Saturday, May 05, 2007
SUGARCREEK – Beachy’s Country Chalet will host its annual benefit for Hospice of Tuscarawas County May 12 from 4 until 9. “We’re very proud to put on this event to benefit Hospice,” said Mary Beachy, chairwoman for the event. Since it began over 11 years ago, the event has raised more than $50,000 to benefit hospice.” In addition to tips collected by servers, Dave Beachy, owner of Beachy’s Country Chalet, has pledged the donation of all beverage sales from the evening. Click here for nore information.
Posted by Watchman at 5:18 PM
Daniel Beachy Hickory furniture business located in Michigan it is alive and well. May 4th 07, I took the above picture of one of their Hickory Rocking Chairs at the "Kootenai Woodworks" warehouse in Rexford MT where they ship several truck loads each year. It is a very impressive hand crafted chair that anyone would be happy to own. I called Daniel who now lives in Wisconsin, it came out during our visit that his sons are very involved in the making of their Hickory furniture. For more information call Melvin Coblentz the manager at 989-386-8418.
Posted by Watchman at 2:13 PM
Larry Beachy on the left, caught this 60 pound Rock Fish in the Atlantic, about six miles off the east coast of Elbow Cay, Abaco, Bahamas. Robert, man on the right, called Larry and said "we need you to help catch groupers tonight." Later on under a full moon Larry hooked into what the first mate said was a Shark, he was told to hang on until he cuts your line. This so called Shark turned out to be a 60 pound Rock Fish, the meat is worth a great deal of money, no gaff hook on this one it might damage the meat. Two men hoisted it on board by putting their hands in its gills. It wouldn't fit in the fish tub so they wedged it in a spot where it couldn't flop overboard. What nice catch to end the fishing trip with. Way to go Larry and Robert!
Robert Lowe is a native fisherman who dives for lobster and spears grouper, charters his 35 ft. Sport fisherman for Tuna, Dolphin, and Wahoo. He also hand lines for large groupers. He can be reached at Seagull Charters, Hopetown, Abaco, Bahamas.
Posted by Watchman at 10:16 AM