Meetings

The Randolph County Beekeepers Association meets on the first Tuesday of every month.
Where:
Ag. Ext. Office
1003 South Fayetteville St..
Asheboro, NC
Time:
7:00PM till ??9:00PM??
Visitors are welcome.

Queen color ID

About

HISTORY

The Randolph County Beekeepers Association was organized in the early 1970’s by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewallen, Fred Craven, George Byrum, Martha york, Henry Allred, and others. The purpose being to promote beekeeping and assist members and others in maintaining hives and learning about bees.

We are an affiliate of the NC State Beekeepers Association and lend support to the NC Zoo and it’s honeybee exhibit.

Our mission is for public awareness of the honey bee and its role in the environment in which we live.  To also bring awareness of the necessity in helping the honey bee survive and teach them our love and passion of this little creature.

 

 

Current Club Leaders for the 2018 year are:

 

President: Mark Case- markcase@aol.com
Vice President: Andy Blanton- ablanton@centurylink.net
Secretary: Carol Kivett- carolkivett@gmail.com
Treasurer: Michael Musci- michaelmusci1@gmail.com

Our Club is open to anyone who would like to know and learn more about the honey bee.  We meet the first Tuesday of each month at the Agriculture Extension Building at

1003 South Fayetteville Street, Asheboro, NC 27203

  Our members are more than willing to help mentor new beekeepers.  We always welcome anyone who would like become a part of the Randolph County Beekeepers Association.

 

If you need any information or help you may contact the webmaster of this web site.

 

Our North Carolina Bee Inspector contact information is:

Nancy Ruppert:    Phone   910-690-9555

Email:  Nancy.Ruppert@ncagr.gov