Welcome to the site of

Five Rivers Bee Club

We meet the third Tuesday evening of every month! Check Facebook for more information.


Lonnie Perry
(870) 895-2771


Adam Taitano
(618) 960-6057


Arrie Goodwin
(870) 966-3666


Arrie Goodwin
(870) 966-3666

Webmaster / Admin

© 2016 - 2023 Five Rivers Bee Club

About Us

The mission of Five Rivers Bee Club is to provide our membership and local community with a forum for sharing knowledge and mutual interests in beekeeping, to educate and promote the benefits of beekeeping to the public.

We are a 501(c)3 organization. EIN: 82-2308728
Five Rivers Bee Club By-Laws

A beekeeping club or association is a great way to learn more about bees and beekeeping, there is always a wealth of knowledge from your local Bee Keepers to learn more.

We cover many counties in the State of Arkansas (Sharp, Fulton, Izard, Baxter, Randolph, Lawrence) and Missouri (Oregon, Howell) with more folks are joining us every month. Thank you for checking us out and hope to see you as part of our growing family soon.

PayPal for Membership Dues or Donations.
EDUCATION on Styles of Bee Hives and What is a Honeybee

We touched upon a couple of the possibilities you will encounter dealing with Honeybees.
Whether you are just beginning or an ol'pro, you can always learn something in this field.
Be it a backyard hobbyist or full-blown commercial bee keeper, there is always a wealth of knowledge out there to be had.

Our site does provide a tremendous amount of RESOURCE links to various sites dealing with bee keeping.

Our LENDING LIBRARY is for our members to check out items ranging from Extractor, Vaporizer, and Books.
Over time, we hope to expand our resources to expand our knowledge base to share.
If you have anything you wish to donate to the club for our Lending Library, please let an Officer know.

HOME VISITS of our members to have hands on experiences with bees.
To learn and see how others work and deal with their hives, to ask questions and take part.
Bring your protective gear on these visits.


  • To help expand the knowledge of bees and beekeeping for the membership.
  • To establish new relationships that help build community around honeybees.
  • To publish guidelines and requirements to enhance knowledge and understanding of beekeeping for all membership and utilizing the mentor/protégé format to create a bond of trust and sharing
  • Social

    We have SOCIAL sites to post questions and gain kindred friends with bee keepers. You are very welcome to any our meetings that we have 3rd Tuesday of every month beginning at 6:30 P.M. Location: See the map above. ALL ARE WELCOME!