Wear And Share Continues To Prosper

Once again, Wear and Share is pleased to report that things are going well with the store. Even though this past year continued to show a downward trend both in sales dollars as well as in the number of volunteers needed to effectively operate the store, we were able to meet our donation commitments and […]

Fairfield Bay Rotary News

Sid Robers

At rotary, we always find important issues to talk about. Sid Roberts talked to us about the loss of his home due to fire. Sid grew up in Little Rock and is an Electrical Engineer by training, having graduated from the Univ. of Arkansas in 1965. He traveled the world while working for Conoco and […]

Piecemakers News May 2015

Piecekeepers

Wednesday, May 20, 2015 began as a rainy, dreary day, but at Piecemakers’ monthly quilt club meeting the room was filled with a cheerful group of quilters with twenty-eight members and guests in attendance. Susan Moore welcomed everyone and Pam Davis gave the treasurer’s report. Eloise Brown conducted the business meeting. To add a little […]

Theater Proceeds Distributed

Our Towne

Our Towne Productions Directors, Sharon Luxon, Left and Jackie Rhorer, right, present a check over $2,100 from the proceeds from the performances of the recent play “Harvey” to Sharon Schaffer, representing the Conference Center. Another check for the same amount is also given to the Fairfield Bay Library. The performances of Our Towne Productions is […]

Outdoor Adventure Club Canoe Float and Hike

Inviting all adventurers for a day trip on the Buffalo River June 10 with a rain date of June 12. We will meet and depart from the parking lot at Indian Hills 8 a.m. sharp, then caravan up to Wild Bill’s Outfitters at the Buffalo State Park area just off Highway 14. We’ll put in […]

Fairfield Bay Rotary News

Willa Wells

by Fred Hilsenrath We had the pleasure of listening to Willa Wells on volunteering. Here are the impassioned points she made and examples Willa cited to us. “Volunteer – It’s the right thing to do.” From the first volunteer fire department, founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1736, through the establishment of the American Red Cross […]

Afternoon Sorority Tea

Afternoon Tea

An afternoon tea was held in the home of Laureate Alpha Lambda member Alice Chambers, with co-hostess Carol Adams serving hot tea, cucumber, dill and cream cheese sandwiches, cinnamon twists and assorted tea cakes. Alice shared many interesting facts and stories about her teapot collection, many of which came from England. Chapter members were dressed […]

Biodiversity of Streams and the Little Red River

Fish

The Little red Audubon Society will host speaker, Jeff Quinn, a Stream and River Fisheries Biologist, with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Jeff will discuss the biodiversity of stream fishes in Arkansas and the Little Red River. The South Fork of the Little REd River is home to at least 42 species of fish. […]

Thank You Fairfield Bay

Marge Wright

Marge Wright, representing the VFW Ladies Auxiliary at Post 4513, Fairfield Bay was presented a beautiful plaque on May 1. A banquet at Sherwood Forest honored the volunteers who work at Towbin Fort Roots V.A. in North Little Rock. It was sponsored by the volunteer office at Fort Roots. The plaque presented to the VFW […]

Zeta Sigma Gives To Community

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Zeta Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi annually makes donations to deserving organizations. The picture represents $50 checks presented to six organizations. From left to right are Mary Phillips, Care Caps Director; Alice Chambers, Fairfield Bay Library Director; Sharon Luxon, President of Zeta Sigma Sorority; Linda Ritchie, President of the Animal Protection League; Joyce Dobbs […]