SugarBee® Apples joins Town Hall for the King/Snohomish Spelling Bee!

Mar 6, 2024 | Town Hall News

It’s regional spelling bee season! On March 30, 2024, top spellers from schools across King and Snohomish Counties will take the Town Hall Seattle stage to knock out words like psammophile, zwitterion, and schistorrhachis. The winner will advance to the annual Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. This year, Town Hall is pleased to partner with SugarBee® Apples to host the King/Snohomish regional bee in an event that has become an annual tradition! Read on to learn more about SugarBee® Apples and this year’s partnership.  

Described as “the only apple created by bees with notes of honey, caramel, and molasses,” SugarBee® Apples have a crisp, juicy, and sweet taste that makes them perfect for on-the-go snacking or mouth-watering recipes at home. (Some of our staff at Town Hall are hooked on them!) 

SugarBee® Apples proudly supports the Bee in its mission to illuminate pathways to lifelong curiosity, celebrate academic achievement and enrich communities. Julie DeJarnatt, director of brand strategy says “SugarBee® growers are honored to support the Bee’s educators and their devotion to inspiring every child to discover their potential to innovate and create something magical.” 

If you’ve never tried one before, SugarBee® apples are a cross between Honeycrisp apples and a mystery varietal as they were naturally created by bees through a process called open pollination. Open pollination occurs when a bee carries pollen from an unknown source and lands on a tree or flower. In the case of SugarBee® apples the bee carried pollen from an unknown source and landed on a Honeycrisp tree. Learn more at , and watch Sugarbee® growers out in the orchards on YouTube. 

Cartoon Bee with blue eyes and red shoes holding a red photographic apple

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