Lasting Client Relationships
Couple with Insurance AdviserWhen you choose Nestlehut Insurance, you are choosing a company that maintains long-term relationships with our clients. We continue to update and service the needs of our clients to keep them informed on what is best for their insurance situation.
We are a preferred agency with Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield and QualChoice. We also have the professional designations of LUTCF and CLTC. Although we have received numerous national, state, and local sales awards for production, the top two recognitions we received are a thank you and a referral from our clients.
Dan graduated Quitman High School in 1987 and the University of Central Arkansas in 1992. Since 1997, he has been licensed to offer both health and life insurance. Dan uses insurance products to help solve every day problems. Besides being licensed in Arkansas, Dan is also licensed in Louisiana and Texas.
Dan’s parents were born in the mid 1920s, He is the last of eight children, and can relate to those on Medicare. “I was raised by my parents, but in a different generation than most my age. So when I consult with those going on Medicare, I TRULY understand their questions and concerns about insurance and retirement. It is almost as if I was raised with them.”
Nestlehut Insurance has a full time licensed staff to serve you should you have a concern or question. Whenever you become a client, that is NOT when the relationship ends, it is TRULY when our relationship begins.
Currently are licensed staff members are: Jennifer and Sarah. Nikki assists all of the office staff with day-to-day operations and will soon be obtaining her license soon. Feel free to contact any of us should you have a question or a concern.
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If you still have questions, please submit an inquiry using the contact form.
Catering and Personal Chef Services
Weight Watchers friendly dishes are marked with a WW
Prices are for 2 servings
Stuffed Boneless Pork Chops w/gravy….$13.00
Noni’s Meatloaf w/gravy….$11.00
Chicken and Veggies with Pasta….$12.00
Weight Watchers & Low pts
WW Herb Chicken & Broccoli-Breast or Thigh…..$11.00 approx. 6pts.
WW Crack Green Beans….$5.00
Baked Mashed Potatoes….$4.00
Veggie Potato Bake….$5.00
3 Cheese Macaroni….$5.00
Pear Cranberry Salad w/ Maple Vinaigrette….$10.00
Pasta Salad w/ Salami….$5.00
Lasagna for 2….$11.00
Spaghetti w/ Meatballs….$10.00
Ravioli **Special Order**
Garlic Bread (2 slices)….$1.00
Homemade Soups….$5.00/Pint or $9.00/Quart
Cheesy Ham and Potato Soup or Beef Barley Soup
Summer to Go
Turkey and cheese wrap with chips $6.
Sub Sandwich with chips $6 Ham, Cheese, Salami
Small veggie tray with dip $6
PB&J Sandwich $2.50
5 Chicken Nuggets $4.00
-Meals must be ordered 24 hours in advance-
Order via email: robuck46@
Or by call/text: (417)-576-4199
Pick up food at “The Dock”- 375 Dave Creek Pkwy, Fairfield Bay
Pick Up Times
Monday: 4:00-6:30 pm
Saturday: 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
-Meals must be ordered 24 hours in advance-
The North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts and Education, located in Fairfield Bay, Arkansas, works to achieve its mission through professional development programs, advocacy projects and collaborative initiatives among artists, arts organizations and educators.
We engage teachers, administrators, artists, cultural organizations and parents in strengthening quality arts education throughout a region that is known for its cultural and educational richness.
Learning and participation in music, dance, theater, and the visual arts are profitable to the development of our children and our communities.
Through advocacy, partnerships, and professional development, North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts and Education strives to provide and secure more resources and support for arts education.
The North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts and Education recognizes the importance of arts learning both within schools (in non-arts and arts classrooms) and beyond school walls in the community (art centers and museums).
Some NCAFAE participants have a particular interest in educational partnerships among schools and arts institutions.
Within these contexts, core learning in the programs address arts-related issues in educational practices.
Beyond that, NCAFAE participants expand their interests around the arts in education.
Art forms in which NCAFAE participants express interest include visual art, writing, drama, dance, and music.
Meet The Board
Mary Su Forsman