Bee talk in Hebron

T he Hebron Preservation Society invites the community to attend a PowerPoint talk by Betterbee, from Greenwich, on the raising and care of bees and their importance in the environment today.

This presentation concludes the summer series, Food for Thought, held by the society. The program will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 12.

Betterbee is now under the new ownership of Dr. Chris Cripps, Dr. Joe Cali and Dr. Jack Rath, one of whom will be present to speak.  In addition to veterinary medicine, each has enjoyed a lifetime of experience with bees. They combine their skills “to continue the tradition of education, innovation and service that Betterbee has brought to beekeeping.”

Locally, Betterbee in Greenwich is a wholesale and retail beekeeping supply business, founded in 1979.

The presentation will be held at the East Hebron Presbyterian Church at 6559 State Route 22. Light refreshment will be served. For further information call Joan at 642-3465.

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