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Good Evening Fellow Beekeepers,

It is time for Mid Michigan Beekeepers Club meeting, this Thursday February 5th, 2015
held at Forest Township Hall 130 E. Main Street Otisville MI. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
meeting starts at 7:00p.m.

We will be taking Bee orders this month for AWS Bees, LLC, Golden Harvest Bob Hollis,
and Don Schram with his nuc’s. Just a reminder that the final date for bee order for AWS
must be paid for by March 25th, 2015. I believe that Bob Hollis and Don Schram will
around that time as well.

We will have a guest speaker, and a break out session for beginning / want to be beekeepers, who will meet in the kitchen unless there are too many then we will divide the hall up. Bring your note pads and questions to the meeting for questions and answers before we break for the night.

We will talk about the Spring conference next month March 13 & 14th at the Kelloggs center in East Lansing. for more information go to www.michiganbees.org and in the top left hand corner you will find the 2015 conference, click on that and review the class schedules as they are posted and you can even register early for the MBA on line to save time and money.

We will be having a booth at the spring conference and we need volunteers to help out. I will touch base on this at our meeting.
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** Just a month away!
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http://www.kalamazoobeeclub.com/bee-school-2015/Kalamazoo Bee School will be held on Saturday, February 21 -- just over a month from today . . . If you haven't registered yet, what are you waiting for? You know you want to join us for this full day of education, networking, and fun! Visit our website (http://www.kalamazoobeeclub.com/bee-school-2015/) to register online, or if you are unable to register online, contact Caroline Abbott (email: scabbott@sbcglobal.net | phone: 269-692-2328).

This year's Bee School offers a dedicated "Beginners Track" for new or wanna-bee beekeepers, a nice selection of topics for the intermediate and advanced beekeepers, as well as a handful of general interest beekeeping topics. We have finalized our schedule—it's available on our website or you can download it here (http://www.kalamazoobeeclub.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/KBS15_schedule.pdf) . The classes are clearly marked—all the Beginners Track classes are in one room, but broken into three sessions, the intermediate or advanced skills are noted with and asterisk on the schedule, and the rest are general interest beekeeping topics that everyone can enjoy. So take a look at the schedule and plan your day!
REGISTER NOW (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kalamazoo-bee-school-2015-tickets-14509826281)

** Teacup Auction Donations
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http://www.kalamazoobeeclub.com/bee-school-2015/teacup-auction/The Tea Cup Auction is held at Bee School each year and is the Club's biggest fundraiser. It supports all of our programming as well as the club apiary.

We are accepting donations now through February 15. Please email Janet DeZwaan at za99@att.net to arrange making your contribution.

** Other Area Education
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There are several other educational beekeeping events coming up this winter and early spring you might want to check out:

** Holland Bee School
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Holland Area Beekeepers is holding their annual Bee School on February 7. Learn more here (http://www.hollandbees.org/) .

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MBA Spring Conference
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The Michigan Beekeepers Association's Spring Conference is March 13 & 14. MBA is celebrating it's 150 year anniversary this year! Learn more about the Spring Conference here (http://www.michiganbees.org/2015-spring-conference/) .

** Mountain Camp Winter Feeding
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It’s great when your bees provide food for you, but every so often in a beekeeper’s career, she provides food for the bees. There are a million opinions about whether or not one should feed bees throughout the year and a million and one opinions about how this feeding should happen. I’m simply going to explain one feeding method that we have tried this year, the reason why, and our experience with it thus far. [Read More . . . (http://www.kalamazoobeeclub.com/2015/01/mountain-camp-winter-feeding-method-quick-easy/) ]
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