Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Erika Lyn (Selner) Beachy Nappanee Ind.

Erika Lyn (Selner) Beachy, 27, of Nappanee, Ind., died unexpectedly of natural causes at 7:05 p.m., Friday, Nov. 23, 2012, at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Cardiac Care Unit, Indianapolis.
She was born June 1, 1985, in Elkhart to Sonya Stanage and Timothy Selner. She married Ervin D. Beachy on June 30, 2012, in Niles, Mich. Family and friends may call from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28, at Thompson-Lengacher & Yoder Funeral Home, Wakarusa, and for one hour prior to the funeral service which will be at 11 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 29, at Yellow Creek Mennonite Church. Rev. Wes Bontreger will officiate and burial will be in Violet Cemetery in Goshen. Memorial contributions may be given to the Erika Lyn Beachy Fund at any KeyBank to help with medical expenses. To help Mckynzie and Ethan remember their mom, there is a link to Caringbridge.org(erikabeachy) to tell a memory you have with Erika. These will be bound as a book for the children to remember her by. Click for article By Stacey Page Online (blog) November 26, 2012 11:40 AM

Beachy’s Country Chalet celebrates 25 years

It has been 25 years since Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant opened for business on a cloudy, overcast Labor Day of 1988.
In the 25 years since that “test run,” the restaurant has served more than 2,500,000 patrons.
Dave and Linda Beachy grew up in the Sugarcreek area. Dave was the 10th of 12 children and number six of seven boys in a row. That landed him in the kitchen helping his mother with the baking, cooking and household chores, including the cleaning.
“It was a perfect fit,” Beachy said. “Choosing the name Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant was based on our heritage. We used our last name, Beachy, to give it a certain amount of Amish flavor to resemble my upbringing and the Country Chalet to represent the Swiss flavor of Sugarcreek.”
Beachy said he believed his employees and the homestyle Amish and Swiss menu sets Beachy’s apart from larger restaurants in the area.
As part of the restaurant’s anniversary celebration, vendors who have supplied the restaurant the past 25 years have been honored each week of the month.
Drawings will be held Saturday for prizes being given away in recognition of 25 years of business.
“It’s been a pleasure, and without our local friends,” said Beachy, “our little restaurant would not have been able to celebrate 25 years.” Click for a great success story/article in the New Philadelphia Times Reporter.  TimesReporter.com ataff report Posted Nov 26, 2012 @ 10:35 PM

Friday, November 23, 2012

Warren Peachey

Warren Peachey, president of the New Holland Farmers Fair board of directors, received the Outstanding Fair Ambassador Award  during a ceremony held Nov. 14.
The award, issued by Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture, George Greig, recognizes Peachey for his leadership, volunteerism and dedication to a fair that showcases agriculture — Pennsylvania's leading industry.
Barron "Boots" Hetherington, PA Fair Administrator from the Department of Agriculture, presented the award to the New Holland resident at the annual New Holland Farmers Fair volunteer appreciation banquet held at Yoder's Restaurant, New Holland.
Hetherington praised Peachey's 40-year volunteer service with the fair that celebrated its 81st year this past October.
Peachey's first duties involved the set-up and tear-down of the fair.  In 1992 he joined the board of directors where he's served as president since 1994 Picture credit and information, Barron "Boots" Hetherington, PA Fair Administrator from the Department of Agriculture, (left)presents award to Warren Peachey (photo courtesy of New Holland Farmers Fair) Click for the article By Carole Deck Correspondent. My Elanco News A Partner with Lancaster Online. 

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Jaelin Beachy Broke School Record

WARROAD — Jaelin Beachy is headed back to state.
The Staples-Motley Cardinals junior won the 50-yard freestyle and the 100 breaststroke in record setting fashion Saturday at the Section 8-1A meet. Beachy won the 50 in 24.71 to set a school record. Her 1:06.58 breaststroke broke the school, Warroad’s pool and the section record.
“She put on a show,” said S-M head coach Bruce Onischuk.
The Cardinals team finished eighth. Janessa Iverson, Beachy, Kylie Bendson and Kali Klimek placed fifth in the 200 free relay. Click for article in Brainerd Daily Dispatch MN Novemeber 11, 2012 9:`15

