most desirable hubs in the city, based on its proximity to South Bank, the Brisbane CBD and the Brisbane River,” Mirvac’s Queensland residential general manager Warwick Bible said.“South Brisbane is the ultimate playground of the city. This lifestyle destination is on the doorstop of our city’s favourite hot spots and is continuing to attract a wide variety of buyers, including young professionals, whether it be singles or couples, who don’t need to use a car to get around the city.”Eve South Brisbane, a 220-unit residential tower, is also nearing completion, as is Ivy, a 252-apartment 30-storey tower. Art House buyers Scott Francis and Claire SchneiderBrisbane lawyers Scott Francis and Claire Schneider have no intention of leaving their new South Brisbane home anytime soon.The couple have moved into their two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment at Art House, the $115 million residential tower recently completed by Mirvac. Mirvac’s Lucid residential apartment development, South Brisbane.. Ivy and Eve, South Brisbane. Abacus Property Group.Both are being developed by Abacus Property Group and KPG Capital.Brisbane Casino Towers (Metro Property Development), Lucid (Mirvac), Brisbane 1 (R&F Properties), and Skyneedle by Pradella Group are under construction. Brisbane Casino Towers has sold outlast_img read more

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Wauge holds on to win round four of Wild West Shoot Out at Cottage Grove

first_imgBy Ben DeatherageCOTTAGE GROVE, Ore. (June 14) – Despite drama on the last lap, Mark Wauge emerged from Tuesday’s Wild West Modified Shoot Out feature at Cottage Grove Speedway with the $1,000 feature win.While the second half of the Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified main event ran practically cau­tion free, Wauge had a close call on the final circuit after another car came to a halt in turn four.Wauge, and the rest of the field, managed to miss the stopped car and crossed the line to win for the second time in his Shoot Out career.Alex Stanford was scored second, followed by Bricen James, Danny Lauer and Randy Brown.Wauge had started from the pole position and built a sizable lead early on.  Following a lap seven re­start, he paced the pack for a long green flag run. As Wauge started to catch the tail end of the field, he was briefly bottled up in lapped traffic before the yellow came out on lap 18.He remained in charge to the finish.A total of 47 Modifieds, representing seven states and British Columbia were entered in the fourth in­stallment of the Shoot Out.Feature results – 1. Mark Wauge; 2. Alex Stanford; 3. Bricen James; 4. Danny Lauer; 5. Randy Brown; 6. John Campos; 7. Kinzer Cox; 8. Eric Ashley; 9. Curtis Towns; 10. Monte Bischoff; 11. Matt Jenner; 12. B.J. Wild; 13. Collen Winebarger; 14. Mark Carrell; 15. Kellen Chadwick; 16. Zach Olson; 17. Jake Mayden; 18. Lawrence O’Conner; 19. Brian Poppa; 20. Kevin Roberts; 21. Travis Peery; 22. Ryan Gaylord; 23. 1Lance Mari; 24. Don Jenner.last_img read more

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Sixteen records tumble at GAPL Raw Nationals

first_img… Maycock and Rahim cop Best Lifters titleA WHOPPING 16 records fell on Sunday at the Guyana Amateur Powerlifting Federation’s (GAPLF) RAW Nationals 2019 which was held at the St Stanislaus auditorium.Vijai Rahim copped the best Male Lifter title on Sunday at the GAPLF Raw Nationals 2019.When the dust had settled, Esther Maycock had copped the Open Class Best Female Lifter and Open Classic Best Female Lifter titles while Vijai Rahim was adjudged the Best Lifter in the Male Open Classic.Competing in the 84+ kg Women’s Open Raw category, Maycock squatted 135kg, bench-pressed 70kg and deadlifted 157.5kg for a total of 362.5kg.Coming in second, behind Maycock, was Shelly Ann Gomes. She competed in the 63kg Women’s Open Raw class and had a squat of 90kg, bench-press of 47.5kg and a deadlift of 125kg for a total of 262.5kgMeanwhile, in the 74kg Men’s Open Raw, Rahim had a monstrous 222.5kg squat, a 127.5kg Benchpress and a whopping 302.5kg deadlift all for a total of 652.5kg. In that same category Jamal Bentley squatted 160.0kg, bench-pressed 120.0kg and deadlifted 207.5kg for his total of 487.5kg which landed him in second place.The Records that fell are as follows:WTCLS      EVENT             FULLNAME          KG                     DIVISION120kg         Total        Ramzam Mohamed           610.0             Male Junior Raw120kg         Squat       Ramzam Mohamed           247.5             Male Junior Raw120kg   Bench Press   Ramzam Mohamed           137.5             Male Junior Raw120kg      Deadlift           Jeremy Smith               302.5             Male Open Raw59kg         Total               Jermy Indarjit              450.0              Male Sub-Jr Raw59kg         Deadlift          Jermy Indarjit              207.5             Male Sub-Jr Raw59kg         Deadlift         Navindra Tamasar        207.5             Male Open Raw66kg         Total            Romario Gonsalves         602.5            Male Junior Raw66kg         Deadlift       Romario Gonsalves        260                Male Junior Raw74kg         Deadlift        Vijai Rahim                   302.5             Male Open Raw83kg         Deadlift         Hardat Tarson              270                Male Open Raw83kg         Total              Hardat Tarson              640.0             Male Open Raw93kg         Total              Nigil Phillips                652.5             Male Master 1 Raw93kg         Squat             Nigil Phillips                262.5             Male Master 1 Raw93kg    Bench Press       Nigil Phillips                142.5              Male Master 1 Raw93kg     Deadlift            Nigil Phillips                247.5              Male Master 1 Rawlast_img read more

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