Our next meeting is MONDAY, October 7th




 Becky Johnson 

Becky has been a beekeeper for a few years, and loves to talk bees. You will find her at many other local clubs' meetings and events. If it has to do with honey or bees, she is there! She loves to help the club and all members every chance she gets. An official TN state inspector.

Vice President


 Ron Coleman

Ron sits on the board of the TBA as the Upper East Vice President, works  full time and travels to all the local bee clubs. He loves bees, and  loves to speak and teach with passion.   An official TN state inspector. 



Wanda Coleman

Wanda has been a beekeeper for several years, some good and some not so good. The only thing she keeps better then bees is beekeepers.   An official TN state inspector. 



Donna Dikeman

Donna has been a beekeeper quite a while. She moved here from NY state, where she kept bees a number of years before moving down here to start her southern beekeeping adventure.  An official TN state inspector. 

Board Members


Tonya Katzin (Strunk)

Tonya has been a beekeeper for 5 years, she is a member of multiple clubs and volunteers in the community through various organizations. She looks forward to expanding her knowledge while helping to maintain and grow our club. An official TN state inspector. 


Dennis Ragosa


Dennis started keeping bees shortly after starting farming with water buffalo. He has learned alot from his cousin, a commercial beekeeper.   He is very passionate about the bees. In the future, he intends to raising his own bees and begin queen breeding.



We meet on the second Thursday of each month at the Shepherd's Center- 306 East Main Street, Rogersville. 

Doors open at 6pm for fellowship, with the meeting starting at 6:30. 

Pot Luck Family style Dinner

Each month during our meetings we encourage everyone to bring a dish to share, as we break bread together. If anyone cannot bring a dish, we humbly ask for a donation to cover expenses. 


A prime highlight of each meeting is our speakers. We host experienced local speakers that bring relevant information to talk about.From equipment, pest management, extracting, new ideas and research, and more. 


Another huge benefit to the meetings is of course, fellowship. Come meet your neighbors, friends and fellow beekeepers. We enjoy having our children with us at the meetings, and they are always welcome to come as well. 


We have dozens of books, magazines, DVDs and catalogs that are free for members to borrow each month. Each year we add to our collection from suggestions from the club and donations from several organizations.