Monday, March 30, 2009
Labels: Exciting Travels
Just a quick note to update Johanna's friends that on Thursday she recieved official acceptance to the YWAM school in Worcester, South Africa. The school runs from July to December 2009. Johanna hopes to spend several weeks in Rwanda prior to flying to South Africa.
Posted by Watchman at 9:52 PM
Owner Stu Richardson poses two former River Bandits who now play for the Danville Braves. Shayne Moody (left) was a shortstop from UNCC and played with the Bandits in 2006 and 2007. BRANDON BEACHY (right) was a right-handed pitcher from Indiana Wesleyan University and was signed by the Braves mid-season in 2008. Picture credits
From Staff Reports Cumberland Times-News Published: March 25, 2009 11:57 pm
KEYSER, W.Va. — Trey Beasom and BRANDON BEACHY combined for a two-hitter and 13 strikeouts as Northern opened defense of its area and conference championships with an Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference win at Tuesday night at Keyser. More in the Cumberland Times-News - Cumberland,MD,USA
Posted by Watchman at 11:36 AM
The Ransom Project, formerly known as the O2 Band, has released it's first CD, entitled "How Would I Live". This 6-song album features all original music, written by guitarist Nevin Bontrager, and is a variety of worship music and Christian rock
"How Would I Live" was recorded and produced by former Kalona native, Grant Beachy, of Electric Angel Studios. Band members are Tim Bender, of North English, Nevin Bontrager of Kalona, Rodney Gehman of Kalona, and Jon Miiller of Tiffin. For upcoming concerts, band information, and to purchase the album, visit the band's website. More in the Kalona News - Kalona, IA USA 03/26/09
Posted by Watchman at 11:02 AM
Labels: Beachy's Work Place
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Brian Beachy of M.E.B. Systems of Sugarcreek met with the group to explain what he found upon inspection of the roof. “The roof appears to have been done about 25 years ago,” Beachy said. “I believe we did an estimate in 2006 for a recoat but you are well beyond that stage now. Unfortunately, the roof is failing in many areas.” Beachy noted that core samples were taken to ensure the proper diagnosis was made. Council thanked Beachy for his incredible work and research. More By Beverly Keller Local Edition Editor Budget - Sugarcreek,OH,USA
Posted by Watchman at 10:26 AM