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Official Home Page for 
EAS 2000 in Maryland!
 in a joint meeting with the
 American Bee Research Conference

Hosted by the
Maryland State Beekeepers Association!
July 31 - August 4, 2000

EAS Programs
Registration ...
and more!
Salisbury and 
Salisbury State University Campus and Environs
EAS Conference Program
 Workshop Schedules
  Short Course Level I Program
 Short Course Level II Program
Master Beekeeper Exam
EAS 2000 Registration & Form
  On-Campus Meals
 On-Campus Lodging
 EAS 2000 Off Campus Lodging
 Salisbury, Md
Directions to Salisbury State Univ.
 EAS 2000 Committee Members
 Salisbury State University, campus tour
 Additional Lodging in Salisbury
 Wicomico County points of interest
St. Michaels
 Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art
  Salisbury's Weather
  Water Sports near Salisbury

 Still to come!
We're still working to bring as much to the Web Site that we can, so check back from time to time.

EAS Honey Show Rules MSBA Honey Show Rules

  We hope to see you this year is beautiful Salisbury Maryland.
If you can't come this year, be sure to plan on attending
EAS 2001 in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, August 5-11, 2001

EAS Officers

Kim Flottum, Chairman of the Board
7011 Speith Road
Medina, Oh 44256
330-722-2021 (h) 330-725-6677 x3214 (w)
Ann Harman, Vice Chairman of the Board
1214 North Poes Road
Flint Hill, Va 22627
(540) 364-4660 (phone & FAX)
David Bernard, President
26626 Howard Chapel Road
Damascus, Md 20872
(301) 414-2317
Jay Barthelmeus, President, 2001
7 McElway Drive
Harwich, Ma 02645-2445
(508) 430-2740
Loretta Supernant, Secretary
Box 300 
Essex, NY 12936
(518) 963-7593 (phone & FAX)
Donald Chirnside, Treasurer
99 Weavers Road
North Kingston, RI 02852-7135
(401) 295-9334

        Be sure to book mark this web site and return for monthly updates on Speakers, Activities, Registration, and other news items of interest. Last updated - May 29, 2000

        The Eastern Apicultural Society Annual meeting in the year 2000 will be held on the beautiful campus of Salisbury State University, Salisbury, Md., on Maryland's fabled Eastern Shore.  Salisbury State also was the setting for EAS 1990.  Those who attended then may remember the convenience of the campus.  The terrain is level and dormitories, meeting, exhibitor rooms, and cafeteria are all within easy walking distance from one another.  But since that meeting, Salisbury State has built a new, larger cafeteria and additional dorms.  The campus is more beautiful than ever.

        Salisbury is located in the heart of the Eastern Shore, halfway between the Ocean City (O.C. to the locals) on the Atlantic Ocean, with it's beautiful beaches and boardwalk, and the famous Chesapeake Bay, noted for it's sailing, blue crabs, watermen and history.

        For information on the EAS 2000 meeting, directions to Salisbury State and other campus information, places to see, things to do, or other important details, select the links below.

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EAS 2000 Organizing Committee
Position Name E-mail Telephone
President EAS 2000 David Bernard (301) 414-2317
Short course Level I Steve McDaniel (410) 239-7496
Short course Level II David Bernard (301) 414-2317
Program Bart Smith (410) 841-5920
(410) 841-5835 FAX
Publicity David Morris (301) 725-6185
Registration David Morris (301) 725-6185
Vendors Jerry Fischer (none) (410) 682-3251
Workshops Bill Troup (301) 223-9662


Master Beekeeper Exam
    The EAS Master Beekeeper Certification Exam will be given as usual this year.  There will be a pre-exam review on Wednesday evening, August 2 and the three part exam will be given on Thursday morning.  On Friday August 4th, graded exams will be returned at a review session.  A general meeting of all certified Master Beekeepers will be held during the conference at a time and date to be announced.

    To get more information about taking or registering for the exam, contact, by June 23, 2000:
Loretta Surprenant, EAS Secretary
Box 300
Essex, NY 12936
Tel  (518) 963-7593.

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