Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 1990
Published 12:00 am Thursday, August 9, 2018
Couriering the area this week in 1990 – Village manager Tom Long was meeting with David F. Long, chief planner with the Division of Community Assistance on annexation plans by Clemmons.
Early tentative boundaries for an incorporation of Lewisville included Shallowford Road core area of the village and major subdivisions.
Brother and sister, Alex and Suzanne Black of Lewisville, qualified for the North Carolina swimming team that completed in a southern regional meet.
David and Mary Binkley, of Clemmons, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with a party hosted by their children, Lee and Suzanne. They were married August 7, 1965.
Kathy Falin, of Clemmons, was featured as the Courier’s “Cook of the Week.”
Clemmons Moravian Church celebrated its 90th year anniversary with special activities and services on Saturday and Sunday.
At a change of command ceremony, Lt. Col. Ralph G. Howell of Clemmons, assumed command of the 105th Engineer Group, NC National Guard, headquartered in Winston-Salem.
Aaron Moser clipped Robert Knapp for first place in Tangelwood’s BMX competition. Moser’s victory took place in the 17-and-over cruiser class.
Becky Kirkman took home the top prize in the Tangelwood Ladies Golf Blind Hole Tournament. Flight A winners included Sara Ann Pearson in low gross and Carolyn Tilley in low net.
Steven Davis, of the Brookwood swim team, established a city record in the boys 11-12 breaststroke at the Greater Forsyth Swim League championships. The meet was held at Wake Forest University.
Bobby Vaughn, director of golf at Tanglewood Park, resigned to form Sunset Golf Corporation, a golf course development and management company in Alabama.
The winners of the Clemmons Bike Rodeo were Nathan Harless, Billy Harless and Joshua Long.
Nine-year-old Josh Gough reeled in a 23-inch second and half pound large mouth bass. It was his biggest catch ever.
David Labiak, of Clemmons, was named to the dean’s list at University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He is the son of Joe and Cathy Labiak.
Melissa Tuttle, of Clemmons and a junior at Wake Forest University, left for a semester of study in Venice, Italy.