Log Cabin Pancake Supper Benefit

Log Cabin

Mark your calendars for Saturday, March 21, 2015 from 5 to 7 PM to attend one of those great pan cake suppers cooked up at the Lion’s Den in Fairfield Bay. Tickets will be $6.00 per person and can be obtained from any Quester member or purchased at the door. The two local Quester Chapters, […]

Leaders For the Blind


by Jim & Phyllis Wilkins “It all began in 1938 when Charles A. Nutting, Donald P. Schuur and S. A. Dodge led the Uptown Lions Club of Detroit in establishing a school to train dog guides for the blind. Their motivation was Dr. Glen Wheeler, a fellow Uptown Lion whose attempts to be accepted by […]

Care Cap Workshop to be Conducted in Clinton

Care Caps

Mary Phillips, Owner/Manager of Care Caps, demonstrates the sewing procedure to Opal Tester, a Crabtree EHC Member in last April’s Sew-in Workshop. Van Buren Extension Homemaker Club’s (EHC) County Council will sponsor and host a Care Cap Workshop at the Clinton United Methodist Church from 9 am until 2 pm on Wednesday, 25 March. Mary […]

Daughters of the American Revolution March Meeting

DAR Insignia Pin

The Little Red River Chapter of NSDAR will have their meeting March 13, 2015 at First Electric Cooperative, Heber Springs, AR. The luncheon will begin at noon, with hostesses being Dora Robinson and Carolyn Johnson. Our guests will be the winner of the DAR Good Citizen Award Scholarship, Bethnee Edwards and her parents, Byan and […]

Fairfield Bay Rotary by Fred Hilsenrath


A warm welcome was given to Jackie Sikes, Director of the Dirty Farmers Community Market, Jackie talked to us at the Rotary Club about her various interesting projects. Jackie has lived in Van Buren county now for 12 years. She opened the market in May of 2013. Last October she added the Greater Good Cafe. […]

IRV Flag Presentation

IRV Flag

Flag Presentation…Old Glory was retired at IRV. Americanism Chairman, Debra Lutz, presented the new flag to IRV Executive Director, Donna Brock and Assisted Living Administrator, Nancy Deckard. Also present was resident, Augie Bode, Ladies Aux members, Carolyn Cook, Patsy Weidanz, Chris Lang and Marge Wright.

Outdoor Adventure Group Last Winter Hike

Weather permitting the last winter hike of the Fairfield Bay Outdoor Adventure Group with take place Thursday March 5. The hike will be along the Robinson Point trail which over looks Lake Norfolk just outside Mountain Home. This is a 3.3 mile long loop trail that does not appear to be too difficult. The hikers […]

WSB Meets Fund Raising Goal

Lion 3-10-13

When the clients at the World Services for the Blind left on the holiday break in December it was unknown if they would have a learning facility to return to. The “World Services for the Blind was founded by Arkansas Lion Roy Kempe in 1947 to serve people who are blind and visually impaired, who […]

Fairfield Bay Rotary by Fred Hilsenrath


David Robinson spoke to us at the Rotary luncheon. David is a major in the Salvation Army. He grew up in Davenport Oklahoma. While in High school he worked in oil fields and after graduation attended Jr. College in Oklahoma. For the next 5 years David worked for Ford Manufacturing for 8 years and another […]

Essay Goes To National

Mathew Alberg

Marge Wright Aux Scholarship Chairman Mathew Alberg, a home schooled student in the Shirley area, entered an essay in the VFW 4513 and its Auxiliary patriots Pen contest for 6,7 and 8th grade students. The topic of the essay was “Why I appreciate Americas Veterans.” After winning first place, it then went to District, where […]