Fairfield Bay Rotary by Fred Hilsenrath

Leo Brandmeyer talked to us at Rotary about fire safety. Most of us are quite casual about fire safety and that can have bad results. How often have I turned on the kitchen stove and left the kitchen when the phone rang? How often have we had a lively fire in the fireplace and left […]

Zeta Sigma News

Wow, Zeta Sigma has had some stuff going on! Seems like time has sped past and the news hasn’t been posted, so here we go. March we met at the home of Bonnie Lang. Linda Lynch was the co-hostess. Linda and Neva Thompson were introduced as our newest Ritual of Jewels members and their ritual […]

Generous Donation

Donna McAllister from the FFB Senior Center received a donation from Shirley Rudolph and Shirley White on behalf of the Xi Gamma Kappa Sorority to be used for home delivered meals for FFB seniors.

2016 Hunger Run Raises 10K

The 4th Annual Clinton Hunger Run 5K is making a donation of $10,000 from the funds raised by the downtown run/walk event on March 28. This amount will be divided between the two Van Buren County food banks, “Foods for Life” the Choctaw Food Bank – a total surpassing last year’s all-time record of $8,000. […]

Miles of memories by Brenda Miles

“TOM AND BETTIE– A LOVE STORY” Earlier, I shared with you our grief at the death of our brother-in-law on January 4. Later, I happened to tell his and my sister-in-law’s story to a few readers and to a group of neighbors. All agreed it was a remarkable one they believed many women would enjoy, […]

Recipe For Washing Clothes (The Old Old Way)

Years ago a Kentucky grandmother gave the new bride the following recipe for washing clothes. It appears below just as it was written, and despite the spelling, has a bit of philosophy. This is an exact copy as written and found in an old scrapbook (with spelling errors and all). Paste this over your washer […]

Van Buren County Master Gardeners April Update

by Cynthia Lacken April is a busy month in the garden. By now, spring clean up should just about be done and the rewards are evident with blooms from bulbs and shrubs alike. A drive around town shows homes graced with colorful azaleas, forsythias, flowering quince and daffodils galore. Iris have started blooming and there […]

Fireman’s Golf Tournament

The date is May 7, 2016. The event is the Annual Fairfield Bay Firefighters Golf Tournament. The and the goal is to have fun while raising funds for our Fire Department. You may sign up at the Indian Hills Pro Shop or email [email protected] for an entry form. The entry donation fee is $50 per […]

8th Annual Literacy Tournament a Success

Global Foods CEO Robbie Brown, Alice Chambers and Karen Tangen, Fairfield Bay Library co-directors, and Ernie Campbell, Fairfield Library Friends, Inc. tournament coordinator The 8th Annual Tee It Up for Literacy Golf Tournament was held on Saturday, April 16, at the Indian Hills Golf Course with 20 teams playing. The event is an annual fundraiser […]

Shop With A Cop 1st Bass Tournament Results

Our 1st Annual Shop with a Cop Bass Tournament was held Saturday, April 16 at Devils Fork, Greers Ferry. With nice weather, we had a great turn out with 41 boats. We want to Congradulate our winners: 1st place (16.62 lbs) Paul Harper and Donnie Bates, 2nd place (15.54 lbs) Bucky Chandler and Heith Crow, […]