Brisbane Heat player Chris Lynn. Photographer: Liam Kidston.PROFESSIONAL cricketer Chris Lynn has listed his Kedron investment property for rent.The four-bedroom Queenslander at 54 Fifth Ave has been advertised for lease for $400 a week, and is available on December 18. This house at 54 Fifth Ave, Kedron, is for lease. Picture: CoreLogic.The house, built in 1930, sits on a huge 810sq m block in one of Kedron’s best streets – perfect for a hit of backyard cricket. It’s also walking distance to public transport and bike paths, and accessible to the M3 and M7 tunnels. The kitchen in the house at 54 Fifth Ave, Kedron. Picture: CoreLogic.Features include ceiling fans in the bedrooms, new carpets, a fully-fenced yard and separate living and dining areas.But the best bit is that it comes with yard maintenance included in the rent. Inside the house at 54 Fifth Ave, Kedron, which is for lease. Picture: CoreLogic.Records show Lynn paid $842,000 for the property in 2014. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoThe Queensland Bulls’ batsman lives nearby in the suburb of Windsor, but in a much swankier property. This house at 54 Fifth Ave, Kedron, is for lease. Picture: CoreLogic.He paid $1.7 million for an impressive six-bedroom, five-bathroom home there in January 2017.Brisbane-born Lynn is also a batsman for the Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League. The Windsor house Chris Lynn also owns.
Dona S. Washburn, 79, of Greensburg passed away on Friday, October 7, 2016 at her home. Dona was born on July 11, 1937 in Greensburg, the daughter of James Leonard and Dona Opal (Holder) Bruner. Dona worked for KB Foods in Greensburg for 19 years. Dona was engaged to Bud Whitaker and he preceded her in death on March 17, 2006. She is survived by her son; Mark (Sheila) Washburn, New Point, daughter; Sheila (Charles) Diekhoff, Greensburg, brother; Jerry (Alice) Bruner, sister; Beverly (Eugene) Merriman, Greensburg, 2 grandchildren; Erica Jeffries and Jessica Diekhoff, and 3 great grandchildren; Hae-Leigh Washburn, Able Stetson, and Shayla Jeffries. Dona was preceded in death by her parents, sister; Sandy Griffith, and grandson; Dana Washburn. Visitation will be at Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg on Tuesday from 1 to 3 pm. Funeral services will be held at 3 pm on Tuesday, October 11 at Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home with Rev. Bill Turner officiating. Burial will follow at South Park Cemetery. Memorials can be made to Hospice.Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com
Facebook30Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Harlequin Productions Sixties Chicks Too, Harlequin Productions’ highly successful summer musical, has been extended for an additional week and will now close on July 25. Harlequin’s original musical celebration of the 1960’s greatest female singers and songwriters has attracted thousands of patrons to the State Theater in downtown Olympia.“We extend our summer musicals for additional weeks if the demand is there,” said Harlequin Artistic Director and Director of the show, Linda Whitney. “In this case the demand has been overwhelming, and that’s a great problem to have!”The show, which was originally scheduled to finish its performance run on July 19, features songs by such artists as Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, Janis Joplin, The Supremes, Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, and more.WHO: Harlequin ProductionsWHAT: Sixties Chicks Too, a Harlequin original musical celebrationWHEN: June 18-July 25, 2015; Thursdays-Saturdays at 8:00pm, Sunday matinees at 2:00pmWHERE: The Historic State Theater – 202 4th Avenue East, Downtown Olympia 98501PRICE: General: $39, Senior/Military: $35, Student/Youth: $2DEALS: Rush tickets available at Box Office ½ hour before curtainTICKETS: Tickets and info available at harlequinproductions.org, or by calling 360/786-0151RATING: Bring the family!Harlequin Productions is a professional not-for-profit theater company in Olympia, WA, dedicated to the creation of stimulating and enriching theatrical experiences by producing an eclectic season of new works, “buried treasures,” and unconventional treatments of classics. Through a dynamic selection of extraordinary material, we explore the human adventure in search of theatrical magic that stretches the mind, nourishes the soul, and inspires human empathy.