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Postal Patron PRSRT STD ECR U.S. POSTAGE PAID MILLERSBURG, OHIO PERMIT NO. 60 FREE November 1-7, 2012: Vol. 11, No. 30; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756 Index Church: Page 5 Community: Page 5 Entertainment: Pages 8-9 Farm/Markets: Page 11 Outdoors: Pages 12-13 Obituaries: Pages 21-22 Sports: Pages 23-24 Classified ads: Pages 25-32 Celebrating 25 years of success Swiss and Amish cooking makes Beachy’s Country Chalet an area favorite By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer SUGARCREEK — Owners Dave and Linda Beachy invite the community to celebrate 25 years with Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant in Sugarcreek. Specializing in authentic Swiss and Amish dining, Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant will mark a quarter of a century as an area favorite. Scouts to serve The restaurant was breakfast born of a rich Amish and Swiss heritage, as Pancake and sausage owner Dave Beachy was breakfast will be served steeped in the flavors Saturday, Nov. 3 from of Amish Country at an 7-10:30 a.m., by donaearly age. tion, at the Life Center of Growing up in an the Millersburg Christian Amish family as the 10th Church on North Clay of 12 children — and the Street, Millersburg. Sponsixth of seven boys in a sored by Millersburg Boy row — “I was stuck in Scout Troop 358 with all the kitchen with mom to proceeds to go toward help,” said Beachy. “That purchase of new Scout kind of got my feet wet, equipment. nt ar Warranty, dy, Ai Ai Kelley Mohr photo/ g gra with the cooking in in ar He HedarW st st Beerica’s Be helping America’s Am Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant, located at 115 Andreas Drive NE, Sugarcreek, opened its and baking and things of e! e! id id nw nw tio tio na na ice ice rv rv se se withFD with Nashville doors for business in 1987. Amish heritage was combined with Dave Beachy’s Swiss ancestry in that nature.” & Service & Service designing the menu, which has made the restaurant popular with both locals and visitors. From there, Beachy’s to hold fish fry ir ir pa pa Rekitchen took Re love of the a few years of learning they think of as “God's Restaurant in a former Swiss ancestry in a locaThe Nashville Fire him into the restaurant & eanin & gs Cl ninbrother, Cleahis thegsropes, the Beachys Country,” moving back corn field. tion in the heart of the Department is having a business with * * ts ts en en tm tm jus a resAdjus returned to their beau- to Sugarcreek to build Combine that Amish who had Ad opened home in what Beachy’s Country Chalet heritage with Beachy's See Pg. 4 — CHALET See Pg. 3 — CALENDAR taurant in Florida.of After tiful of Calendar November QluPslus rQ arP EaE {{ yeayResaRs 4 F 4ReFe Ree Supply Supply Batteries Batteries edUePUP da Tra Tr cegs devices viin dear ing aren t he curr ure cu urt he in rryoen ad Trade inTryo yo%uro f yo ur f0 toe 5 too5 p iv p% u0 iv ereuce cend a nd re a fa iceseofpr iceneofwf a new prha purc al se inha igrc originalorpu de gs!devices! inlghe arta arviince gitta digi ofl he set of dise Locally owned and operated 330.674.4327 6 S. Washington Street, Millersburg, OH 44654 Get up to 35% Off Call NCoawll! Now! We Listen W,e Listen, yo u H ea Ear yor. u Hear. pricing PLUS a lifetime supply of batteries. 10085131

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