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Corps Seeking Volunteers For Cleanup

The Greers Ferry Lake and Little Red River Association and the Army Corps of Engineers are seeking volunteers and sponsors to pitch in from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Sept. 6 during the 45th Annual Greers Ferry Lake and Little Red River Cleanup. Volunteers interested in assisting should check in between 7:30 a.m. and 8 […]

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Annual KFFB Health Fair

Radio station KFFB 106.1 will host its annual Regional Health and Wellness Fair, Saturday, September 27 at the Fairfield Bay Conference Center in Fairfield Bay. The hours will be 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is open to the public. For vendor information call 800-356-5106. In addition to health screenings and tests, health professionals will […]

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COME ONE – COME ALL

by Jim & Phyllis Wilkins The Fairfield Bay Lions Club would like to invite everyone to help us celebrate the 45th Anniversary of the Fairfield Bay Lions Club with an All-U-Can Eat Pancake Dinner on Thursday, September 11 from 5 – 7 p.m. The dinner will include all you can eat pancakes and sausage & […]

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Club Improvement Updates

The two major Club initiatives undertaken in 2014 are in the final stages of completion. New Greens at Indian Hills Golf Course – The Tiff Eagle Bermuda greens are loving this summer heat (much more than most golfers). The targeted reopening for the greens is Labor Day Weekend, just as anticipated. The patience of our […]

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2014 Scholarship Participants

The Van Buren County Retired Teachers Association awarded $150 scholarships to three 2014 VBC graduating seniors. After receiving their college degree, each of the recipients is planning to become educator in an Arkansas Public School. This is the second year the association has awarded scholarship money, and plans are to continue the scholarships for each […]

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Stories of the Past

Alice Butts, 91 years, of Fairfield Bay visits the Log Cabin every Monday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. wearing attire of the period and tells stories about what life was like back in the day when living in the cabin was a way of life. Seated with Alice is her great grand-daughter, Stevie Beavers. […]

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Another Canoe Trip For A Few Hardy Folks

This past Wednesday a dozen of us had an OUTSTANDING canoe float from the US-65 bridge to Gilbert . The water level was high enough we did not have to paddle much and we got to traverse about a dozen rapids . It only took us 2 hours (instead of the normal summer 3 hours). […]

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Fairfield Bay Rotary News

Rotary learns About Arkansas’ “Mission Of Mercy” by Jeanne Castro When Hassan Bashiri, DMD MS moved to FFB in 1989, it was one of the least traumatic transitions of his life. He recalls being a student from Iran in June, 1975 when he traveled to the US on a scholarship. He landed in Chicago and […]

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Make the Right Moves to Leave a Legacy to Grandchildren

On Sept. 8, we observe National Grandparents Day. If you have grandchildren, they will hopefully mark this occasion by sending a card, making a call or, best of all, paying a visit. But however your grandchildren express their feelings for you, you undoubtedly have a very big place in your heart for them. In fact, […]

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To Better Health, Naturally by Brenda Erby Fudge

Hawaii’s Secret Potion THINK TROPICAL! A calming paradise with its pristine beaches and palm trees, Hawaii is considered a vacationer’s dream. A “secret potion” so valuable and unique is found in the deep rain forests of Kona, Hawaii. Famous for its erupting volcanoes and ash covered soil, Hawaii produces a small and precious amount of […]