Thursday, June 28, 2007

Pat Beachy, of Keymar

MD. dairy judges off to Scotland.
Not only has Beachy been coaching Frederick County kids for 14 years, but this is her second judging trip to Europe. Click for the complete story By BRUCE HOTCHKISS Senior Editor.

Beachy's offers peachy selection.

ARTHUR IL - If you don't have a phone, your business can't be in the phone book. With no computer, your business can't be on the Internet. So how does an Amish grocery store survive with no more advertisement than a few road signs? It's simple, said Levi Beachy of Beachy's Bulk Foods near Arthur: You provide things people can't get anywhere else, at good prices. Click to read this success story by Nicole Milstead H&H Staff Writer.

Letisha Beachy on Virginia Tech.

Letisha is a recent graduate of Virginia Tech. She enjoys writing. It was only natural that she would write about the shooting that took place at Virginia Tech. To read that article and other writings by Letisha click here.

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Sean Elliot Beachy

Announcing our First Annual Anthem Competition winner: Sean Elliot Beachy.
Sean Beachy was born and raised in Western Maryland. He began studying piano at the age of 8 and continued to be involved with music throughout high school. Following graduation, he began his higher education studies at Alderson-Broaddus College in Philippi, West Virginia, majoring in Applied Piano. Sean later studied composition with Joseph Baber at the University of Kentucky and William Averitt at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia, where he earned a Master of Music degree in composition. He is currently pursuing a DMA degree in composition from West Virginia University, studying with composer-in-residence John Beall. Sean is also co-music director and organist for Frostburg United Methodist Church in Frostburg, Maryland. He and his wife, Debi, live in Grantsville, Maryland, along with their three-year-old son, Evan. Click First Baptist Church of Worcester, Massachusetts

Friday, June 01, 2007

Artic Seed Vault

Norway is starting construction on a "doomsday vault" in the Arctic which is designed to house all known varieties of the world's crops. Click for complete story
"This should be applauded," said ROGER BEACHY, president of the Donald Danforth
Plant Science Center in St. Louis. "It's important to save diversity because we
don't know that we have the solutions for world hunger,drought tolerance, cold
tolerance and heat tolerance." Click for more about Roger Beachy