Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 1990
Published 12:00 am Thursday, November 29, 2018
Couriering the area this week in 1990 — Plans for a new 4,000-sq.-ft. Alcohol Beverage Control store on Ramada Drive were underway.
The Reverend Louis L. McGee, of Clemmons and director of the division of clinical pastoral education with N.C. Baptist Hospital, received the Distinguished Service Award from the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc.
Members of the Clemmons Historical Society wore gowns from the 1870s and welcomed guests to the Tanglewood Park Clubhouse gala. Hostesses were Diane McGee, Dottie Nifong and Janet Banzhof.
The Clemmons Cowboy Junior Bantams football team lost to the Pfafftown Packers 28-12 in the Sertoma Bowl.
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Brian P. Young, son of Janice and Walter Young of Clemmons, reported for duty aboard the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy, homeported in Norfold, Virginia, but deployed to the Middle East in support of Operation Desert Shield.
Two locals students at North Carolina State University, Nicole Schramm and Michael Parker, were named new participants in the 1990-91 University Scholars Program.
Michael Landreth, of Clemmons and a delivery driver for United Parcel Service, was recognized by the company for completing five years of driving without an incident.
West Forsyth gridiron standouts Gray Bovender and Tori Workman were selected to play in the 1990 NC-SC Shrine Bowl high school all-star football game.
The Clemmons Village Council voted to build bigger sewer lines in the area north of Interstate 40 to allow for future annexation.
Chris Suber, of Clemmons, was the Courier’s featured, “Cook of the Week.” She and her family had moved to Clemmons from Little Rock, Arkansas.
Frank Harris joined the staff of the Clemmons Post Office as the supervisor of postal operations.
The Lewisville Library was preparing to celebrate its 20th anniversary with a party at the library.
Todd Hagland emerged as the winner, in a difficult week, of the Courier football contest by missing six. Second place went to Gray Bovender who missed seven along with several others. His tiebreaker made the difference.
Jonathan Duggins and Kirby McCrary were named Student and Teacher of the Month, respectively, by the West Area Council of the Greater Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce. Duggins, 10 years old, was a fifth grader at Clemmons Elementary. McCrary was a Spanish teacher at Clemmons School.