Board Discusses GM Position

As you are all aware, our General Manager, Paul Wellenberger, has tendered his resignation due to health reasons. The Community Club is in the middle of a number of issues that are extremely important to the future of the Club and Fairfield Bay. These include the formation of a non-profit foundation to allow the solicitation […]

Lake Vapors Opens in Clinton

     If you are serious about quitting smoking, Lake Vapors in Clinton, has an alternative that could put you on the road to a healthier you. James and Nancy Fowler have dedicated themselves to a new venture to help people. Lake Vapors offers you an opportunity to cut down on the chemicals that are normally […]

Don’t Keep Family in the Dark About Your Plans

You might work diligently at building a financial roadmap for your retirement years and a comprehensive estate plan. But you can’t just create these strategies – you also have to communicate them. Specifically, you need to inform your spouse and your grown children what you have in mind for the future – because the more […]

VFW Silent Auction

Come out and support the VFW Silent Auction and meatloaf dinner. The Silent Auction starts at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 18. Come and pickup a great bargain for a great cause. The meatloaf dinner begins at 5 p.m. and runs to 7 p.m. for $7 a plate. Auction winners need not be present to […]

Smokey Gets New Home

Last night, as I was scrolling threw my news feed, I came across a dog who was in a shelter. If no one adopted him he could be put to sleep. This haunted me because it was one of the breeds I love. (You know I love my Pits and Heeler breeds). He was a […]

On Patrol May Report

by Chris Waring Summer is upon us and the kids are out of school. Fairfield Bay has many festivals and events coming in the next few months. Your police department is really going to be spending extra time and effort to reduce speeding and stop sign running. You will probably be seeing a large increase […]

Dog Walking

There are many dog lovers in Fairfield Bay who love to walk your dog as part of a daily routine…for you and the dog. Walking your dog can be great exercise for both of you and it can even be relaxing, but also keep in mind that hazards exist. We only have sidewalks near the […]

Miles of Memories by Brenda Miles

“June Meant VBS and Revival Meetings” School let out the last of May but, for me, summer vacation didn’t begin until late June after Vacation Bible School and the Baptist and Methodist revivals were over. These required me getting up just as early as if I were still in school. There were three churches in […]

Out of Bounds by Geary Leason

Viva la Femme Baron Hawkings Smedley issued his much anticipated Millennia Revelation, titled “A Good Man is Hard to Find!” last weekend. This publication summarizes the status of how the people of the world have fared in the last one hundred years as measured by the major issues of life – things like morality, justice, […]

Volunteers Needed

Would you like to learn more about the history of our area and share it with the visitors who come to the Log Cabin, Museum and Cave? If you can volunteer one day a week, it would be so appreciated. Marilyn will train you so you’ll feel comfortable showing people items representing our heritage. It […]