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Barbara Cornett May Featured Artist

The North Central Arkansas/Fairfield Bay Conference Center is excited about the new art exhibit. The artwork includes painters, photographers, stain glass, fused glass, bronze sculptures, and pottery. Barbara Cornett is originally from the Chicago area. She has had a vacation home in Fairfield Bay and this area for the past 25 years. Husband, John, and […]

Master Gardeners Plant Tree for Earth Day

The Van Buren County Master Gardeners chose Earth Day to plant a Grancy Greybeard tree (Chionanthus Virginicus) at Ed Leamon Park (ELP) in Fairfield Bay adding to the 50th anniversary celebrations. This beautiful late Spring blooming Southern native tree was selected for the Good Life it provides for a variety of birds and mammals with […]

FFB Foundation 501C3 to Pursue USDA grant for Mall Improvements

The Fairfield Bay Community Foundation 501C3 has been newly formed. Its purpose includes economic development activities, purchasing and management of buildings, adopting community projects, supporting other non-profits in the community, the Log Cabin Museum, and management of endowments. The Foundation board makeup will be the Community Club President plus two members appointed by the President, […]

Use “Tax Diversification” to Manage Retirement Income

You need to save and invest as much as possible to pay for the retirement lifestyle you’ve envisioned. But your retirement income also depends, to a certain degree, on how your retirement funds are taxed. And that’s why you may be interested in tax diversification. To understand the concept of tax diversification, you’ll need to […]

Yacht Club Keeps Growing

On Saturday April 23, 2016 the Fairfield Bay Yacht Club had their second event of the year (Blessing of the Fleet). We had over fifteen boats/pontoons/jet ski being blessed. Robert Hadley; thanks for the Blessing…… What a great day we had out on the lake with beautiful weather, friends, and food!!! The Fairfield Bay Yacht […]

Out of Bounds by Geary Leason

How is Your “Tolerance” These Days There’s lot of feathers and bullets flying around today over the many lifestyle, cultural, and religious dogmas as embraced by people far and near. I’m not sure that there has ever been such a smorgasbord of clashing ideologies in the past as compared to today’s free-for-all. Let’s look at […]

Indian Rock Questers April Meeting

Indian Rock Questers met at the home of Toni Kaiser on April 25, 2016. Ingeborg Bauer provided cheesecake for our members. The program was on “Everyone Needs A Rooster!” Betty Slaughter gave us a history of Roosters and the importance of them, as well as how she started her collection. She also had a drawing […]

2016 GED Graduation Set

The North Central Adult Education Program will hold its 2016 GED Graduation Ceremony on Thursday, May 26, 2016 at the Clinton High School Cafeteria in Clinton. The ceremony will begin at 7 p.m. All friends, relatives, and interested persons are welcome to attend. Certificates will be presented to the graduates, as well as, Academic Achievement […]

April Piecemakers News

Brenda Dunlap In spite of the rainy spring weather, more than 40 members and guests gathered for Piecemakers monthly quilt club meeting on Wednesday, April 20. Evelyn Eades welcomed everyone and Susan Moore conducted the meeting. We began with a Quilt of Honor presentation. Jill Hardison presented the quilt with the help of Voirrey Dunstan […]

Fairfield Bay Rotary

by Fred Hilsenrath Tim Shaw is the general manager of our community water system which provides clean, safe water to Fairfield Bay and other communities. Tim gave us a talk assuring us that we here need not worry about lead in our water. He proceeded to talk about how lead gets into water systems in […]