Southeast Alabama Beekeepers Association
Welcome to our website.  SEABA is
comprised of local beekeepers from
several surrounding counties and is
located in beautiful Coffee County.  
Meetings are held the first Thursday of
every month at 7 pm at the Coffee
County Extension office in New Brockton,
Alabama.  Everyone is welcome to
attend the meeting where we discuss
problems, successes, upcoming events,
education, and helpful information
dealing with honeybees and beekeeping.
President - Wayne Williams
emory.w@mail.com
334-806-6193

Vice President - Jon Weston
jon.weston@reagan.com
931-538-1028

Secretary/Treasurer - Phyllis Wilson
ppwilson@centurytel.net
334-735-3343
MEETINGS ARE HELD THE FIRST
THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH @
7:00 PM.
1055 E. McKinnon St., New Brockton,AL
Honey bees have five eyes; three
small ones on top of their head and
two large ones up front.
ALABAMA BEEKEEPERS
ASSOCIATION 2015
YOUTH IN BEEKEEPING
WINNER - ELIZABETH
WILKINS
      11 year old Elizabeth Wilkins from Enterprise, Alabama is an
amazing individual; not only is she the youngest member of the
Southeast Alabama Beekeepers Association, she's also the very first
winner of the Alabama Beekeepers Association Youth In Beekeeping
award.

Last summer (2015) Elizabeth wrote a 500-1000 word essay about
honeybees, their importance and why she wanted to be a beekeeper.  
Elizabeth's essay captured the attention of the judges who presented
her with everything she needed to get started in beekeeping including
an experienced beekeeper as a mentor.

Elizabeth received her first package of bees in April 2016 and they are
going strong. You can see pictures of Elizabeth's beekeeping adventure
on our
member spotlight page.

If you know of a youth interested in beekeeping,
contact us.