Thursday, May 06, 2010
Sam and Marilyn Beachy are two Homer residents providing financial support of The Lost Children of Peru. "It's so grassroots, it's unbelievable," Sam Beachy said of Goode's efforts. "The money was going directly to the needs and not supporting some big organization trying to make this happen. (Goode) was going over there, paying his own needs. It's not like he was using any of it to feather his nest." "As our friendship grew, we realized that he really is what he says he is. In our opinion, that's a good thing," Marilyn Beachy said. The Lost Children of Peru is organized under Refuge Chapel. Contributions are tax deductible. Donations can be made by credit card. Financial support can be of a general nature or child-specific with video updates on the child provided to his or her sponsors. Click for much more By McKibben Jackinsky Homer Alaska - News Wednesday. May 5, 2010.
Posted by Watchman at 8:22 AM
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Horses ready to hitch to trolley in Sugarcreek
For the second straight year the Sugarcreek Horse Trolley will be on the streets of Sugarcreek to provide a valuable service to visitors - the ability to easily travel throughout the village without using a car. “I see it as something that really sets Sugarcreek apart,”
“DAVE BEACHY and I went out to the carriage sale at Mt. Hope and this unit I took a liking too,” he said. “I told Dave that if it went for less than $2000, Click to read details in the Budget By Beverly Keller Local Edition Editor May 7, 2010
Posted by Watchman at 7:46 AM