Friday, July 29, 2011

Jay Beachey Professional Bull Rider

The 136th annual Troy Fair kicked off on Monday, with one of the main attractions being the rodeo.It starts with the bull settling, the announcer screaming your name, and then the gates opening. It's all for a few seconds, for one crazy ride.
"It's fun having a good crowd. It makes the bull riding a lot of fun when you have a crowd that's really alive, cheering for you and supporting you,” says professional JAY BEACHEY. Click for article and video of the bull riders including Jay Beachey. July 28, 2011 WENY-TV News. I gave up trying to figure out where this Troy Fair is located. Sorry.

Toby Beachy Dundee OH

The Wooster post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol says Jonas Schlabach, 32, of Wilmot, was driving the buggy westbound on U.S. 250 in Paint Township, when the car driven by Toby Beachy, 24, of Dundee, rammed into the rear of it.
Schlabach and his five-year-old son, John, were thrown from the buggy.
Schlabach is listed in serious condition in the intensive care unit at Aultman Hospital in Canton. The horse was euthanized. Posted July 28, 2011

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Melvin, Craig, Dave, in the Beachy Halibut hall of Fame. (names top to bottom)

Three Beachy men that have caught Halibut over two hundred pounds. Dave and Melvin caught their prize Halibut in Alaska Craig caught his off the west coast of the Queen Charlotte Islands. Melvin Beachy 1922 - 2010 lived in Anchorage Alaska, his family still lives there. Craig Beachy lives on the Queen Charlotte with his family. Dave Beachy lives in Florida, Beachy Properties. Any other Beachy names that should be in the 200 pound plus Halibut Hall of Fame? Let me know, include picture.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Elam and Johnny Beachy

Beachy Construction Inc. employees from left, Elam Beachy, Johnny Beachy and Travis Bruce frame walls for a home on Cutters Corner Lane in the Old Hawthorne subdivision. Click for article and buy picture, By Don Shrubshell July 23, 2011 The Columbia Daily Tribune - Columbia Missouri

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Councilman Jim Beechy

MILLERSBURG Ohio -- Council met for a special work session Monday to discuss ways to fix a $71,000 deficit for next year. "We're going to look like the bad guys and it's just going to have to happen because no matter what we do people are going to get upset," Councilman JIM BEECHY said. "Services are going to be cut or money is going to be increased." Click for the article By Jeff Canning Staff Writer. Wooster Daily Record Jul 20, 2011.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Stephen C. Beachy Central Park

College Station TX.
The KIDFISH Foundation and Hooked on Chevy is making family time a little more interesting. Stephen C. Beachy Central Park Pond in College Station was packed with families trying to catch a big fish.
The pond was stocked with 400 pounds of catfish and plenty of stink bait to go around. KIDFISH encourages all parents and children to get out of the house and hang out with each other.
"Families aren't spending the quality time together and we want to provide an approtunity for them to spend time together at no cost. They can come on out and get here and just have a fun day." says JP Brazeal, President of KIDFISh
Central Park was renamed Stephen C. Beachy Central Park in honor of the city's first Parks and Recreation Director.
Click for the article KBTX.COM Reporter Savannah Gaines Jul 17, 20111

Elena Beachy on Scrabble

The Daily Iowan, Elena Beachy, a French teacher at Kirkwood Community College who has played Scrabble since she was 10 in France, and her 7-year-old daughter, Lilou Beachy, use Scrabble Club to spend time together. "Scrabble is a game of words, and words are what create books, so it fits with the Day in the City of Literature," Beachy said. Click to read more how Locals celebrate literture through Scrabble By Asmaa Elkeurti, July 18, 2011 The Daily Iowan

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Kelly Beachy

Kelly Beachy Bethlehem PA answers question.
How should I handle frequent requests from siblings for small "loans," knowing that the loan will never be repaid? -- H.S., Virginia
Tell them now is not a good time for us to be lending money. We are saving for the kids' college, retirement, or the like. But I am happy to help you get a bank loan or figure out a budget. -- Kelly Beachy, Bethlehem, Pa. Click for article By Amanda Gengler @Money July 11, 2011: 4:46 PM ET CNNMONEY MAGAZINE

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Krista Beechy's Boot Camp

BERLIN -- From former teammates trying to stay in playing shape in the offseason, to people just trying to get physically fit, Krista Beechy's boot camp will whip them into shape. She even has her mother doing it.
"And I feel better than I have in years," says Beth Beechy of Winesburg. "A year ago, I hated the thought of getting up and going to boot camp, but now I really look forward to it."
Krista Beechy is an American Council on Exercise (ACE) certified and PARISI certified athletic personal trainer. The 2006 Hiland High School graduate was a member of two state championship basketball teams at Hiland and played four years at Grove City College, where she earned her bachelor's degree in business management. Click for article By KEVIN LYNCH Daily Record Sports Writer

Monday, July 04, 2011

Lincoln Beachey Fort Vancouver Washington State 1905.

It’s the big-bang day with celebrations around the county and a huge all-day show at the Fort Vancouver Historic Site. July 4th 2011.
Mier says you shouldn’t miss the one-third replica of the Gelatine airship that famed pilot Lincoln Beachey flew into Pearson Field in 1905. Beachey, whom Orville Wright called “the greatest flier of all” was carrying mail on that day
Laureano Mier formerly worked at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum in McMinnville, Ore. He said he is ecstatic about the displays in the Pearson Museum and says it’s your chance to see the nation’s “oldest historic hangar that still houses airplanes.” Click for article, By Dave Kern Columbian Assistant Metro Editor
Sunday, July 3, 2011. Poto by Zachary Kaufman.

Saturday, July 02, 2011

Dr. Roger Beachy

...But, as Dr. Beachy said, “without a sound science-based regulatory system, we bottle up innovation and future success.”... June 30, 2011 By: NCTechNews Click for complete article.
(Washington, D.C.) Scientists and policymakers participating in a panel at the BIO International Convention titled “Winning the Future: Does U.S. Ag Policy Support or Discourage Innovation?” called on policymakers to support a science-based regulatory review system and recognize the many benefits of ag biotech innovations. The panelists said the current regulatory environment discourages investments in new biotech crops because of complexity and costs.
Panelists included Dr. ROGER BEACHY, former Director of the National Institute for Food and Agriculture at the USDA,