Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 2003
Published 12:00 am Thursday, November 15, 2018
Couriering the area this week in 2003 – The Town of Lewisville honored veterans, living and deceased, with the dedication of the town’s new Veteran’s monument in Shallowford Square.
Marine Corps Captain Edward R. Fergus, son of Margaret and Harold Fergus of Clemmons, returned from an eight-month deployment embarked onboard the USS Iwo Jima while assigned to the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) based in Camp Lejeune.
Derrick Boone, of West Forsyth High School, was one of more than 1,600 high school seniors who were named semifinalists in the 40th annual National Achievement Scholarship program, an academic competition for Black American high school students.
West Forsyth High School senior, Seth Wingate, played the role of “Herb” in the Little Theatre of Winston-Salem’s production of Godspell.
Hal Newell returned from a mission trip to Baghdad where he distribute food donated by Southern Baptists in America.
The West Forsyth men’s soccer team lost to Mount Tabor with a score of 6-2 in the high school state playoff match.
The West Forsyth varsity football won the first round of the state playoffs by defeating Charlotte’s Myers Park with a score of 25-18.
Winners’ of the football contest were Tripp Russell missing seven but still managing to take first place. Second place went to Marv Edwards who missed eight and survived the tiebreaker challenge.
Two local students earn degrees from Western Carolina University — Donald Lawrence Allen of Clemmons and Andrea Shawn Calhoun of Winston-Salem.
After a record setting regular season, the Forsyth County Broncos Junior Pee Wees were knocked out of Pop Warner football playoff contention with a 30-6 loss to the Freedom Drive Broncos at Carver High School.
The newly elected mayor and town council of Lewisville were preparing to be sworn into office at the G. Galloway Reynolds Community Center.
Mark and Jana Carroll, of Clemmons, invited Tibetan monks, who were visiting Salem College, to dinner.
WXII news anchor Cameron Kent signed copies of his book, “When the Ravens Die,” at Casanova’s Coffees and Fudge in Lewisville.