Future beekeepers in Alamogordo thank you!

Many thanks to all of you who wrote to the Alamogordo Commissioners, they commented on the support from around the state. Special thanks to Paul McCarty of Black Mesa Honey Bees, you knocked it out of the park! Thanks again to Kate Whealen who did a fantastic radio interview. Because of you all, there will be beekeeping in the City of Alamogordo. It just feels good doesn’t it?

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Comment by Ralph Ketter on April 10, 2013 at 6:51am

Right on Rob!
Thank you Paul! Thank you Rob, your presentation was great as well!

After both of you presented there was no need for any more of us to speak except to let them know you were not alone. Thanks also to all those showing support by being present as well

Looking forward to mentoring future Alamogordo Beeks

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