Welcome to the 
Etowah County
Beekeepers Association Web page

The Etowah County Beekeepers Association meets in Attalla, Alabama USA.   All beekeepers in the Attalla, Gadsden, Etowah and surrounding area are welcome to join our group.   The only requirement to join is that you have an interest in honeybees and or beekeeping.

We meet the first Thursday of every month at 6:30 P.M. in the 

Carnes recreation Center

102 Case Ave. SE.

Attalla Al. 35954.

Click here for a Map to meeting location

Our current officers are: 

Vice President:

Mark McKissack

P.O. Box 216

Blountsville, Al 35031

Phone: 256-453-1624


Our President:

Jim Puckett

40131 U S HWY 411


PHONE: 205-594-5454




David DuPre

1295 Crawfords Cover Road

Springville, Al  35146

Phone: 205-594-4655


If you would like to get on our EMAIL distribution list to be notified of programs scheduled for future meeting and / or general association information or would like to send us an Email message to us please click here.

Thanks for dropping by our Webpage and remember, you are always welcome to drop by our next regular scheduled meeting. 


Beginning Beekeeping

Beginning Beekeeping classes are offered each year in the January through March time frame at the Carnes Recreation Center in Attalla, Al.     Check back here for the latest class offerings or call David Kelton, Lookout Mountain Honey Bees at 256-523-4767 or 256-441-2887 or email him at:  lookoutmtnhoneybees@tds.net.

How to raise your own queens

Classes on how to raise your own queens is normally offered in the March time frame.   Please check back here of contact David Kelton at: lookoutmtnhoneybees@tds.net for the latest class information. 

The above photos show typical beekeeping class activity.



Italian Queens are also available

Lookout Mountain Honeybees normally has package bees for sale in the April time frame each year.    Click here for details, price and deliver.

   Please report any errors found in this webpage to Bob Fanning. 

Thanks for dropping by our Webpage


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Last update 2/17/2015brf