Lions Club Sunshine Room

Lions 2012

by Jim & Phyllis Wilkins Lions Clubs around the world have many things in common, but each Lions Club has their own unique personality and way of fulfilling the motto of “We Serve.” Here in Fairfield Bay there is a special room in our Lions Den called the “Sunshine Room” which was part of the […]

FFB Rotary News by Fred Hilsenrath


For a change, we had a report on Fairfield Bay Accomplishments. In particular our new renovated Conference Center. Bob Thompson manages the facility and gave us a detailed report. Somehow I feel our community has grown up; we have a place to have conferences, to arrange parties, to have concerts and plays. Even in the […]

Sorority News

XI Gamma

On March 5, 2014 XI Gamma Kappa met at the home of June Preston. Co-Hostess was Mary Berghorn. Maud Huber and Mary Berghorn received the Ritual of Jewels Degree, Betsy Slaughter receceived the Exemplar Degree and Nancy Mueller the Preceptor Degree after the formal meeting. The sorority will be going to Oaklawn on March 13, […]

Sight Programs

Lion 3-10-13

by Jim and Phyllis Wilkins Lions Club members are proud to be part of a team that “provides more volunteers, doing more community work in more places than any service club organization. When it comes to meeting challenges, our response is simple: We Serve. In 207 countries, in hospitals and senior centers, in regions battered […]

Lions Club Hosts a Pancake Supper and Bake Sale

Lions 2012

The Fairfield Bay Lions Club will host a Pancake Supper and Bake Sale to benefit the Fairfield Bay Conference & Visitor Center electronic sign repair or replacement. You may have noticed that the electronic sign in front of the conference center is having some problems. The sign was generously donated to the center and now […]

What’s In A Name

Lions 2012

by Jim & Phyllis Wilkins On June 17, 1917, at the invitation of Melvin Jones, delegates met in Chicago. The only point of contention was the selection of a name for the new organization. Melvin Jones researched the idea of calling the new organization Lions. He was convinced that the lion stood for strength, courage, […]

FFB Rotary News by Fred Hilsenrath


At Rotary, we have a new Fairfield Bay resident and member: Thom Dillon. We are always delighted to increase our membership, particularly when the new member has an unusual life and professional story. Thom Dillon spent the final nine years of his career as a television producer, working for the National Basketball Association’s national cable […]

Questers Meeting


The Indian Rock Questers, of Fairfield Bay met at the home of Sandra Harshbarger for their February meeting. Willa Wells was co-host and made a delicious chocolate cake. Mary-Su Forsman has joined our Questers group. We are very pleased that our chapter is growing and we welcome her. Nancy Mueller did the program on Hull […]

March D.A.R. Meeting

DAR Insignia Pin

The Little Red River Chapter of DAR will have a joint meeting with the Maria Van Buren Chapter of Clinton on March 8, 2014, beginning at noon at the Simmons First Bank in Clinton. The program will be, “Chapter Development and Revitalization,” given by Sue Thompson of Fayetteville. Sue is the National State Chairman of […]

Andy Chisum Inducted into Optimist Club

Harvey Mook  welcomes Andy Chisum, the West Side School District Superintendent, to membership in the Greers Ferry Optimist Club.

The Greers Ferry Optimist Club has announced the addition of Andy Chisum as a new member of the club on February 17, 2014. Wayne Slaughter, Vice President of the Optimist Club introduced Mr. Chisum and said, “Andy became the Superintendent of the West Side School District in 2013 and has already proven to be a […]