...This situation, however, has left me with several frames of drawn comb, most at least partially full of capped honey, uncapped honey and pollen. What do I do with it? Should I wait for a warm day and put them into the other hives or can I save them and put a package on them? Perhaps the honey and pollen would give them a head start. If I can give it to a package, how do I store the frames until April?
A frame or a split would benefit greatly from being given these frames, but then so would one of your other colonies. I've kept some around for re-use, and I was just able to keep them in our finished portion of our attic. Somewhere where they're protected from moisture, heat, damage, or bugs would probably be fine. They'll be worth a lot to you this coming year.
Don't be afraid to send a sample of your bees to beltsville for testing, but it's probably not necessary. Double-check everything (dead bees, any brood, cappings, frames, etc.) and make sure you haven't missed anything though.
PS - freezer works too just as Brian says, of you have the room.