Committees

  • 2014 SVBA Committee Task Outline and Responsibilities
  • Christmas Basket Committee
    • Committee Leader: Dodge Radar
    • Committee Members: Dave Pugh
        • Responsibilities:  Ordering Xmas baskets, distribute and collect raffle tickets, collect and document Xmas basket donations, display baskets and sell raffle tickets at the VSBA fall meeting and Xmas party,  report winners and profits.
  • Christmas Party Committee
    • Committee Leader: Beth Iseman
    • Committee Members:  Bill Theiss
      • Responsibilities: Coordinate preparation of turkey and ham, determine attendance, purchase drinks, plates and tableware. Purchase gifts for board members and honey dessert contest.
  • County Fairs Committee (Augusta County)
    • Committee Leader: Fred Hollen
    • Committee Members: Christopher Moore
      • Responsibilities: Register with the fair administration, assemble volunteers to man the booth, setup and takedown exhibit, distribute fair passes to volunteers.
  • County Fairs Committee (Rockingham County)
    • Committee Leader: Sue McKown
    • Committee Members: Bill Theiss
      • Responsibilities: Register with the fair administration, assemble volunteers to man the booth, setup and takedown exhibit, distribute fair passes to volunteers.
  • SVBA Apiary Committee
    • Committee Leader: Bill Theiss
    • Committee Members: Adrian Zwanzig, Tom & Carol Butler
      • Responsibilities: Inspect and manage hives, report hive status, perform splits.
  • State Fall Meeting Committee
    • Committee Leader: Adrian Zwanzig
    • Committee Members: Sue McKown, Bill Theiss, Dodge Rader
      • Responsibilities: Communicate with VSBA Treasurer to arrange registration deadline and to get the final numbers for lunch.  Order barbeque and other deli items from the Cheese Shop based on lunch numbers.  Purchase drinks, plates, tableware, other lunch items and break items, (a list will be provided).  Pick up Cheese shop items.  Set up at for the breaks and lunch at BRCC.  Serve lunch and clean up after lunch and breaks.

       

       

       


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  1. Hello,

    I’ve been a Staunton resident for the past three years, but only recently realized there is a beekeeping organization here. I kept a colony for about five years before moving here, and I’m very interested in the possibility of urban beekeeping here.

    I’d like to join the group, or at least attend.

    I understand you have a meeting scheduled for May 21. What time do you usually meet? How many ordinarily attend?

    • Our regular monthly meetings on the third Thursday of the month begin at 6:30pm and last about two hours. The scheduled presenter speaks for the first hour, then we have a snack break followed by a short business meeting. Usually between 30 and 40 members attend out of approximately 110 registered members. Guests are always welcome.

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