Obituary: Carl F. Fischer


Carl F. Fischer, 101, a long-time resident of Fairfield Bay, AR, died December 4, 2014, in Mooresville, NC, where he had recently moved. He was born November 26, 1913, in Lansing, MI, to Frank and Helen Fischer. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife of 76 years, Rita Lucille (Barnhart), his daughter […]

Community Education Center Special Announcement

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The Fairfield Bay Community Education Center will be closing for the winter at the end of classes on Thursday, December 11, 2014. We will re-open for classes on Tuesday, February 3, 2015. Also, beginning in February, 2015, the Community Education Center Office will be open 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. […]

Share Your “Bounty” with Your Loved Ones


It’s almost Thanksgiving, a holiday that once celebrated the harvest season. Although many of us today may not be directly connected to agriculture, we still gather on Thanksgiving with our loved ones to share whatever “bounty” we may have. But this practice doesn’t have to begin and end with food. Why not incorporate the spirit […]

Town Hall Meeting December 9th

Please plan to attend the joint Club/City Town Hall Meeting scheduled for December 9th at 2 p.m. in the Conference Center performing arts theatre. Mayor/Club GM Paul Wellenberger and Club President Dwayne Miller will provide updates on 2014 activities and will also look ahead with presentation of initiatives scheduled for 2015. Topics will include: 2014 […]

Xi Gamma Kappa Sorority News

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The Xi Gamma Kappa Sorority met at Lea Berry’s home on November 5 for their monthly business meeting. Karen Gehl co-hosted and made a wonderful dessert with hot tea that she brought home from from her recent trip to England. It was decided during the meeting to decorate a Christmas tree for the Chamber of […]

Christmas Fund Raiser At The FFB Library

There’s still time to take a chance on the Christmas quilt at the Fairfield Bay Library. For a donation of $1 for one ticket, or $5 for six tickets. Tickets are available at the library. Sales are a fundraiser for the library. Fairfield Bay Library has Christmas ornaments for $10 each, they are red with […]

Indian Rock Questers


Indian Rock Questers met at the home of Betsy Slaughter on November 24, 2014. Penny Cuttone was co-hostess and served us two wonderful desserts. Linda Lynch was a guest at our meeting. After visiting the Esse Purse museum last month, members decided to bring purses from different generations to share with the group. The oldest […]

To Better Health, Naturally by Brenda Erby Fudge

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Diabetics Find Health Benefits in Cinnamon Essential Oils Known for centuries as “the fragrance of life”, the use of cinnamon essential oil dates back even prior to its Biblical references in both the Old and New Testaments. Results of modern studies are also demonstrating its benefits and effects on numerous health issues, including type two […]

OUT OF BOUNDS By Geary (Smedley) Leason


Geezer Gift Guide Rufus W. Smedley, publisher of the very popular Geezer Digest, has just released the 2014 edition of The Geezer Gift Guide, which once again will help cloying, obligated relatives and halfhearted friends in selecting acceptable, harmless gifts for the increasing number of geezers living amongst us today. Next to spoiled brats and […]

Fairfield Bay Conference Center


What’s Happening at the Conference Center 501-884-4202 December 1- 13 Chamber of Commerce – Festival of Trees The trees are in and the lights are all on. The Festival of Trees opened on Monday December 1. All of the beautiful trees are lighted and trimmed with the many colors of Christmas. If you have not […]