Monday, April 28, 2008

Michael Beachy

Photo by Michael Beachy, Dentist, Goshen, Indiana. Mike is an expert artificial fly tier. He caught this fish opening day using a dark brown woolybuger. Mike has been an instigator in getting 2 1/2 miles of the Little Elkhart River set aside as a catch and release program. The first catch and release STREAM in the state of Indiana.

Craig Beachy Fire Chief

Queen Charlotte Islands Observer - Queen Charlotte,British Columbia,Canada
Fire chief Craig Beachy said the fire department received a call at 1:55 am Friday (April 25) and when they arrived on the scene three buildings on Cedar Avenue were in flames. Twelve hours later, all three buildings, housing businesses called the Retreat, Ship Shape and Candy's Katering, were gone, said Mr. Beachy. Read the complete story By Heather Ramsay.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Josh Beachy

Mount Vernon News - Mount Vernon,OH,USA
Bus driver David Workman, left, Megan Iverson and Josh Beachy. (Photo by Pam Schehl)
DANVILLE — The Danville Board of Education on Monday issued formal commendations to bus driver David Workman and students Megan Iverson and Josh Beachy for helping to save another student’s life. Click to read the complete article By Pamela Schehl , News Staff Reporter
Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Lee and Lorene Beachy

Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly (subscription) - Fort Wayne,IN,USA Saturday, April 12, 2008
Stoney Acres Woodworking, in Shipshewana, has the equipment and capabilities of a small, specialized lumber mill. The business, started in 1998 by the Lee and Lorene Beachy family, just began construction on a 9,000-square-foot addition that will expand the size of the facility to about 14,100 square feet.
Stoney Acres makes hardwood flooring from red oak, white oak, ash, hard maple, cherry, Brazilian cherry, poplar and pine, getting most of the wood from northeast Indiana, southeast Michigan and northwest Ohio.
“We would like to have it under roof and the doors on by the end of May,” said Lorene Beachy, who handles bookkeeping for Stoney Acres. Click for the complete aricle in the Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Justin Beachy and Coach Mike Beachy

Picture by Jason Malmont/The Sentinel,Carlisle PA.
As the final whistle blew Carlisle’s Justin Beachy's hands rocketed skyward as he let out a guttural roar. It was all you needed to see to know the Thundering Herd put together its best performance of the season against the undefeated, Commonwealth Division leading, and arch rival Cumberland Valley Eagles. Beachy finished the match with 50 digs. Carlisle head coach Mike Beachy said Tuesday marked a monumental moment in the volleyball program’s history. It validated his squads 6-1 record coming in. It was also a testimate to the Herd’s attention to detail. “This is a big win for our program,” said Mike Beachy. “To play with a team that’s that awesome, an undefeated team ranked sixth in the state and to play well against them speaks well of our players.Click to read the complete story by Sam Butler, April 16, 2008

Stephanie Beachy, (my granddaughter)

Stephanie is a hostess at West Coast Fishing Club. It is located on a small island off the north end of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia Canada. She caught this 25 pound Chinook Salmon while fishing off shore. The Chinook Salmon is known by different names in various locations, such as King Salmon in Alaska, Springs, or Tyee in BC. Regardless of the name they are a prize fish, some weighing fifty pounds or more. Click to see pictures and read more about Salmon fishing with West Coast Fishing club.

Monday, April 14, 2008

Dave Beachy, Sarasota, FL

Dave with the 42 inch snook he caught last night 4/8/2008 off the dock in Little Sarasota Bay."It was caught on my biggest pole (13 foot) with 40 lb. Cajun line with a 100 lb. leader.

Shane Beiler helped me bring it in and release it. What a fish!
The fish was a little difficult to get it in but not as bad as I would
think, for the size of it. I have two big snook lights that I leave on
all night long. The lights attract small little bait fish at night and
this helps draw the snook around the dock." Dave said, "I had the "Caught at Beachy's Dock Sign" made when we bought our new house last year." Thanks Dave for the picture and story, gb

Friday, April 11, 2008

Laura Beachy For The Tribune-Democrat

On Feb. 11, 75 third-graders and their parents crowded into Somerset Area Senior High School’s LGI room for a meeting detailing the start of the pupils’ orchestra career. Click to read the article by Laura Beachy for The Tribune-Democrat-Johnsontown,PA,USA
Laura Beachy is a senior at Somerset Area and has participated in the school’s orchestra since third grade. She is editor-in-chief of the school’s newspaper and plans to attend Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication and major in journalism.

Monday, April 07, 2008

Jessica Beachy & Ramelle Beachy

The 1987-88 team, from left to right. Back row: head coach Duane Siverson, student manager Julie Hunt, Kim Fierke, Nancy Jacobson, Patty Kubow, Michelle Thykeson, Sandi Leines, Barb Ambuehl, Rhonda Schneekloth, assistant coach Jerry Pyle. Front row: Becky Ehnert, Donna Cummings, MaryLee Legried, Jessica Beachy, Ramelle Beachy, Cheri Beyer, Jillayn Quaschnick, Angie Pagel. Special to The Forum, Fargo ND
Published Thursday, April 03, 2008
The Concordia women’s basketball team made a pact in Scranton, Pa., shortly after their loss in the 1987 NCAA Division III national championship game. The pact was honored on March 19, 1988. Click to read the rest of the story and what is taking place in the life of some of these girls.

Lincoln Beachey

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE: Lincoln Beachey leaves aviation mark on Terre Haute "The online edition of the Tribune-Star Terre Haute, Indiana"
Frank Marrero, one of Beachey’s biographers, declared that Lincoln was the first pilot to fly upside down; the first in America to loop-the-loop and the first in the world to master the backward somersault; the first pilot to tail-slide on purpose; the first to figure out how to pull out of a tail-spin; the first to fly inside a building; the first to pick up a handkerchief from the ground with his wing tip; and the first man to fly an airplane over Manhattan, Washington, D.C., Toronto and several other American cities. Click to read this account by By Mike McCormick
Special to the Tribune-Star

Saturday, April 05, 2008

Melvin A. Peachey

Lewistown Sentinel - Lewistown,PA,USA click
Melvin A. Peachey, 83, of Pleasant View Retirement Community, Manheim, died at 7:50 a.m. on Wednesday, April 2, 2008, at Pleasant View.
Born in Belleville on Aug. 25, 1924, he was the son of the late John R. and Elsie R. (Peachey) Peachey. He is survived by his wife, Martina Peachey, of Lititz, whom he married on May 21, 1946.

Jerry Beachy


Jerry Beachy, 55, looks over some of his 7,000 chickens, which produce about 6,300 organic eggs a day — 525 dozen — on his farm southwest of Iowa City. Price increases for organic animal feed have cut profits for organic livestock farmers. Soybeans in particular "are in extremely short supply," said Jerry Beachy, a farmer near Iowa City who needs soybean meal for his 7000 laying hens. Complete article By PHILIP BRASHER • REGISTER WASHINGTON BUREAU • April 5, 2008. Plus comments.

Thursday, April 03, 2008

David Beachy

April 3, 2008 IN. Here is a picture of David's latest hovercraft he built. I'm very impressed with Dave's skill in hand crafting this hovercraft. Way to go! Dave said, "I still need to get it I.D.'d and titled before I take it on a maiden voyage. Spring is just around the corner! and I am looking forward to cruising the rivers and enjoying God's beautiful country!!"