Generous Donation by Bob Weseloh and Family

GBA has recently received a very generous donation from Bob Weseloh, a former GBA member, and his family. Items donated include:

  • Two like-new motorized extractors
  • Hives and frames
  • Suits and gloves
  • Jars
  • Buckets and filters
  • more…

A full list is here. This was unexpected and quite wonderful. Please take a moment to leave a comment below for Bob and his family.

7 thoughts on “Generous Donation by Bob Weseloh and Family”

  1. Bob Weseloh

    Dear GBA –
    Thanks for all the nice comments. I really enjoyed my bee-keeping experiences – but I am at a point in life where I can no longer lug around supers full of honey! Bee colonies are very interesting and I learned something new all the time.
    Take care of those bees!
    Bob

  2. Peggy Sullivan

    Dear Bob and Family, thank you so much for your generosity and gift. I can relate to your no doubt, difficult decision, to quit bee keeping at home. I started bee keeping late in life and can see that I may have only a few more years that I am physically able to do it. I do hope to meet you someday and would like to encourage you to share your knowledge, skills, and story telling with us “new bees” in any way that is comfortable for you.
    Much Appreciation, Peggy Sullivan

  3. Dale Jelsema

    Bob, Thank You very much for all the bee equipment that you donated to the GBA group. Wishing you all the best.

  4. Penny L. Herman-Polayes

    Bob and family! What an amazing generous donation you have made to GBA! This wonderful donation is going to help the bees and our club grow and flourish! Thank you – Thank you – Thank you! Many Blessings are flowing to you and your family! Thank you again!
    Penny 🙂

  5. Bob and Family,
    Take care of yourself. And thanks so much for all the great bee stuff. It will be put to good use and help develop the beekeepers of tomorrow. The GBA apiary in Gilroy paid for itself after just one year in large part through generous donations like yours. We have hosted new beekeepers, member experience, and scouts working on merit badges at no cost to participants. You are welcome anytime.

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