Sunday, October 31, 2010

Tyler & Matt Beachy Loveland Ohio

If there were one area the Loveland High School boys' soccer team struggled in this year, it was getting off to a slow start. Tyler Beachy, who was named FAVC-East Player of the Year, tied for fourth in the league in goals with 12, while his brother, junior midfielder Matt Beachy, was tied for ninth with nine. Click for article in the Cincinnati Press By Tony Meale October 29, 2010. Picture credit Mark Chalifoux/staff

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Stacey Beachy A Native Visalian

Chamber presents new Leadership Tulare class
The Tulare Chamber of Commerce has started the new year of a program that aims to train the community leaders of the future The members, who meet weekly, and their sponsors are: Stacey Beachy, International Agri-Center: A native Visalian, she is the director of corporate partnerships for International Agri-Center. She has a background in agriculture and marketing. Click to read more STAFF REPORTS • OCTOBER 29, 2010 Visalia Times-Delta

Friday, October 29, 2010

Brandon Beachy Relished his late call up

Click here for a great summery by Pedro Velazco, Kokomo Tribune, Ind. of Brandon Beachy's meteoric rise through the Atlanta Braves' farm system culminated into a late callup to the big league club last month -- even later than the usual September callup period -- as an emergency starting pitcher to replace the injured Jair Jurrjens.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Allison Beachy Sebewaing Michigan

Allison Beachy, senior Mission trip to Kenya, Africa, “What did you do this summer?”
Some young women dream of taking a romantic trip to France or Italy. Allison Beachy had another goal — she wanted to go on a mission trip to Africa. “It’s been a dream of mine since middle school,” said the daughter of Denise and Brad Beachy. “I was just looking for the right opportunity.” Beachy then heard about a service mission to Kenya, Africa that involved building libraries for schoolchildren. She decided the mission and the timing was right for her to fulfill her dream. Click to read a great story by Tracii L. Weisenbach Tribune Staff Writer

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Host is Founding President Roger Beachy

The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center will host its quarterly “Conversations” Series, this time focusing on the Progression of Plant Science, on Thursday, November 11, 2010 from 5:15 – 7:00 pm. at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, 975 N. Warson Road. The event is sponsored by Boeing. The program will feature the Center’s founding President, Roger Beachy. Click here for article Newswire Today

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Paul Peachey Harrisonburg VA

Ninety-two-year-old Paul Peachey was struck Tuesday afternoon. While he did not lose consciousness, he was taken to Rockingham Memorial Hospital with injuries. Click for article by Reporter Paul Wiederholt Posted: 5:53 PM oct. 26, 2010 On Air - OnLIne - On The Go

Lloyd and Larisa Beachy, Grandfather & Granddaughter

New London - When Larisa Beachy was arrested last week in Manhattan for refusing to stop videotaping a public meeting, she was worried what her grandparents back in New London would think. Beachy said she was handcuffed and put in a police cruiser and then handcuffed to a bench in the precinct. Police checked to make sure she had no outstanding warrants and then let her go. Click to read the complete article in The Day By Kathleen Edgecomb Day Staff Writer. Connecticut. 10/26/2010

Monday, October 25, 2010

Lee Beachy Merrimack Valley NH

Lee Beachy, a senior vice president of Laconia Savings Bank, in Laconia, N.H., and a former consultant, will present DNA Testing: Do You Have Entrepreneurial Genetics?” on Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. at St. Catherine of Alexandria Church, 107 North Main Street. Beachy will lead an interactive discussion of the personality and character of successful entrepreneurs and the dynamics of launching a business. Click here for the article By Staff reports GateHouse News Service Posted Oct 24, 2010 @ 01:36 PM Picture credit

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Will Beachey Bismarck ND

No $500 Billion in Medicare cuts. By WILL BEACHEY Bismarck ND. Posted: Saturday, October 23, 2010 2:00 am. One repeatedly hears the claim that the new health care reform law (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act or PPACA) cuts senior Medicare benefits by $500 billion, and that it hurts health care providers. The facts contradict this claim. Click here to read the rest of Will Beachey's article in the Bismarck Tribune.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Larisa Beachy

Manhattan New York
Larisa Beachy, 24 - an operations coordinator for the Harlem Success Academy - was arrested after she refused to leave Public School 145 on W. 105th St. on the ground that she had the right to openly record the public meeting, officials said. Click for the article By Kerry Willis and Joe Kemp Daily News Staff Writers, Thursday October 21st 2010 AM

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Donny Beachy Sugar Creek Ohio

Garaway finishes 5th at State Golf Tournament
While the Garaway Pirates didn’t leave the 41st Annual Boys Division III state golf tournament with their third championship in four tries, they did leave with their heads held high. “I’m thankful for this experience, and I’m glad I finished off my last tournament,” said BEACHY, who made his fourth appearance in the state tournament and was seeking his third win. “Kolt Andreas and DONNY BEACHY are both two of the finest young men I’ve coached,” said Taggart, a six-year head coach at Garaway. “I am so happy for them. … They’re such good kids, and to compete, as a team, at this stage for four years in-a-row is commendable. Click here for the rest of the article By Jonathan Scholles The Budget Sports Editor.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Trent Beachy 2010 Chicago Marathon

Jan 06, 2009 This notice about Trent was posted on this site.
>Golden Firefighter Trent Beachy is back in Colorado after breaking his neck during a trip to the Midwest over Thanksgiving weekend. Beachy and two other people were injured when his pick up truck veered off the highway in Iowa.<

Now in October 2010 Trent Beachy has shown his determination in an amazing recovery to enter the Chicago Marathon. His time was 4:25 hours. Click here to see the details of where Trent placed. Click here to search for a name in the Chicago Marathon. make all us Beachys proud of you, all the best in the years to come.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Roger Beachy National Institute of Food and Agriculture

