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The minutes from the 2015 WCBA June Picnic are finally posted. I apologize for forgetting to post them on the website.

http://wilsoncountybeekeepers.org/about/minutes-201506/

You may also access the minutes from this and previous meetings by scrolling to the bottom of the About Us page of this web site

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It’s that time of year again! The time we look so forward to, and at the same time sort of dread (the sticky clean up). Honey Extracting!

Our annual honey extracting workshop is at 7:00 PM on Monday, June 15.  It will be held in the East/West building at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center (Wilson County Fairgrounds) in Lebanon. This is also where we normally meet.  There will be no business meeting conducted.

Hope to see you there!

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The photos taken on Field Day, 23 May 2015, at Lebanon, Mount Juliet, and Watertown have been posted on the website. Thank you Sterling Earhart, Andy & Julia Harper, and Jim Murff for hosting Field Day again this year.

To see a list of photo galleries, click the Photos menu tab above or go here:

wilsoncountybeekeepers.org/photos

Or the individual pages for Field Day 2015 are:

Enjoy!

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The Minutes for the 4 May 2015 meeting have been posted here:

http://wilsoncountybeekeepers.org/about/minutes-201505/

You may also access the minutes from this and previous meetings by scrolling to the bottom of the About Us page of this web site

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The Minutes for the 13 April 2015 meeting have been posted here:

http://wilsoncountybeekeepers.org/about/minutes-201504/

You may also access the minutes from this and previous meetings by scrolling to the bottom of the About Us page of this web site

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We meet tonight at 7:00 PM in the East West Building. Our guest speaker will be Clarence Collison discussing the importance of honeybee nutrition.

Honey bees require carbohydrates (sugars in nectar or honey), amino acids (protein from pollen), lipids (fatty acids, sterols), vitamins, minerals (salts), and water. Additionally, these nutrients must be present in the right ratio for honey bees to survive and thrive.

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