The Dodge/Jefferson County Beekeepers will host their annual all-you-can-eat fish and chicken dinner on Friday, Feb. 21 at Turner Hall 301 S. Fourth St. in Watertown from 5 to 8 p.m.

Advance tickets are $14 for adults or $14.95 at the door. Children ages 5-10 eat for $8.95.

Menu includes baked and fried fish, chicken, french fries, salads, bread, coffee, and milk. Homemade desserts available. Club honey will also be available for purchase.

Advance tickets are available at  Piggly Wiggly, State Bank of Reeseville, and Farmers Insurance all in Watertown; Piggly Wiggly and Farmers & Merchant Bank both in Juneau; or from any member of the Dodge/Jefferson County Beekeepers Association.

The annual fish fry is a fundraiser with proceeds going towards education and promotion of honey, honey bees, and the beekeeping industry in Dodge and Jefferson counties.

The Dodge-Jefferson Beekeepers Association is an organization that promotes the general interest and pursuit of beekeeping. The club promotes the use of honey and hive products while providing fellowship and networking opportunities with beekeepers and the agriculture industry at large.

All levels of beekeepers are welcome. Meetings are held at St. Michael’s Church Hall, N4911 Gray Road, Hustisford every second Sunday of the month unless otherwise noted. For more information, visit

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