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Alabama State Bkprs. Assoc.
President: BOB FANNING
1332 Four Mile Post Rd. 3280 Salco Rd.. Huntsville, AL 35802
Vice President:BILL MULLINS

8714 Moores Mill Rd. Meridianville, Al 35759

Phone: 256 828-4836
Email: None
3280 Salco Rd. Chunchula, AL 36521 Phone: 334 675-9129

Western CT Beekeepers Association
Ralph Harrison - Secretary  


Meets third Thursday of each month at 8PM except July & August Fairfield County Agriculture Center 67 Stony Hill Road (Route 6), Bethel CT

"Le Club Api"
technical advisor

Peter John Keating

APILAC 426 rang 3 St.Prime Quebec G8J 1W8


The Hernando County Beekeepers Association
Our association has been in exsistance for almost three years and we now number twenty in members. So far we have been able to keep our association dues free which is a plus for us.
Brooksville, Florida
  Ed Mabesoone P. O. Box 1481 Brooksville, Fl 34605-1481 Phone (352) 596-6263 after 7:00 PM Fax (352) 596-7188


Tara Beekeepers Association
President Tom Boss
6660 Imperial Drive, Morrow, Georgia 30260-2208
Tel & Fax 770-968-4357
Treasurer Jon C. Peacock



Southern Indiana Beekeepers Assn.

Kenny Schneider President
Monthly meeting held 4th Monday of the month at 6:30 P.M.

Spring Valley Farm , 4760 Lanesville Rd. NE, Georgetown,In. 47122.

I 64 Lanesville Exit North



The Kentucky State Beekeepers are having a joint spring meeting with the Indiana State Beekeepers. The meeting will be held at Southern Indiana University in New Albany, Indiana starting Friday evening, 2/11/00 and seminar on Saturday, 2/12/00.
Green Valley Beekeepers
Meets the first Monday of the month for all who may like to attend. We meet at the county extension office which is located at the Owensboro Community Collage on Hwy. 231 So.
Mr. Jim Huff club president
3658 Hwy 54 E. Fordsville KY 42343

Kentucky Backyard Beekeepers
Meets 2d Monday of each month at the Grant County Extension Office in Willliamstown, KY at 7:00 p.m.
Judy Gaida 606-824-9110

Northern Kentucky Beekeepers
No set meeting schedule. Members from several northern Kentucky/Cincinnati, Ohio counties
Judy Gaida 606-824-9110

Montgomery County Beekeepers Association
The home club of George Imirie, Master Beekeeper (and eight other Master Beekeepers)
We meet on the third Wednesday of every month (except December) at the Brookside Nature Center, 1400 Glenallan Ave, Wheaton MD.



New York






Sandusky River Valley Beekeeping Association
Serving North Central Ohio Beekeepers

Dennis Schreiner - Vice President

8403 SR 99 Sandusky, Ohio 44870

Southwestern Ohio Beekeepers Association
President: Kevin Kress
10587 Swanson Ct Cincinnati, Oh. 45249-3630
Secretary: Robert J. Mohat
8463 Monroe Ave Cincinnati, OH 45236-1971
Treasurer: Robert G Pessler
611 Enright Ave Cincinnati, OH 45205-2134

Welcome to the Harris County Beekeepers Association


Tidewater Beekeeper's Association
President: Bob Schwartz 757-357-7829 Meet: second Monday of the Month 7:30 Membership: 100

Richmond Beekeepers Association
Thomas Fider
  Meets 2nd Friday of every month at 7:45pm at J.Sargent Reynolds Community College(Parham Road) in building A,room 121

Glen West

EDS-Provost Technical Support Center

4405 Cox Road/Suite 200

Glen Allen,Va. 23060

phone +1-804-965-7088 (8-437)

email glenn.west@eds.com

NASA-Langley Apicultural Club located in the Peninsula Tidewater Area in Virginia
George L. Maddrea, President
902 Wormley Creek Drive Yorktown 23692 Ph: 757-898-5710
David Myers, Vice-President
1221 Dare Road Grafton 23692 Ph: 757-898-4426
Mary S. Walters, Secretary
P.O. Box 1008 Gloucester 23061 Ph: 804-693-5228
Ronnie R. Henk, Treasurer
5403 Riverview Road Williamsburg 23188 Ph: 757-566-3911

Central Virginia Beekeepers Assocciation

Secretary:Guy F. Miller

(804) 296-0090
2025 Spottswood Rd. Charlottesville, VA 22903

West Cornwall Beekeepers Association

We meet at the Duchy College (the Agricultural faculty of Cornwall College) Rosewarne site near Camborne, Cornwall, England for our winter programme of lectures and our "Bit of a Do" and our Christmas honey show and party. We have a teaching apiary there which we do use in the summer intermittently for members' meetings. We have reverted to summer meetings at members' own apiaries this year. We run a basic beekeeping course at Rosewarne to complement their range of horticultural courses which is overseen by the British Beekeepers' Association who determine the examination and provide the examiners. Students get the BBKA basic certificate if they are successful as most are.

Our "Bit of a Do" is an annual memorial lecture designed to attract beekeepers from the "West Country" to a gathering which has included a honey show and displays and suppliers of beekeeping equipment and the like. This year, Adrian Waring, just prior to completing his stint as Secretary of the BBKA, will talk to us about conserving the characteristics of the native bee as best we can from within stock that has been mongrelised over the century or so. This year it is on Sunday March 26th. Our apiary is the mainstay of our beekeeping course and we meet weekly in the summer to give the students sufficient practical experience and guidance to pass the exam even without their own bees. Most of course have their bees, often acquired during the course. Some students get their bees from nuclei raised by myself or by the apiary manager. Unfortunately, the apiary has contracted EFB which arrived to a local apiary out of nowhere we can establish and our bee inspector continues to visit all known apiaries in the vicinity. So we don't rear bees to go out of the apiary until we can be sure we have eradicated it as an obvious infection. Our winter programme is normally on the 4th Monday of each month, leaving January 24 and February 28 to complete our programme. Apiary meetings commence on April 16 and continue on the 3rd Saturday or Sunday of each month until July. We do not normally meet in August but return to our indoor gatherings in September. Our AGM is in October.
Chairman: Andy