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Nathan Beachy La Joya AZ

 He is a softball loving English teacher.
          His name is Nathan Beachy. He teaches freshman and junior English.
Beachy was born in Everett, Washington, on Oct. 23, 1981. He graduated from Arlington High School in 2000 and then went to Eastern Oregon University and graduated in 2005.
          Beachy has been teaching for six years, but he is just in his second year at La Joya. Before he worked at La Joya, he worked at Estrella Vista and Underdown Junior High School.
          “I love it here at La Joya,” he said.
          Beachy has wife and two young children. His wife’s name is Laura and they have been married for six years. He has three-year-old daughter named Maddison and a seven-month-old son named Nolan.
          As a child, Beachy was very hyper. He loved playing baseball and his Nintendo. He played baseball throughout high school and college. He now coaches the girls’ softball team.
          “I think softball is moving in the right direction,” he said.
          Throughout his life Beachy did not like to read, but he now teaches English. The one person who changed Beachy’s mind about English was his sophomore English teacher. Beachy said the way he taught the class made it seems like an interesting and fun job to have.
          One of Beachy’s co-workers, biology teacher Stephen Nowbath, said Beachy is outgoing and funny. Beachy and Nowbath met while teaching at Estrella Vista and now whenever the New York Jets play most likely those two teachers will be together.
          One of Beachy’s softball player, sophomore Kiarra DeVan, said Beachy is a motivational softball coach and a really funny teacher.
“He is an awesome teacher and really funny,” she said
Click for article By Zakeriya Baselt November 8, 2012 

Jonas Beachy Laurelville Ohio

 Jonas Beachy has been charged with 23 counts of animal cruelty. He is set to appear in court on November 27. 52 dogs were seized over a month before he was charged on Friday. Read article By / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Sunday November 11, 2012, 10:32 am Also see article 10/11/12

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Sarah Peachey Donegal High School president of the performing arts group.

Donegal High School's new auditorium seats 1,200 and, unlike the old one, is air-conditioned. Picture credit(Dan Marschka)
Sarah Peachey is undaunted by the prospect of performing in front of hundreds more people than she did last year.
"Once you have 700 people watching you, what's an extra 400?" the Donegal High School senior said, standing behind some half-painted scenery during a break in a recent play rehearsal.In fact, as many as 1,200 audience members could attend each performance next weekend to watch Peachey and her fellow cast members perform the vintage comedy "You Can't Take It With You," the first show presented on the stage of the high school's brand-new auditorium.

The performance space, which opened in August along with most of the rest of Donegal's new $38 million high school building in Mount Joy (the gym is still getting its finishing touches) still has that new-auditorium smell.
Its 1,200 seats, upholstered in a muted shade of green that manages to give off a golden glow under the house lights, take up plenty of real estate. They do so beneath a grid of light-brown acoustic panels suspended in space near the ceiling.
The new auditorium will be home not only to the fall play and spring musical, but to choir and band concerts and various programs and assemblies that can now accommodate the whole student body.
"The first time I walked in here, it took my breath away," said Moriah Newman, an English teacher and production manager for the school's Donegal Performing Arts organization. "And it's hard to say that about a high school auditorium."
Only now, there will be a lot more seats from which to watch.
"You Can't Take It With You" will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18. Tickets cost $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors, and are available at the door one hour before showtime. A free dress-rehearsal performance for senior citizens begins at 2 p.m. Thursday. Click to read the article By Mary Ellen Wright Correspomdent Lancaster newspapers.
Sunday News Nov 11, 2012 00:06 Mount Joy

Saturday, November 03, 2012

Hannah Beachy Colorado Springs CO
When Hannah Beachy decided to pursue a master's degree in Oriental medicine and career in Acupuncture  she just knew she would love it. It wasn't until she was about to graduate from Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder with close to $100,000 in debt that she realized she would have to come up with a good business plan if she was going to make her dream work. "Most people coming out of school and starting practices are geared toward the higher end," she said, "But I thought, how am I going to market a service I don't even think I could afford myself?" That's how Beachy came to establish the fast-growing Springs Community Acupuncture on the Westside. It's a volume business that focuses on making treatment affordable by offering acupuncture in a group setting. Click for the complete article by Amanda Miller November 2, 2012 Colorado Springs Business Journal.

Ken and Shawn Beachy Buffalo NY

Ken Beachy and Shawn Beachy each scored twice as the Beachy Cabinet Maker Wild snapped a three-game losing streak with a 5-3 triumph over the Alabama Hotel Ducks in the Batavia Men's Hockey League last week. Click for article posted Saturday November 3, 2012 12:28 am thedailynewsonline 
Beachy Cabinet Makers Buffalo New York. Showroom located in Williwamsville, NY