Obama's Ag Policy and Sustainable Agriculture Don't Really Mix
Woteki's position will supervise the newly installed chief of USDA National Institute for Food and Agriculture , ROGER BEACHY. Previously Beachy was president at Danforth Plant Science Center, an organization that is basically an extension of the GM giant Monsanto. Click for more October 11, 20010

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Lower Dauphin High School PA
ALYSSA PEACHEY, daughter of Kent and Karen Peachey, a member of the Lower Dauphin swim team, a club swim team, the National Honor Society and National English Honor Society, historian for the class council and a lifeguard and swimming instructor at the Hershey pool. She plans to attend college, where she will compete in swimming. The Homecoming queen will be crowned at halftime of Lower Dauphin’s game against State College at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16 at Hersheypark Stadium. Click for article by Jim Lewis Middletown Press And Journal Staff : 10/13/2010
Submitted Photo~ Presenting the Homecoming court of Lower Dauphin High School, which celebrates its 50th anniversary on Friday, Oct. 15.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Mike Beachy Head Coach

Central PA
Thanks to head coach Mike Beachy and the administration at Carlisle, Taylor Sullivan, a defensive specialist for the Thundering Herd, was able to organize the “Play for Pink” night to support the fight and bring awareness to breast cancer. “We have to thank CV for participating. It was a really successful night. We had a great crowd, a great cause and it was a great night for volleyball.” The mothers of players sold baked goods and food to raise money. A donation was taken and prizes were given away after the match. It was a special night. Click for article by Jermy Elliott, The Patriot-New Published: Sunday, October 10, 2010, 11:04 PM

Saturday, October 09, 2010

Will Beachey at Career Fair , Bismarck ND

Choosing a college and major can be stressful for high school students, especially if they`re not positive what they want to be when they grow up. But, a career fair at the University of Mary today let high school students explore their options
Will Beachey from the respiratory therapy program showed students what a healthy lung compared to a smoker`s lung looks like and how the two function differently.Beachey said, "One thing that respiratory therapists do is we get into smoking cessation, and we try to, especially with high school population, teach them about the hazards of smoking and this is kind of a graphic demonstration of that." Click for more KFYR-TV Juli McDonald 10/8/2010

Roger Beachy USDA, Visits Worm Farm

Business keeps worms 'fat, dumb and happy'
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
On Thursday, the Department of Agriculture sent one of its top scientists, Roger Beachy, to the Livingston County farm. Beachy is head of the USDA's ... Click here for pictures, and article by Jim Stinson - Staff Writer - October 8, 2010, Amazing way to handle 10 million pounds of cow manure.

Laura Beachy Co-producer, Syracuse University

MILFORD, Pa. — The Black Bear Film Festival will screen a documentary co-produced by Delaware Valley High School graduate Ryan Balton at the festival's free Independent Film Salon in Milford this weekend.
Balton produced the short documentary as part of a film and TV production class at Syracuse University with co-producers LAURA BEACHY, Taylor Chestnut and Alexandra Kaplan. Click for article in Times Hearld-Record

Roger Beachy USDA on Farm Disabilities

"Each year, more than 80,000 farmers, ranchers and agricultural workers are injured at work badly enough to limit their ability to do their jobs," said Roger Beachy, NIFA director. "Producers with disabilities should have every opportunity to be successful, and the AgrAbility program gives them the assistance and training they need to be profitable and maintain their quality of life." Click for complete article, High Plains Journal

Friday, October 08, 2010

Bertha Beachy moved to Somalia in 1958.....

Bertha Beachy now a resident of Greencroft Retirement Community in Goshen, Ind., a long-time worker in Africa and the Middle East with Eastern Mennonite Missions and Mennonite Central Committee, will speak at an Abraham's Tent forum 4 p.m. Tuesday on Why and How We Should Carry on Dialogue With Muslims. Beachy continues to embrace opportunities to learn and serve, including a stint with a Christian Peacemaker Team (CPT) to Iraq and a peace and learning tour to Iran with MCC. Click to read more about Bertha's career working places in the world Staunton News Leader. October 7, 2010 EMU

Thursday, October 07, 2010

Melvin Beachy Sugar Creek

Melvin E. Beachy, 83, of Sugarcreek passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 3, 2010 at Hennis Care Centre at Dover after a period of declining health. He was born August 22, 1927 in Holmes County to the late Enos B. and Lydian (Mullet) Beachy. Click here for article in the Budget

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Daniel Beachy First to Arrive

Forest Hill, Summers County WV. Yoder's Bakery on Seminole Road. Picture credit, Tom Hindman.
"Daniel came through eight years ago and couldn't quite forget it," she said. "He liked the country. We saw the opportunity to have our own business." The bakery provides a living for a small community of Amish families that moved to this area four years ago. The Yoders are one of 11 families that now reside in the bordering counties of Summers and Monroe.
Her (Melissa Yoder) helpers include the three Beachy sisters, Edith 22, Mary, 20 and Hannah, 19. Their cousin, 17-year-old Barbara Beachy, also works there. Click here for more in the Daily news - Charleston by Charlotte Ferrell, Smith Daily mail staff.

Monday, October 04, 2010

Roger Beachy Director of NIFA

Roger Beachy, director of USDA's National Institution of Food and Agriculture (NIFA).
The USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture awarded nearly $3.8 million to develop healthier food products for humanitarian assistance programs.
"The United States is a major supplier of food aid, feeding millions of people around the world who are suffering during emergency situations," said Roger Beachy, "These projects will improve the nutritional quality of food aid products these people depend on for survival." Click here for the article Medical News Today.
Source: Jennifer Martin United States Department of Agriculture.