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  1. Hillsborough, NJ Boy Scouts from Troop 1776 who will soon become bee caretakers once the Queen Bee and her colony are settled into their hive. Members of the Hillsborough (NJ) Rotary built the park compound where the hives will be located and protected by an eight-foot fence. Scouts are busy working with the Rotary to refurbish and paint the compound's utility building and the slats that form the hive framework. Eventually, the hives are expected to produce sufficient honey to cover yearly costs. More at link. https://www.tapinto.net/categories/news/articles/hillsborough-rotary-turns-over-bee-hive-project-t Arrggh, I have no idea how this ended up in Issues & Politics.
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