“Arsenic And Old Lace” A Big Success With Audiences

Our Towne Productions did it again, Arsenic and Old Lace was a huge success. The patrons seemed to have a great time as the theater was filled with laughter and excitement at each performance. Bravo to the cast, who night after night, gave an outstanding performance. There were 441 tickets sold through the Fairfield Bay […]

Patti Leitner

Leitner Elected As Ladies Auxiliary President

Fairfield Bay Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary 4513 is very proud to announce the election of one of our own to the office of President of the State of Arkansas Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary. Patricia “Patti” Leitner joined the Fairfield Bay V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary 4513 in 2001 under the eligibility of her […]

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Hallelujah Girls Comes Back To The Bay

Our Towne Productions is proud to announce the return of their production of The Hallelujah Girls. The play was presented during the winter, and due to the snow and ice, many Supporters were unable to attend. The play dates are Thursday, July 31, Friday, August 1, Thursday, August 7 and Friday, August 8. All performances […]

Lions We Serve

How Many Lions by: Jim & Phyllis Wilkins

How many Lions does it take to screw in a light bulb? Well, we really don’t know the answer to that one, guess it would depend on how high off the ground the light bulb needed to go. What we do know is to form a Lions Club the minimum charter requirement is 20 people […]


Fairfield Bay Rotary by: Fred Hilsenrath

About two month ago my back was operated on. After I returned home I had the privilege to be looked after by the home health-care service and Pamela Leal is the head-nurse in our area. I got the best loving care from Susan Stewart, Dione Henry, Lise Nease, and Brad Smith, all home health care […]


Making Your Event Special

Co-owners, Kelli and Jason Kidd opened their unique business at 358 Main Street in Clinton April 15 of this year with one purpose. They provide people in the area with an opportunity to make their occasion a one-of-a-kind event. “Special occasions are our specialty,” says Kelli Kidd, of Two Kidds Kreations and Occasions. Weddings, anniversaries, […]


Could You Afford to Live to 100?

Here’s an interesting statistic: Over the past three decades, the centenarian population in the United States has grown about 66%, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Of course, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you have a good chance of living to 100 — but the possibility may not be as remote as it once was. […]


Artwork Application For Conference Center

Anyone interested in having their artwork (including photographs) in the next exhibit at the Confernce Center, fill out the form below and return by July 21, 2014.


The Crazy Things We Did by Doug Nelson

“Monkey Business” A carnival came to town for two weeks one summer. They blocked off 11th Street and three blocks became magic on a stick. Corn dogs, ice-cream bars, cotton candy—you name it—it was all there. As we walked the fairway looking at all the games of chance, we threw baseballs at lead milk bottles, […]


Garden Club Trip

On July 15, 2014, the Fairfield Bay Garden Club will be traveling to Little Rock to visit the Esse Purse Museum and the Clinton Presidential Center. At the Clinton Center the group will spend time viewing the Chihuly exhibit. Lunch will be at the Forty Two restaurant which is on site. Meet in the parking […]