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Oktoberfest Successful Despite The Weather

The first annual Oktoberfest in eleven years was reinstated on Friday and Saturday October 10 and 11 regardless of the weather. With more than six months of planning for this Oktoberfest in more than eleven years here in the Bay, a lot of wind and rain were not going to stop us. The plans called […]

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Painting Donated For Shirley School Foundation Fundraiser

Local Artist, Doris Sexson, is delighted to donate one of her beautiful oil paintings, titled “Sugarloaf Sunset,” to be used in the fundraising efforts of the Shirley School Foundation in their Fall Fundraising Direct Mail Campaign. The painting will be awarded to a donor by random drawing in early December. Each year, the annual fundraiser […]

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Discover Fairfield Bay Welcome Breakfasts Having Big Impact

The “Discover” breakfasts were reformatted for 2014 and relocated to the Conference Center. Many local businesses became engaged and contributed to covering a portion of the costs of the presentation. Many thanks to all who participated this year! Mayor/GM Paul Wellenberger and Marina Manager Sheryl Paxton were the presenters for the roughly 45 minute experience […]

Caring Touch LLC

Business Spotlight: Caring Touch

Penny Sanders is the owner and operator of Caring Touch, LLC. Meeting your Needs With Care. Caring Touch is a personal,homecare and houskeeping service. Penny is a licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) with 25 years of experience. She specializes in senior needs and hospice care. Services include: Alzheimers, Dementia, Parkinsons, Wound care, Diabetic care, Bedfast patients, […]

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Opportunity Knocks

bu Jim and Phyllis Wilkins During one of the first Lions Conventions held in Cedar Point, OH in June 1925 a very powerful speech was delivered by Helen Keller. We would like to share part of that speech with our Lions Club and Fairfield Bay friends. “Dear Lions and Ladies: I suppose you have heard […]

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What Are the Key USES of Cash?

As an investor, you may find that the elements of your portfolio that seem to draw most of your attention are stocks and bonds. After all, these investment vehicles, and others derived from them, provide you with potential growth and income opportunities — which is why you invest in the first place. Yet, you also […]

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Mary Philips Hosts Fairfield Bay “Appreciation Rally”

JP candidate Mary Philips invites her supporters to the Lions Den, Tuesday, November 4, from 8-10 a.m. for thanks and assorted refreshments. “I am grateful to all who have helped in any way. Signs in yards, decals worn each day, word-of-mouth recommendations, cards being addressed and mailed, telephone calls, golf cart use, prayers and many […]

West Side Art

Student Art on Display

West Side Student Art…Students from West Side High in Greers Ferry have an art exhibit at First Service Bank in Clinton. Students were under the direction of Sandy Smith, Art Educator at West Side. These are original beautiful works and many are for sale. Please visit during bank hours, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mon-Thur and 8 […]

Blessing of Animals

Blessing Of The Animals

October 25 @ 11 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Greers Ferry, on Devil’s Fork Road. At this annual Blessing of the Animals, each animal will receive a blessing from Dr. Walter Swetnam. In years past Dr. Swetnam has blessed horses, rabbits, a raccoon, hermit crabs, several cats and many dogs. There will be […]

Lets-Play

Music Is Magic

Playing an instrument when you are young can have added benefits when you are older. Music also has been shown to have the benefit of helping the brain organize information and allow for self-expression, among other benefits that have lifelong advantages, according to John Ratey, MD. in his book, “The User’s Guide to the Brain.” […]