World Bee Day
Our two World Bee Day stalls at Bunnings Nerang on Thursday, and Carrara Markets on Saturday were both very successful. I have attached two photos showing the Bunnings and the Carrara stalls. Altogether the club raised around $554 over the two days. Special thanks to all those that manned the stalls, especially Rebecca Laws (Qld Bee Biosecurity Officer) Kevin Finn and Greg Foster who were there all day. It was also great to see a number of members drop in and say hello. Kevin’s display hive was a big hit with many people looking at it for 10 + minutes, watching the bees and looking for the Queen.
A very special thanks to Bunnings Nerang and Southport for their generous donations of 100 potted flowering plants, and two gift cards for our raffle. The people who purchased something from the stall all got a plant. Thanks too, to IndigScapes who kindly donated 30 tube stock native plants, and the Vietnam Veterans Men’s Shed who loaned us the tables for the stall.
We received a number of enquiries which sound promising and which will be followed up over the next week or so.
There are two free workshops being run by Toby Smith about Native Bees here on the coast. If you would like to find out more and how to book, click on this link and go to Page 4
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Once again thanks to all who helped on the World Bee Day stalls. It was a great effort and most worthwhile.