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1314 Huntingdon Pike Open House: Sunday, June 2nd from 1:00- 3:00 PM

by Diane Cardano-Casacio & Her Team

Sunday, June 2nd from 1:00- 3:00 PM there will be an open house at 1314 Huntingdon Pike, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006.

Check out this fabulous raised Ranch in impeccable condition with tons of upgrades, ample storage, and hardwood floors throughout. This property has loads of curb appeal and is situated in a wonderful location, close to shopping, bus, train, hospital, and schools. Enjoy the slate walkway to quaint covered porch and new Transon front door. Entertain friends and family in the quaint living room with stone fireplace, newer Bay window, and flat screen TV included. Come see this property before it's gone!

Hope to see you there and look out for our other open houses this Sunday!

http://1314huntingdonpike.com/

1656 Susquehanna Road Open House: Sunday, June 2nd from 2:00- 4:00 PM

by Diane Cardano-Casacio & Her Team

Sunday, June 2nd from 2:00- 4:00 PM there will be an open house at 1656 Susquehanna Rd, Jenkintown, PA 19046. Don't miss out on an opportunity to see this fabulous listing the day after it goes on the market!

It is a meticulous stone colonial in Rydal with over 1 acre of beautiful manicured grounds!  This home features beautiful hardwood floors throughout, a gourmet kitchen with granite cabinets, and a living room with a magnificent fireplace. Imagine entertaining your friends in the upstairs media room with movie seats or outside on the covered porch. Last but not least, this property has a bridge to a fabulous in-ground pool with cabana!               

There is so much more to tell you… Come to view this site for yourself to believe it!! Stay tuned for our other open houses this Sunday.

http://1656susquehannard.com/

Summertime Has Finally Arrived!

by Diane Cardano-Casacio & Her Team

The Montgomery County Area is expecting the first heat wave of the season at the end of this week. Temperatures are expected to soar to 90 degrees and over starting this Thursday. We recommend using this opportunity to attend one of the local swim clubs: the Glenside Swimming Pool or the Abington YMCA. Try your best to stay cool!

Raising The Roof - Habitat for Humanity

by Diane Cardano-Casacio & Her Team

Interested in making a difference in your neighborhood? Consider volunteering your time with Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County. Organize the Habitat Restore for an afternoon or spend a weekend raising a roof! Volunteers are welcome as individuals or as part of a group so sign-up today!

http://www.habitatmontco.org/

Patriotic Painting Party!

by Diane Cardano-Casacio & Her Team

Looking for unique ways to celebrate your memorial weekend? Try something new and impress your friends with a masterpiece that you create all your own. This family-friendly event is a perfect way to celebrate this holiday in style!

http://www.theuncorkedartist.com/event-registration?ee=323

Abington Memorial Hospital Receives Recognition

by Diane Cardano-Casacio & Her Team

Congratulations to our neighbor Abington Memorial Hospital's Cancer Center for earning an outstanding achievement award from The Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). This prestigious recognition recognizes the hospital's excellence in patient treatment and quality care.

The director of the Rosenfeld Cancer Center, John Redmond comments on the award, “This recognizes our multi-modality, evidence-based program through which we bring patient-centered care to our community.” As one the three hospitals in Pennsylvania that have received this honor, the Abington Memorial Hospital is extremely deserving.

http://www.amh.org/forthemedia/2013/abington-memorial-hospitals-cancer-program-earns-outstanding-ach/

Take Advantage of Local Opportunities for Your Child this Summer!

by Diane Cardano-Casacio & Her Team

 

Summer is almost here, are you looking for fun and enriching activities for your child?

Consider signing them up for a week-long summer art camp at Alpern Art Studio in Dresher, PA. They offer classes for children aged 5-12 in a wide variety of subjects including clay, drawing, painting, and even book-making. No experience is necessary, just an open-mind and a positive attitude!

http://alpernart.com/

Support for Oklahoma

by Diane Cardano-Casacio & Her Team

In the wake of the terrible destruction of the massive, mile-wide tornado in Moore yesterday, millions of Americans are rallying together to help the residents of Oklahoma.

If you would like to help the effort there are several ways you can do so:

  • Donate at RedCross.org or text REDCROSS to 90999.
  • Also, you can support The Salvation Army by donating online or by texting STORM to 80888 to contribute $10 or by making a donation via phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY.

 

It’s MAY, Let’s talk about your weekend gardening chores!

by Diane Cardano-Casacio & Her Team

Beware treacherous late frosts and keep vulnerable plants and new shoots protected at night if frost is forecast. Don’t be tempted to put out tender bedding until the middle of the month and even then be prepared to cover it if necessary.

Continue with the spring cleaning. Hoe your borders to get rid of weeds before they take hold - annual weeds such as bitter cress and groundsel are enough of a nightmare without allowing them to go forth and multiply by seeding. If it’s dry, attack ground elder and the like with systemic weed killer painted onto the leaves. Remember these systemic weed killers are indiscriminate and will kill anything they contact. Dandelions are a monstrous nuisance at this time of year - if you don’t have time to deal with them terminally, at least chop their heads off before they set seed.

Mulch away while you can still see what you are doing and before the herbaceous growth really takes off. Use your own garden compost or leaf mold, well rotted manure, the contents of out-of-date grow bags or ready-made soil conditioner.

Now the soil is warming up and things are starting to grow, add general purpose fertilizer before covering with mulch especially in borders, the fruit and vegetable patch and containers. If you have already mulched, draw it back (if possible), tease the soil a little, add fertilizer and replace the mulch.

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Diane Cardano & Associates
CARDANO Realtors
1021 Old York Road, Suite 401
Abington PA 19001
Office: 215-576-8666
Fax: 215-576-8677