Coweta Beekeepers Association

November 2020 President's Message
Dear Fellow Beekeepers,
The November Coweta Beekeeper Association Membership Meeting on November 9, 2020, Monday, at 7:00 pm, will be presented via Zoom and a limited number of people in person at the Coweta Extension Office.  The Coweta Extension Office is only allowing 20 people to meet in person.  If you are interested in attending in person, please email our webmaster, Kara Bassett, at  When the 20-person limit is met, Kara will post a message on our webpage and Facebook page.  If you attend in person, please wear a face covering and be prepared to complete a COVID questionnaire. 
Please check the website for updates.  
You are invited to the Coweta Beekeepers Association November Membership Zoom Meeting
When: Nov 9, 2020, 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

At the October 27, 2020 Board Meeting, the officers approved:
  • Suspending nominations for new officers until January 2021.  Select a nominating committee by January 2021 and present a slate of officers at the February 2021 Membership Meeting.  Members will vote at the March 2021 Membership Meeting. 
  • 2020 Christmas Party and Beekeeper of the Year Award are CANCELLED this year and rescheduled for December 2021.  No December Membership Meeting.
It's finally Fall with cooler temperatures.  Preparing for winter, you should have checked and treated for mites, fed your bees, reduced the entrance, and assured proper ventilation.  On a warmer day, temperatures above 50 degrees, your bees may venture out.  If your hive's food stores are low, on a warm day you may open your hive and feed heavy syrup, 1 part water to 1 part cane sugar.  Top feeders are easiest, but division board feeders may be used. 
The November Membership Meeting speaker is Bobby Torbush, Master Beekeeper, on "Processing Bees Wax", a great winter project.  Hope to see you in person or on Zoom!
Debbie King

Georgia Honey Bee License Plate Is Here!

How do you purchase a Save the Honey Bee license plate now???

Apply for a Specialty license plate at your County Tag Office through the same process you use to apply for a standard plate. 

Find your nearest local tag office here ...

We will no longer be accepting payments on the GBA website.


We would like to thank the staff at the Coweta County UGA Extension Office for the privilege of using their facility each month.