The Indiana State Beekeepers Association held their fall meeting and bee school on Saturday, October 24. We listened to some awesome sessions by Michael Palmer and swapped funny bee stories with other beekeepers.
There were 169 attendees, of which 54 attended the bee school. We had five beekeepers enter their honey in five different categories and enjoyed a fantastic lunch, once again, provided by Country Home Catering.
This item is to strike the following Section 1 in “Article IV Election of Officers” of the ISBA bylaws:
The president, vice president, secretary and treasurer shall be elected annually by a majority vote of the members present at the annual meeting of the association and shall assume office on the day of their election and shall hold
said office until their successors have been duly elected or as otherwise provided by this constitution and bylaws.
This item is to strike the following Section 2 in “Article XIII Merger or Dissolution” of the ISBA bylaws:
If for any reason The Indiana State Beekeepers Association, Inc. should merge with any other organization and The Indiana State Beekeepers Association, Inc. is not the surviving 501C (5) entity, then all assets of The Indiana State Beekeepers Association, Inc. shall be transferred to the Entomology Department at Purdue University for the purpose of beekeeping education and research.
2015 INDIANA HONEY QUEEN
Our 2015 Indiana Honey Queen, Rebecca Eldridge, has been busy sharing her knowledge and expertise across Indiana. Where has she gone? READ MORE
Rebecca has decided to run for the American Honey Queen. She’d like to ask for your moral and financial support. If you’d like to know how you can help support Rebecca in her cause, click here.
SELECTED NEWS FOR BEEKEEPERS
Survey to assess honeybee losses in Indiana. READ MORE
Presidential Memorandum — Creating a Federal Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators READ MORE
ISBA BEEKEEPING SCHOOL
If you are interested in keeping honeybees or if you are just interested in learning more about this amazing creature, this school is for you. READ MORE
INDIANA QUEEN PROJECT
The Indiana queen project was developed to provide Indiana beekeepers with northern-bred stocks that are tolerant to tracheal and Varroa mites. This project will benefit beekeepers who adopt this as well as nearby beekeeping operations, by preventing the spread of mite-infested bees… READ MORE
MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS OR JOIN THE ISBA
Have you renewed your membership yet, or, want to join? There are two simple ways to renew or sign up.
If you are not a member, we encourage anyone who has an interest in beekeeping or related areas to join. If you are unsure when your membership expires, contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-432-9578.
For new memberships, download the ISBA Membership Form and mail your membership info and dues.
If you’d like to sign-up on-line, click here.