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Board of Director 2016 July Minutes

FAIRFIELD BAY COMMUNITY CLUB BOARD OF DIRECTORS JULY 26, 2016 The Regular Meeting of the Fairfield Bay Community Club Board of Directors was held on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 in the Fireside Room at 9:30 a.m. at the Indian Hills Complex. Board Members attending: President, Jack Weeks, Bill Fisher, Dave Foster, Terri Hargrove, Ken Schuette, […]

End of Summer Bash Canceled

The End of Summer Bash scheduled for this Saturday at the Cool Pool has been canceled.

Stone Skipping Raises Money for Food Bank

The inaugural Great Southern Stone Skipping Championships were held on Saturday, September 3 at the fishing cove at the Fairfield Bay Marina and raised $3,300 for Arkansas Food Bank and its member food pantries in Choctaw, Clinton and Greers Ferry. Pictured are event organizers and the top place finishers from the adult flight, world-record holder, […]

Van Buren County Land Sales Nets $35,889.44

The recent auction of tax-delinquent properties in Van Buren County collected almost $36,000 for county and state government, the Commissioner of State Lands announced. The Land Commissioner’s office conducted the auction of delinquent properties recently at the Van Buren County Courthouse Annex. The auction drew 13 bidders and sold 19 parcels for a total of […]

Foundation Applies for Golf Cart Grant

   In 1542, Henri Desoto wandered past Indian Rock cave while searching for the fountain of youth and the fabled passage through North America and onto India. On Wednesday, a small group of nine explorers pulled into the Indian Hills complex and began their own journey. Their goals were more practical. They wanted to visit […]

Taxpayers Warned of IRS Telephone Impersonation Scam

Christopher R. Thyer, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas and Gary Smith, Deputy Special Agent in Charge, Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) for the Mid-States Field Division are warning taxpayers about an aggressive impersonation telephone scam targeting taxpayers. Since October 2013, American taxpayers have been subjected to unprecedented attempts to […]

Are You on Track to Meet Your Financial Goals

October is Financial Planning Month. And now that you know it’s Financial Planning Month (just in case you didn’t know before), why not take the opportunity to determine if you’re on the right path toward meeting your financial goals? Consider taking these steps: Identify your goals. To know if you’re making progress toward your goals, […]

Local Artist Featured in One Woman Show

Original art from our area artist Sue Allen Pico on display at Clinton First Security Bank. This presents the public an opportunity to view, purchase, and even consign a personal piece of art from the artist. Current exhibit is a One Woman Show by Sue Allen Pico where she displays a variety of techniques, subjects, […]

VBC Master Gardener September 2016 Update

by Cynthia Lacken, Master Gardener Ed Leamon Park’s Rose Garden in Fairfield Bay is one of the most popular spots for a leisurely stroll or quiet contemplation. The flower covered gazebo is a photo op waiting to happen! There are 62 rose plants of every color and size imaginable. Earlier this year, due to the […]

DISABILITIES By Daniel J. Vance, MS, LPCC

Harvard Law Grad with Autism Advocates   The Washington D.C.-based Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) is a nonprofit organization run by and for people on the autism spectrum, seeking, as its website states, to “increase the representation of autistic people across society.” Its director of public policy is Sam (Samantha) Crane, a Harvard Law School […]