Owners say watching sunsets from the swimming pool are a pleasure

first_img279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket. 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.The Eus have done a lot of entertaining at their six-bedroom, four-bedroom pad over the years.“We have lots of friends come over, and even when my son was small his friends would come around and they would run around,” Mrs Eu said. 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The stylish property features two covered alfresco entertaining areas, a fire place, bar and dedicated formal dining area.Mrs Eu said they had done some renovations to the home over the years. “The master bedroom had an open balcony which we have closed into a parent’s retreat,” she said.“I could just sit there all afternoon and read a book … My husband enjoys a nap there.” 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.Mrs Eu said she and her husband would spend several hours in their swimming pool during the summer months. “We swim almost every evening,” she said.“We can see the sunset from the pool, it has been one of my greatest pleasures living there.”The home is close to shops and local schools. 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.After 11 years, Rodger and Gladys Eu are making the move back to Singapore and have decided to sell their home at 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.Mrs Eu said her family’s needs had changed and her three children had grown up.She said her son would head back to Singapore with them, with the intention of joining the army.“Our children have really enjoyed living here,” Mrs Eu said.“Even though it’s three levels, it really is a cosy home.” 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket. Mrs Eu said she would love to see another family enjoy the house as much as she does.“We love this house, we have taken great care of the house,” she said.“I look forward to another family loving it as much as us.”last_img read more

MidMichigan Medical Center Alpena Honors World Diabetes Day

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisIn honor of World Diabetes Day, our very own MidMichigan Medical Center Alpena is taking more measures to maintain a healthy community.“It’s a scary disease,” Diabetes Education Coordinator, Angela Soltysiak, RN, BSN said.Those are the words that most would use to describe the chronic illness, diabetes.“I think the biggest thing we can tell people is that they’re not alone. Lean on family, lean on friends. They have providers, they have us here at the diabetes center and we’re more than welcome to help them with whatever they’re struggling with,” she said.This year’s theme is focusing on women and making sure they don’t become victims to the disease.“There are almost 200 million women living with diabetes. By the year 2040 it’s projected to be over 300 million, that is a lot of people,” Soltysiak said.Expecting mothers are most at risk.“1 in 7 pregnancies are affected by gestational diabetes, which can affect the baby, and the baby’s outcome. It also predisposes mom to having diabetes later in life, like a 70 percent chance that she will develop diabetes later in life,” she said.Offering more than just medicine, MidMichigan Medical Center Alpena is making sure that diabetics, and those on the verge of getting the disease stay on track with their goals.“We offer individual appointments, and we offer group classes. Our group classes we do monthly, there are 4, 2 hours each. We do each class once a week for 4 weeks straight,” she said.Pre diabetic and diabetic complications can be controlled if you follow key methods, and put in the work.“I think the more we can educate people and the more we can get the word out there and say: “Hey this isn’t a death sentence, this is manageable and get educated and get your family educated and have them on board with you it can delay a lot of those complications,” Soltysiak said.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Finding The Perfect Time To Start Playing Christmas MusicNext The Buck Pole Brings Tradition, Friends, And Family Togetherlast_img read more