Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 1994

Published 12:00 am Thursday, February 7, 2019

Couriering the area this week in 1994 — American flags were flying on the streets of Clemmons in a welcoming gesture to judges from the Northwest North Carolina Development Association.

Alice Messenger, of Clemmons, was the Courier’s featured, “Cook of the Week.”

Arnold’s Bakery moved to Clemmons in the Allen’s Cove Shopping Center. The store relocated from Jonestown Road in Winston-Salem.

Matthew W. Broome. 18 and of Clemmons, earned his Eagle Scout award. He is a freshman at NC State University and graduated from West Forsyth High School.

Dot Leaman, of Clemmons, who is with Tax Counseling for the Elderly, was preparing to hold an income tax preparation program at Clemmons Library.

The West Forsyth girls junior varsity basketball team remained undefeated with wins over South Rowan and South Stokes.

The Reverend Bob Cantwell returned to the pulpit at Clemmons First Baptist Church after recuperating at home following an accident in the new church addition.

Elizabeth White, of Clemmons, was crowned Miss Petite North Carolina in Raleigh. She was preparing to go on to national competition in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

Three local residents Bonnie G. Pope of Clemmons, Shannon R. Prevette of Lewisville and Whitney L. Youngren of Clemmons, all received degrees from UNC-Greensboro.

Three Clemmons residents who attended Western Carolina University were named to the dean’s list. Those included were Whitney Ann Bond, Robert Garrett and Dawn Marie Hines.

West Forsyth High School selected Jennifer Ring and Andy Boggs as band students of the month.

Gaylon L. Howe, Jr., of Lewisville, was elected senior vice president of Wachovia Bank of North Carolina in Winston-Salem.

Richard Hanes took first place in the Courier basketball contest missing six and second place went to C. C. Banner who also missed six but was bumped to second by the tiebreaker.

The West Forsyth High School band was preparing to host a Valentine’s dance for parents, teachers and friends to try and raise money for new band uniforms.

By a vote of four to three, the Lewisville Town Council agreed to support Kaplans plans to have some 45 acres of residential property rezoned to B3S in order to expand their operations on Lewisville-Clemmons Road

The Lewisville winners in 4-H competition were LeAnn Leagans, Lane Leagans, Sarah Pace and Sharon Morris.

Zachary David Hauser of Thomasville and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hauser of Lewisville, was named Outstanding Teenager for 1993 by the Thomasville Jaycees.