Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 1994

Published 12:00 am Thursday, November 8, 2018

Couriering the area this week in 1994 — Councilman Warren Kasper resigned his seat on the Clemmons board and was appointed as the new village attorney.

Richard Heriot was appointed to serve as chairman of the Lewisville Planning Board at a special meeting of the town council.

Paige Averett, daughter of Peggy and Phillip Averett of Clemmons, was awarded the Lillian Wald Scholarship from the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis.

A number of local residents were among the 902 students graduating from the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill. The list included Amy K. Brogan, Tifani C. Davis and Deitra L. Williams all from Clemmons. Stacy H. Jones and Ronald H. Nason, Jr. both of Lewisville.

Local karate students won trophies in competition at Karate International of Lewisville — Ricky Pulliam, Billy Ford, Wes Richardson, Blake Richardson, T. J. Styres, Nicholas Pulliam, Jordan Fearrington and Brandon Burke.

Forsyth Country Day’s Lady Furies won their second straight state championship title with a victory over Charlotte Latin 3-1.

Three Lewisville Titan football teams earned playoff spots with a victory in games against the Kernersville Raiders.

The West Forsyth High School varsity football team clinched the conference title with a 30-6 victory over South Stokes. They were top seed in the playoffs.

Gray Wooten emerged as the winner of the football contest missing only two games. Joining him on the edge were Caleb Serge and Chip Eakes, both missing two but lost due to the tiebreaker.

The West Forsyth boys and girls cross country teams both placed second at last week’s Central Piedmont Conference championships.

Three local girls were crowned in the Miss Forsyth pageant — Jill Hutchens from Clemmons, Ashley McGuire from Lewisville and Ellen Burger from Clemmons.

The West Area Council of the Greater Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce presented a check for $2,500 to Southwest Elementary School at the PTA meeting.

Courier sidewalk survey question of the week was, “Does the press treat President Clinton fairly?” Four responded yes and two said no.

The featured “Courier Cooks of the Week” were Lib Brown and Ruth Norman, members of the Sharon Extension Homemakers Club who celebrated their 25th anniversary.