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  1. Todd S.

    Bluemont Fair 2019

    Join us at our booth in Bluemont! Bluemont Fair is LBA's largest event all year, and we invite you to come see us at our booth, and enjoy the festivities of the fair. The Bluemont Fair hearkens back to the days when locals gathered in the community to celebrate a summers hard work and bounty, and this year they are celebrating their 50th anniversary.
  2. Todd S.

    Joshua's Hands

    Joshua's Hands Fall Festival is a local Waterford event with activities for all ages. This is one of a few yearly events that Joshua's Hands puts on in an effort for youth education and outreach. They provide scholarships for aspiring youths as well. The event is free (donations accepted) and LBA will have a booth there again this year, so please come out and support this worthy cause, and to enjoy a quaint fall festival. This will be an educational event only, and we need 2-3 Volunteers for 2 shifts. Morning shift is from 0900-1300. Afternoon shift is from 1300-1730. Times include light setup and breakdown efforts. If you are interested, please contact Todd Soos (
  3. Mike Anderson

    What type of bee?

    Hello, I recently had some bees move in under part of my front door area. Although I'm not sure if they are honey bees or yellow jackets. Here is a video I took of them. Can someone please confirm the type? They are causing problems due to the proximity to my front door. I'll have to have them removed, but if they are honey bees I really don't want to kill them. Thank you, Mike Anderson
  4. Hello - we have 10 acres in Hamilton (easy access to Route 9 and Route 287) available to host a couple of beehives. I've attached a few pictures of the property. If anyone is interested, please contact me at or call/text at 703-675-5270 Thank you
  5. I have a bees nest in an old meat smoker, according to my neighbor. I'm not home so I'm not sure it's bees but I need them gone.