The Geauga County Beekeepers Association is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Org. as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service

Geauga County Beekeepers Association

2019 Membership Dues are due now. You can pay at a club meeting, or you can renew via PayPal

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May 18

Free for GCBA Members

Location: Case Western Reserve Farm

37125 Fairmount Blvd., Hunting Valley, OH 44022

Next Bee Chat

Saturday, May, 4th

9am - 11:30am

A few experienced beekeepers will be there to chat about bees. Please join us to enjoy good coffee and great pastries, (available at Coffee Corners) and lively conversation about bees.

@ Coffee Corners,

14544 N Cheshire St, Burton OH

The Geauga County Beekeepers Association was founded on January 8th, 1976 at the Fowler Mills Church. Our club has approximately 70 members who attend our regular meetings.

Our mission is to enlighten the public about the benefits of beekeeping; to keep members updated on information such as diseases, equipment and beekeeping events; and to support each other by sharing our personal beekeeping experiences as well as helpful hints and guidance.

Members keep up to date on each others losses due to mites, hive beetles and natural predators such as bears and skunks.

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Your Amazon Smile shopping has resulted in donations to the Geauga County Beekeepers Association in the amount of $81.67 as of December 31, 2018

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These local bee equipment suppliers are members of the Geauga County Beekeepers Association. Chances are, they have what you are looking for.

Colin Hughes being awarded our first Eleanor Spirka Memorial Scholarship.

Colin Hughes. He’s 12, in 4H, School Band and is an overall great guy. The kind of kid you’d point out to your own kids and say “be like him”. We are tickled he has taken up an interest in bees. He gets a hive, Bee equipment and a package of bees with Queen. Also a mentor for his first year. We know he will do the best he can for his bees. Congratulations Colin.

Pictured are Colin, His parents, and Dave Paterson who will be his mentor

Bee Chat photos from April 6

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