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Monday, January 14, 2008

Goody Bags for the Short Course

It's my job to put together the "goody bags" for the Metro Atlanta Beekeepers Short Course that happens this Saturday, January 19th at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. (not too late to register, if you're interested)

The goody bag is a compilation of wonderful items that I put in the bag, but that come from other places - it's a great gift for the participants, if I say so, myself.Included in the goody bag are:
It's like going to a party - the participants at the Short Course will have a lot of fun, get to eat together and talk bees, and go home with a goody bag full of treasures.





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3 comments:

  1. I wish they did courses like that in my area. The goodie bag sounds fantastic

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  2. I would so love to have courses like this here in NZ, I must ring around other clubs and see what is availabe - great goody bag !! Pleased for you re Queen in hive - I am flat out extracting down this end of the world ..

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  3. Hi Linda - I just now randomly stumbled across your blog. I registered for the short course last week (and I'm really, really excited about it)! Your pictures are fantastic, and it's great to see that it's possible to keep bees ITP. :) Look forward to meeting you on Saturday.

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