A total of 10 foreign buyers are participating in the project, with 22 participants from the Zagreb area and 10 participants from the Kvarner area. In a few days, during organized networking gatherings, foreign buyers have the opportunity to meet members of the domestic congress industry. The aim of the project is to present Croatian congress facilities, the possibility of award trips and Croatia as an attractive team building destination, but also to create new connections and business opportunities. All participants have the opportunity to get to know the tourist attractions and sights of Zagreb, Istria and Kvarner. Source / photo: Croatian National Tourist Board; Kvarner Tourist Board “Croatia MICE FAM Trip”, more precisely the inspection trip of foreign buyers from the markets of Austria, Germany, Spain, Great Britain, Poland, France and the Netherlands, will be held from 24 to 27 October 2019 in the city of Zagreb, Istria and Kvarner. The project is organized by the CNTB Congress Department in cooperation with the Zagreb Tourist Board and the Congress Office, then the Kvarner Tourist Board and the Opatija Congress Office, and the Istria Tourist Board. The project also involves an agency specializing in business tourism TMF dialogue, whose services were used to bring and select quality customers.
8/9 Nineteenth Avenue, Kirwan is for sale for $199,000.NOW is the perfect time for bargain hunters to get into the property market with quality homes being listed for under $200,000.Properties with airconditioning, remote-controlled garages, pools, built-ins and outdoor entertaining areas are for sale for under $200,000.John Gribbin Realty agent Jim Campbell has several properties for sale for under $200,000 and he said there had never been a better time to buy in Townsville for those who had previously struggled to get into the property market.“We’re at the bottom of the market so anyone who wants to buy is crazy if they don’t,” he said.“When the market turns it usually turns pretty quickly and then there are people left behind who can no longer afford to buy property.“At the moment, it’s mainly people wanting to live in these properties who are looking at them.”Mr Campbell has 8/9 Nineteenth Ave in Kirwan listed for sale for $199,000.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 2020The property has two bedrooms, one bathroom and a remote-controlled garage and is close to schools and shopping centres.The home also has a pool in the complex, large courtyard and airconditioning.14/354 Ross River Rd in Cranbrook is even cheaper at $162,000 with two bedrooms and one bathroom. Or, 15 Jabiru Ave in Condon has three bedrooms on 671sq m of land and the price has been reduced to $185,000 negotiable.Mr Campbell said uncertainty around the State Government election and doubts being cast over the Adani project had deterred some house hunters from buying but he urged them to get into the market now.“We were starting to get a bit of interest before the election but then it just died off,” he said.“They are looking but they are just not game enough to go ahead with it and take that next step.“If you can do it then now is the time to buy.”For more information, call Jim Campbell on 0417 717 778.
Helen M. Russell, of Wellington, died Wednesday, November 25, 2015 at her home in Wellington, Kansas at the age of 80.Following cremation, a private interment will be held at the Rye Cemetery in Rye, Colorado.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.cornejodayfuneralhome.com.Arrangements are by Cornejo|Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington, Kansas.
“We are in a pretty heavy training phase, so it was great to see them compete so well on fatigued legs and that will pay dividends as our season goes on,” Hostager said. The Bulldogs’ season continues next weekend with members of the team competing at Nebraska and in Des Moines in a meet hosted by Grand View. Oz Memorial – Sept. 9, 2016Les Bolstad Course – Falcon Heights, Minn. FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. – Racing against strong competition and following two weeks of hard training, the Drake University cross country team turned in strong performances at the Oz Memorial on Friday, Sept. 9, evening. “Reed had another outstanding race and put himself in contention for the win with the lead pack,” Hostager added. Chris Kaminski (New Lenox, Ill.) was the second Bulldog across the line in 21:17.0. Men’s Team Results1. Wisconsin, 252. Minnesota, 513. South Dakota State, 634. Drake, 100 Senior Reed Fischer (Minnetonka, Minn.) turned in another tremendous performance following a grueling week of training with a fourth-place finish in the men’s 4-mile race with a time of 20:01.4. Fischer was briefly tripped up at the 5k mark, but rebounded well to challenge the lead pack. Women’s Team Results1. Minnesota, 352. Wisconsin, 383. South Dakota State, 714. Drake, 105 The Bulldogs faced competitors from Wisconsin, Minnesota and South Dakota State. “We were a little short-handed tonight but really had some great efforts on a tough course against some top competition,” said Drake head coach Dan Hostager. “There were some strong efforts across the board we and even ended up with a few personal bests despite the tough course conditions.” Drake Men’s Individual Results4 Miles4. Reed Fischer, 20:01.429. Chris Kaminski, 21:17.033. Kyle Cass, 21:22.738. Kyle Brandt, 21:46.842. Matthew Cozine, 22:38.843. George Webb, 23:10.344. Xavier Lechleitner, 23:14.1 The women’s team was again paced by junior Bailee Cofer (Overland Park, Kan.) who was 18th overall in the women’s 6-kilometer race with a 23:34.6 finish. Freshman Mykaela Cole (Urbandale, Iowa) had another strong showing in 32nd place against veteran runners with a time of 24:37.2. Drake Women’s Individual Results6 Kilometers18. Bailee Cofer, 23:34.632. Mykaela Cole, 24:37.233. Morgan Garcia, 24:44.046. Olivia Rogers, 25:53.251. Shelby Varney, 28:37.8 Print Friendly Version