Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 2009

Published 12:00 am Thursday, April 11, 2019

Couriering the area this week in 2009 – Novant Health formally filed its request to rezone 124 acres off Harper Road overlooking Interstate 40 for a new hospital and elementary school in a site plan that included four miles of trails and sidewalks, bike lanes, a pond and tree-lined streets designed by a local architect.

The Clemmons Food Pantry received a donation from the St. Elizabeth Ann Guild of Holy Family Catholic Church.

Emma McCullough, daughter of Stephen and Ellen McCullough, was named to the Dean’s List at Ithaca College’s School of Music.

Clemmons resident, Penny Hull, represented Clemmons in the Mrs. North Carolina International pageant.

Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Nicholas A. Wyatt, son of Robin A. Wyatt and Ricky T. Wyatt was deployed with fellow Marines and sailors of the 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment (Reinforced), Camp Lejeune, assigned as the ground combat element of Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force — Afghanistan (SPMAGTF-A), Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.

A walk-off blast by West Forsyth Titan baseball player Dustin Myers lifted West past Reynolds High School with a score of 4-3.

The Lady Titan softball team beat the North Davidson Knights 4-0 and remained atop of the CPC standings.

The Southwest Forsyth Little League opened their season with a Fun Night planned in the next few weeks.

The Clemmons Village Council voted 5-0 in a special session to seek federal stimulus money to pay for two additional patrol deputies.

After advancing through two phases of competition, the West Forsyth High School JROTC Leadership team, participated in The College Options Foundation’s 2009 JROTC Leadership Symposium and Academic Bowl in Washington, D.C., on the campus of George Mason University.