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Regina and District Bee Club

The RDBC Executive consists of 4 volunteer positions. One President, one Administrative position, and 2 director positions. Each executive is elected during our annual members general meeting in the spring and holds their position for a 2 year term.

Colette Stushnoff - President

Colette_StushnoffColette Stushnoff is a beekeeper from outside of Qu’Appelle. She and her husband, Rick, operate 250-300 colonies as Fort Trail Apiaries.Colette has been a member since 1998 and has served as a Director on the Board since 2002.She is actively involved in the Agri-Ed booth at Canadian Western Agribition (CWA).

“I am happy to be part of such an energetic and enthusiastic team of people, all of whom are committed to serve the members of this club as best they can.”
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Keara Bistretzan - Administration
Keara_BistretzanKeara Bistretzan has had a handful of hives. Living in the city, she keeps her bees on her grandfather’s farm west of Regina.Keara has been involved at Agri-Ed and has been on the Honey Show Committee. A reoccurring ‘Pierre the Bear’, she has done the CWA auction the past 2 years.

“Being on the board is a new experience for me and I look forward to contributing as much as I can and learning a lot. The RDBC is a group of great people and I am glad to be a part of it.”
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Michelle Frischholz - Director
Michelle_FrischholzMichelle Frischholz is from Zehner, SK. She and her husband, Perry, operate an organic grain farm as well as their beekeeping operation, Zee-Bee Honey.Michelle has been a member of the Regina and District Bee Club for 5 years. She has helped with the Trade Show and Agri-Ed booth's at CWA for a number of years and has been on the Board of Directors for approximately 3 years.

“I have always loved being a part of the Regina and District Bee Club. The Club was my starting point. It guided me through my learning curves....all of them! I met and mingled and gathered all sorts of good information from people who had been in the industry for years and who didn't mind sharing their experiences with a "new-bee". I found a member who mentored me and helped me through those rough first years. (Thanks Sig) My hope is that everyone who joins will feel welcome, network with some great folks...and most importantly continue to enjoy and love the art of beekeeping!”
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Conrad Schultz - Director
Conrad_SchultzConrad Schultz has a handful of hives and has been a member since 2009. He and his wife, Lauren, live in Regina. He keeps his bees north east of Regina. Conrad is a Programmer Analyst, operating a web design company. He has volunteered at Agri-Ed and has even jumped into the ‘Pierre the Bear’ suit.

“This is an important time for us beekeepers. The industry is getting a lot of attention and we have an opportunity to ride on that. I am looking forward to getting to know all the members. I am excited to be working with a fantastic executive team and I am looking forward to the new season. Thanks to everyone who has contributed their time and efforts into the club over the years - thanks especially to our past president Alvey Halbgewachs and adminisration, Doreen Bradshaw.”
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Last Updated on Sunday, 10 April 2011 09:39