Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 2003
Published 12:00 am Thursday, August 2, 2018
Couriering the area this week in 2003 – Clemmons Village Council was named as a defendant in a lawsuit from the Department of Environmental and Natural Resources (DENR), regarding Beaverbrook Dam in Old Meadowbrook subdivision as being a high-risk dam.
Duane Aaron Danner, of Clemmons, was approved for licensure as a Certified Public Accountant in the state of North Carolina.
First Citizen Bank was preparing to open its new Clemmons office on Lewisville-Clemmons Road in August.
Three West Forsyth High School students participated in the US Naval Academy’s week- long summer seminar program in Annapolis, Maryland. Those that attended were George T. Whitlatch of Lewisville, Patrick S. Walsh, of Lewisville and Rachel P. Hargis of Winston-Salem.
Matthew D. Joyner was named to the dean’s list at Coastal Carolina University for the spring semester.
The following local residents were among those receiving degrees from Western Carolina University. Those from Clemmons were Dianne Alicia Barefoot, Joshua Kenneth Scales and Seth Thomas Spainhour.
The NC Cooperative Extension Service, Forsyth County Center, was awarded a grant of $15,000 by the Winston-Salem Foundation. The grant was used to provide fourth-year funding for the Tanglewood Arboretum outreach and restoration project.
A controversial call forces the Southwest Forsyth boys Major Division All-Stars into the losers bracket.
Linda Ilskey, a representative for Sterling Events in Clemmons, was elected to the Executive Board of Directors as Vice President of Finance of the Meeting Professionals International Carolinas Chapter.
Ron Rash became the new principal at Lewisville Elementary School. He replaced Dr. Ron Montaquila, who served as principal for the last five years.
A former captain in the US Air Force and current town manager of Lillington, Robert J. Greback, was offered the position of the town manager of Lewisville.
Derrick S. Boone, Jr., son of retired Naval Reserve Captain and Mrs. Derrick S. Boone, Sr., of Clemmons, participated in the US Navel Academy’s week-long summer seminar program in Annapolis, Maryland.
Brett Ward Butler, a member of Boy Scout Troop 736, sponsored by the Clemmons Civic Club, earned his Eagle Scout Award.