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There's a number of things we need to do to get our hives ready for
winter. Whether it's medications (or not), equipment that needs to be
installed (like mouse guards), or just questions about how bees
typically spend their winter (clustered around the queen, shivering for
warmth), c'mon out to Mid-Michigan Beekeeper's Club to ask your
questions. As we meet the FIRST Thursday of the month, this Thursday
is October 1st. Don't let a little thing like forgetting to change
over the calendar cause you to miss the meeting! The meeting starts at
7pm, and we typically stand around talking until 9pm.
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Today the first "Flint Apitherapy Bee-club" was held in Paul's (LumpyGravy) house and we continued treatments that were started last sat at the Apitherapy seminar held by the Mid Michigan Beekeepers Club. Kim (Kas1210) and Paul (LumpyGravy) increased their amount of stings... We discussed accepting donations to put towards obtaining more equipment needed to harvest pollen and Kim brought to the table a local magazine that has run bee-related articles in the past as possible ways to reach out into the community. With the emphasis of the club meetings being BVT (Bee Venom Therapy) much was discussed concerning the other forms and benefits around the table as we waited to remove the stingers and then even more conversation ensued! We would like to invite anyone interested in Apitherapy or BVT to join us Mon-Weds-Fri in the afternoon. This is a great opportunity for people interested in Apitherapy who are not beekeepers themselves or just wish to converse with others interested in this subject. Those interested please email Paul at Paulcpapp@gmail.com
Flint Apitherapy Bee-Club meets Mon, Weds and Fri near Pierson Rd & I-75 in NW Flint
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This upcoming Saturday, Mid-Michigan Beekeepers Club is hosting
apitherapist Kristine Jacobson to speak at our usual meeting site, the
Richfield Township Offices, at 10am. Apitherapy is the use of products
from the hive to aid in everyday health. Items that Kristine will
speak about include honey (believed to be useful in tissue repairing,
wound dressing and burn relief), pollen (used to treat common
allergies), propolis (a natural anti-oxidant), along with the sting of
the honey bees themselves (believed to be useful in treating arthritis
and MS). Kristine was a guest speaker at SEMBA earlier this year, and
has since been featured on the Travel Channel. Her ideas and advice on
health and wellness will surely enlighten people on treatments that
have been well known in Eastern medicine, but are still considered
"folk" remedies here in the States. Please join us on Saturday, August
22, at 10am for an interesting presentation on this unique aspect of
beekeeping! Admission is free and open to the public, but donations
are greatly appreciated!
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It was good to see everyone at last month's club picnic. If you
weren't able to join us, you missed out on some good conversation and
great food. But, it's time again for our regular club meetings again.
This Thursday, August 6th, we'd love for you to join us at the
Richfield Township Offices for our Mid-Michigan Beekeepers Club
meeting. The meeting starts at 7pm and lasts until 9pm or so. As
always, feel free to bring your friends who may be curious about
Later this month, Mid-Michigan Beekeeper's Club will be sponsoring
apitherapist Kristine Jacobson. Kristine lives in the Grand Rapids
area and is a therapist who uses products from the hive to encourage
everyday health, including propolis and pollen, in addition to Bee
Venom Therapy (BVT). BVT uses the honey bees themselves to treat such
ailments as arthritis and pinched nerves. Kristine Jacobson is slated
to appear on August 22nd, at 10am at the Richfield Township Offices
(our regular meeting spot). The event is free, however donations are
appreciated. We would love for you to join us!
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Well I have been locked out of using the web page for a little bit after a reformat, Couldnt log in and stay logged in to use the site (a problem many of you have reported)
Kim suggested I install Mozilla Firefox which is letting me in and use the site w/ no problems.
If you are having any problems using our web site please try it out.. It really is a superior program than windows explorer! http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/upgrade.html
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Our picnic was nice, bright and sunny! The food was wonderful and there was plenty of it! Thanks to all who was able to make it and the rest of you maybe next time!
Our club will meet next month at its regularly scheduled time and place! See ya there!
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Mid-Michigan Beekeeper's Club will be sponsoring
apitherapist Kristine Jacobson, who was guest speaker at the Spring
SEMBA meeting, and was recently featured on The Travel Channel.
Apitherapy is the use of products from the hive to encourage everyday
health, and uses products ranging from propolis (a natural anti-oxidant
anti-bacterial) to pollen (traditionally used to treat seasonal
allergies). Living in the Grand Rapids area, Kristine is also a
practitioner of Bee Venom Therapy (BVT) and uses the honey bees
themselves to treat common ailments such as arthritis and pinched
nerves. BVT has also been shown to be effective in treating patients
with MS. Technically in the realm of folk medicine, her results are
very real. Bees, and their products, have been used for centuries in
Eastern medicines and is gaining interest in America. Kristine
Jacobson is slated to appear on August 22nd, at 10am. We would love
for you to join us in this interesting aspect of beekeeping!
NOTE: check out the Video Page for her appearance on THE TRAVEL CHANNELS "EXTREME ANIMAL ENCOUNTERS"
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I understand that quite a few people have tried to sign up for our website but have had trouble doing so this last week. There may be many reasons for this including E3 but I do have a solution till we figure out how to fix this. If you have trouble and cannot sign up properly you may call me at 810-820-2826 and leave a message including your name and return phone number and I will call you back. DO NOT hang up if I do not answer because I normally screen my calls and probably will never answer but I do have free long distance so calling you back is no problem! - Paul 810-336-6494
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It's that time again! Mid-Michigan Beekeepers Club is meeting this
Thursday, June 04, at 7pm. We'd love to hear your beekeeping stories,
and any ideas or hints you may have stumbled across this season.
At this upcoming meeting, club Treasurer Jim Withers will be passing
around a sign-up sheet for the upcoming Club Picnic, set for Saturday,
July 11th. If you have a favorite dish that you enjoy making, we'd
love to try it! Contrary to popular belief, all dishes DON'T have to
contain honey for them to be welcome! Also, as a heads-up, next
month's July meeting will NOT be on the first Thursday. Instead, we've
decided to have it on the second Saturday as a daytime family event.
Grilled meats, such as hot dogs and hamburgers will be provided by the
Mid-Michigan Beekeeper's Club, so please sign up to bring pot-luck
style side dishes! More information will be given at the meeting.
Brad Perez has been asked to speak a little about propolis, and Don
Schram has been asked to speak a little about apitherapy, better
known as bee sting therapy. And, as always, there will be time for
YOUR beekeeping questions too!
So, won't you join us tomorrow? We hope to see you there!
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