Silver Jubilee


by Jim & Phyllis Wilkins Leader Dogs for the Blind is currently celebrating its silver jubilee, since first opening its doors in 1939 and continuing to provide quality service in 2014. “Our mission is empowering people who are blind or visually impaired with lifelong skills for independent travel through quality Leader Dogs, highly effective client […]

Leitner Elected As Ladies Auxiliary President

Patti Leitner

Fairfield Bay Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary 4513 is very proud to announce the election of one of our own to the office of President of the State of Arkansas Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary. Patricia “Patti” Leitner joined the Fairfield Bay V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary 4513 in 2001 under the eligibility of her […]

How Many Lions by: Jim & Phyllis Wilkins

Lions We Serve

How many Lions does it take to screw in a light bulb? Well, we really don’t know the answer to that one, guess it would depend on how high off the ground the light bulb needed to go. What we do know is to form a Lions Club the minimum charter requirement is 20 people […]

Fairfield Bay Rotary by: Fred Hilsenrath


About two month ago my back was operated on. After I returned home I had the privilege to be looked after by the home health-care service and Pamela Leal is the head-nurse in our area. I got the best loving care from Susan Stewart, Dione Henry, Lise Nease, and Brad Smith, all home health care […]

Garden Club Trip


On July 15, 2014, the Fairfield Bay Garden Club will be traveling to Little Rock to visit the Esse Purse Museum and the Clinton Presidential Center. At the Clinton Center the group will spend time viewing the Chihuly exhibit. Lunch will be at the Forty Two restaurant which is on site. Meet in the parking […]

Men’s VFW Catfish Dinner


The men of VFW Post #4513 in Fairfield Bay are planning another of their “Almost Famous, Mouth Watering Catfish Dinners” on Friday, July 18 starting at 5:30 p.m. Bill Henley and his crew will cook catfish until you can’t eat another bite. And, of course, your favorite trimmings will accompany the crispy, hot, southern favorite; […]

Rotary News by Fred Hilsenrath


Kristy Edwards, a Fairfield Bay resident, reported to us her volunteer work with CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) a sworn officer of the court for the 21st District, including Searcy, Van Buren and Faulkner Counties. A CASA Advocate becomes the “eyes and ears” for foster children who were taken out of the home due to […]

June Piecemakers News


Summer is in full swing and numbers were a little sparse, but the enthusiasm and camaraderie of Piecemakers Quilters was in abundance at their monthly quilt club meeting on Wednesday, June 18. Linda LaDoux welcomed members, new members, and guests. Pamela Davis gave the treasurers report; then Victoria Banks conducted the business meeting. Jill Hardison, […]

Independence Day Breakfast


by Jim & Phyllis Wilkins On Friday, July 4, our community and nation will celebrate Independence Day for the 238th time. Many parts of the country celebrate in different ways and here in Fairfield Bay is no different. Besides the fireworks on the lake in the evening, we will have a parade beginning at 9 […]

Our Work As Lions

Lions We Serve

When it comes to meeting challenges, our response is simple: We Serve. In over 200 countries, in hospitals and senior citizens centers, in regions battered by natural disaster, in schools and eyeglass recycling centers, Lions are doing community volunteer work. We want everyone to see a better tomorrow. That’s why we support sight programs and […]