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Lifeline Screening

Residents living in and around Clinton, Arkansas can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening. Pee Dee Baptist Church will host this community event on 2/15/2016. The site is located at 2744 Highway 16 East in Clinton. Screenings can check for: […]

Calling All Collectors

Do you have a fabulous collection of Fairfield Bay memorabilia? You know the stuff – cups, pins, hats, or posters from festivals of days gone by… pictures of the “good ole days”…? We’d love to include your items in the collection that will be displayed as part of our Fairfield Bay 50th Anniversary celebration, to […]

Club Gearing Up to Hire Seasonal Employees

It is that time of year again! The Fairfield Bay Community Club will start gearing up for summer by hiring staff that is needed during our busiest time of year. In February, we start advertising for seasonal positions such as: •Marina dockhands and cashiers •Recreation attendants for the swimming pool and mini golf •Pro Shop […]

Van Buren County GIF Grants Received

Van Buren County was the recipient of three (3) GIF, General Improvement Fund Grants. Pictured above: Van Buren County Literacy (left) Brenda Wood and County Judge Roger Hooper accepting GIF Grant of $500 from White River Planning and Development District sponsored by Representative Josh Miller. Van Buren Aging Program (left) Pamela Draeger and County Judge […]

Van Buren County Rescue Holds Extracation Exercise

The Van Buren County Rescue held an extracation exercise on Saturday, January 29, at the DPS station and Utilities Department in Fairfield Bay. This was a county wide effort with several departments participating. This exercise is held at least every six months to keep personnel up to date on equipment and training.

Think About Sending Financial Valentines To Loved Ones

Americans spent nearly $19 billion in Valentine’s Day gifts last year, according to the National Retail Federation. Much of this money went for gifts with short shelf lives, such as candy, flowers and restaurant meals (and about $700 million was spent on gifts for pets). There’s certainly nothing wrong with giving chocolates or roses. But […]

New Calendar of Events Website

As we all know, there is never a shortage of things to do in Fairfield Bay. But have you ever wondered where to find a listing of all these great things? Look no more! Beginning in January, Fairfield Bay will be launching a new website (visitfairfieldbay.com) and with it, a new, interactive calendar that will […]

Remember the “Amazing Grace” Story?

By Willa Wells Last spring, I wrote an article about my eight-year-old great neice, Grace Henderson, who was born with a heart defect; in fact, we had a fundraiser for her at the Baptist Church in May. She had to have heart surgery within 72 hours of her birth in order to live. This type […]

Lenten Meals at St. Francis of Assisi

The Alter Society and Knights of Columbus will be serving lenten dinners in the Parsh Hall every Friday night starting February 12, 2016 from 5-6 p.m. Doors open at 4 p.m. The charge at the door will be a nominal fee of $5-$9 based upon the cost of what is being served that night. The […]

Questers Enjoy Campbell Soup Memorabilia

On Monday, January 25 the Indian Rock Questers met at the home of Nancy Mueller. Mary Su Forsman provided a delicious dessert and home made cherry-chocolate mice!! Nancy Mueller presented the program; Campbell Soup Company. Many members enjoyed learning about all the “collectibles” that are available out there and the history of the company. Andy […]