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New President for Beekeepers

Published: Thu 2 Aug 2001 11:08 AM
Don Bell was elected President of the National Beekeepers Association at their National Conference and AGM in Queenstown last week.
Don and his wife Gwyn own Annat Apiaries in Sheffield and have been involved in the bee industry for over 30 years, first as hobbyists and in later years as commercial apiarists.
Mr. Bell is looking forward to continuing the fine work of his predecessor and aims to continue the consolidation of the NBA started by his predecessor, Richard Hatfield.
Mr. Bell replaces Richard Hatfield who has retired after one term as President.
ENDS

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