Friday, April 27, 2012

Monroe L. Beachy Sugarcreek Ohio

Many creditors in the Monroe L. Beachy bankruptcy case will get a check in the mail next month if a requested plan for dispersing funds is approved. Click here for Atricle By Lee Morrison, staff writer, Posted April 26, 2012 09:39 PM 

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Clyde S. Beachy Seeks Re-election on Edinburg VA Council

EDINBURG -- The three people seeking re-election to Edinburg Town Council remain unopposed for their seats. Terms for council members Clyde S. Beachy, of 218 S. Main St., M.E. "Eddie" Hite, of 205 S. Main St., and Teresa C. Minnick, of 203 Princess Caroline Court, expire June 30.
Hite has served on council since 2008. Voters first elected Beachy to council in 1997 and Minnick joined members in 2010.

Mary Beachy Included in Sugarcreek Honorees

Sugarcreek:Click For article   The Sugarcreek Business Association will present the Celebrate Sugarcreek awards ceremony at 6 p.m. May 11 at Dutch Valley. The annual event honors the founders of the Sugarcreek business community, as well as local business owners who contribute to the community.
This year's Celebrate Sugarcreek honorees include MARY BEACHY, Keith Rathbun, Freeman Mullet, Blaine Miller and Teresa Alberts. Tickets are $20 per person, and are available at The Budget, Jim's Sunoco, Gospel Shop, BEACHY'S COUNTRY CHALET and Village Drug. Dutch Valley is located at 1343 Old Route 39 N.E., in Sugarcreek.
For more information, call 330-852-4113.
By Matt Alpert Correspondent Posted Apr 24, 2012 @ 03:48 PM

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Krista Beachy Student of the Month

SUGARCREEK —Garaway High School has named Krista Beachy as March's Student of the Month. Krista, a junior, is an active member of the Spanish Club and the Interact Club, and is a member of the varsity softball team. She is the daughter of Merle and Cindy Beachy of Sugarcreek. Click for article By Cody Tucker Correspondent Posted Apr 18, 2012 @ 05:03 PM New Philadephia Times Reporter">

Craig Beachy Port Clements BC

Queen Charlotte Islands British Columbia Canada
This letter just came in from Craig Beachy
Hello everyone.
The Japan Tsunami debris has arrived, there are hundreds of
Styrofoam floats coming ashore. I know some one that wants them so I
grabbed some last Sunday. I had the five on top and three inside.
There is also lots of big plastic ones like on the back of the jeep.
This is the stuff that crossed the ocean the fastest. We also found 3
Japanese gas jugs (red 18 liters) Yesterday I guy from Masset found a
sea container on the beach near the Oeanda river with a Harley
Davison motorcycle inside wrapped in blankets like it was being
shipped. The can had water in it, there was barnacles growing on the
bike. We are going to the east beach tomorrow, I am shopping for a
boat 25-30 feet. (it has to be out there).
  Happy beach combing.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Lisa Beachy for Pizza Hut

Lisa Beachy for Pizza Hut
Pizza Hut restaurants in the U.K. will now offer a "Hot Dog Stuffed Crust" pizza with a mustard drizzle. Sorry America, you won't see it on this side of the Atlantic any time soon.
"The Hot Dog Stuffed Crust pizza is only available in the UK and there are no plans to introduce this product in the U.S.," LISA BEACHY, a spokesperson for Pizza Hut, told HealthPop in an email.
ABC News reports that a slice of plain stuffed crust pizza contains about 265 calories with 11.6 grams of fat and a hot dog contains about 170 calories and 15 grams of fat, although an official calorie count for the pizza was not listed.
This isn't the only new offering from a fast food restaurant to raise eyebrows.
In the U.S., specifically Nashville, Tenn., Burger King is testing a "Bacon Sundae," food blog Grub Grade reported. The sundae appears to come with standard toppings such as fudge and caramel, but also includes a strip of bacon. The blog reports that the product is similar to a "Maple Bacon Sundae" sold at Denny's. According to Eater, Jack in the Box also unveiled a "Bacon Shake" earlier this year.
Burger King has no plans at the times to release the sundae nationally.CBS News
Click for aticle by Ryan Jaslow April 11, 2012. HEALTHPOP.COM

Saturday, April 07, 2012

Urbane Peachey on Threats of War Middle East

Urbane Peachey is president of the board of directors of the Lancaster Interchurch Peace Witness.
Right here in central Pennsylvania, members of the Lancaster Interchurch Peace Witness, especially those in the Middle East Interest Group, have years of experience in the Middle East in humanitarian work through nongovernmental organizations scattered from Egypt to Iran.
Based on our understanding of cultures and resources of the region, we are concerned that diplomatic possibilities are not being pursued vigorously enough. LIPW is a grassroots network of about 1,000 Lancaster County Christian laity and clergy in pursuit of a secure, sustainable and just world. LIPW took shape out of concern that the Iraq war was misguided and would be disastrous for the U.S. and the people of Iraq. And so it was.
We are concerned that the U.S., along with Israel and other supporting countries, is on a similarly misguided path in Iran. We are urging U.S. leaders to reject calls for military action and indiscriminate sanctions and to establish a channel for communications with Iran to prevent the risks of war.
We urge U.S. leaders to work with other responsible nations to press for sustained, direct and comprehensive negotiations with Iran to end hostilities and build a viable peace in the region, concerned for the security of all. Click here for the article by Urbane Peachey Patriot-News Op-Ed. Published; Friday, April 06, 2012, 5:30 AM