Fairfield Bay Conference Center

What’s Happening at the Conference Center Hallelujah Girls Hallelujah Girls starting on Thursday July 31 and continuing on Friday August 1, Thursday August 7 and Friday August 8, all performances will be at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 and are now on sale at the Conference Center or by calling 884-4202. Coming August 9 The […]

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2014 Greers Ferry Lake Alzheimers Walk

We invite you to join us as we walk to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease (AD). AD affects approximately 75,000 Arkansans and is the most common form of dementia. This year our theme for the Walk is “Caregivers Count”, and we think that it says what we are all about. Too often, caregivers are overlooked […]

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Conference Center Receives Grant Funds

State Representative, Robert Dale and Dwayne Pratt, Executive Director of West Central Arkansas Planning and Development District, present Mayor Paul Wellenberger and Alderman, Sharon Luxon with a grant check for $12,240, which was used for new stalls in the ladies restrooms, commerical vacuums, and othe miscellaneous items at the Conference Center. The Grant is issued through the […]

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Primary Care Clinic For Fairfield Bay

Ozark Health recently entered into an agreement with Office Corporation to locate a primary care medical clinic at 383 Dave Creek Parkway in Fairfield Bay. The location is currently home to the City of Fairfield Bay, Fairfield Bay Community Club, Fairfield Bay Chamber of Commerce, and the Fairfield Bay News. Remodeling of the facility will […]

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The Witness Passion Play Coming to Fairfield Bay

Saturday, August 9 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. The Witness is the compelling musical drama of the Sacrificial Love of God displayed in life of Jesus of Nazareth as narrated and sung by the Apostle Peter with an accompanying chorus of Galilean villagers. This common fisherman gives you a glimpse into his own heart […]

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County Judge’s Report July, 2014

In the winter of 2013-2014, the county road department spent 25 days grading off snow and ice. In addition they hauled 250 tons of sand to deal. During the first 13 weeks of 2014, we spread 23,200 tons of gravel or 1,800 tons per week. The last 13 weeks we have spread 41,500 tons of […]

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Women Must Know What to Expect from Social Security

Everyone needs to be aware of the financial resources they will have available in retirement. But if you’re a woman, you must be particularly diligent, for a variety of reasons. And that means you’ll need to know just what to expect from Social Security. Why should you, as a woman, pay extra attention to Social […]

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Local Adult Literacy Student Wins State Student of the Year

In a ceremony at the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Fred Espinosa, a literacy student with the Van Buren County Literacy Council, received the 2014 Student of the Year in Adult Literacy for the State of Arkansas. The award is given each year by the Arkansas Bar Association. 45 different Literacy Councils around the […]

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To Better Health, Naturally by Brenda Erby Fudge

Experience Life Changing Benefits of Lemon, Lavender and Peppermint Oils The home and health benefits of essential oils are limitless! Most oils are 70 times stronger than dried herbs. Prescription drugs and OTC products are slow dissolving, costly, and have expiration dates, but essential oils are fast acting, less expensive and will last for years. […]