BayView Site Progress Report

FFB Diamond

Our insurance provider has now delivered the check in the amount of $786K for the coverage on the lost building. Funding for debris removal and content coverage is still pending. The site was released for cleanup on 10/29/14 and the process will initiate in the near term. The Board formed a project committee to manage […]

Jason Sacran To Hold Painting Workshop

Sacran Workshop

The North Central Arkansas Artist League is sponsoring a workshop by renowned oil painter, Jason Sacran, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 12 and 13 in Fairfield Bay. He will demonstrate a nocturne and a sunset painting, and provide instruction to the students in the class on those topics. While oil paints are […]

Uganda Missionaries Coming To Greers Ferry

The public is invited to attend a Powerpoint presentation from Dr. Guinn and his wife, Solomie, on Thursday, November 5 from 6 – 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Greers Ferry. Dr. Guinn is a dynamic teacher and his wife Solomie Guinn has been named Children’s Advocate for Uganda. Please come hear them […]

Indian Rock Questers Enjoy Bus Trip


Indian Rock Questers took a trip to Little Rock on Thursday, October 30. Our first stop was the Old State House Museum. There we had a guided tour through Arkansas’s First Families, featuring First Ladies’ Gowns, the original 1836 House of Representatives, history of bicycles exhibit, and an exhibit of the actors/actresses from Arkansas. Next […]

Out of Bounds by Geary leason


Arising from the Ash Pile There is no greater thrill in life than to see that which was broken and considered worthless be restored to wholesomeness and great value. Last Thursday, Oct. 16, several hundred people gathered at the Bay’s renovated Convention Center to applaud a great restoration. Only this was not a celebration of […]

Zeta Zigma News

Zeta Sigma

Members and guests enjoyed a bus trip to the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock. The group boarded the Fairfield Bay bus at the mall on Thursday, October 23, After a delicious lunch at the Arts Center, the group was divided into groups of five for a guided tour of the museum. This was a […]

Alzheimers Support Group November Meeting


The next meeting for the Alzheimer’s Support Group will be Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 2 p.m. At our last meeting, we talked about the benefits of reminiscing and we watched some helpful videos regarding how to take care of someone with dementia. Communicating with our loved ones who have Alzheimer’s is very challenging. Their ability […]

Fairfield Bay Conference Center

What’s Happening at the Conference Center 501-884-4202 The Return of the Gomer and Patsy Show – November 14 Just two more weeks until Gomer and Patsy are back for their final performance of the year. Their show in October was a sell out and the audience loved it all. This show will have lots of […]

Park City by Thom Dillon


“More and more people are discovering a desire for them, and a powerful solace in them. At bottom, mountains, like all wildernesses, challenge our complacent conviction…that the world has been made for humans by humans. Robert MacFarlane Yes, I love the mountains. There is solace in them, not to mention majesty and grandeur and power. […]

George Gerndt Enjoyed Stainglass Hobby

George Gerndt

Dan Feuer Editor George and his wife, Elda, moved from Milwaukee, WI to Fairfield Bay 25 years ago. With the peace and quiet of the area, George sought out a hobby other than golf that he would enjoy and chose to learn how to make stainglass artwork. A two day class was offered in Harrison, […]