Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 2006
Published 12:00 am Thursday, April 25, 2019
Couriering the area this week in 2006 — The Lewisville Council debated firearms ordinance changes in a public hearing meeting. The council considered changes to the town’s firearms ordinance. The changes would place greater restrictions on who could use firearms and where they could be discharged.
Local Boy Scout District Executive Adam Cook completes National Boy Scouts of America (BSA) training.
Three Forsyth County seniors from West Forsyth High School were among the 2006 recipients of the North Carolina Teaching Fellows scholarships — Jaslin Marie Dais, Amy Elizabeth Lyerly and Michelle Lynn Showalter.
Clemmons Businessman, Ed Broyhill, was leading the North Carolina Republican Senate Committee fundraising efforts for the 2006 election.
State Farm recognized Clemmons agent, Brad Romine, for being inducted into the Million Dollar Round Table. MDRT is the premier association for financial professionals.
West Forsyth football and baseball player John Stamper verbally committed to Wake Forest University to play football.
Bouncing back from a disappointing loss in the Forsyth County tournament, the West Forsyth varsity softball team kept its state playoff hopes alive with a 16-0 win over Reynolds High School.
Students at Southwest Elementary beautify their school campus by using recycled trees. Southwest’s PTA, teachers, administrators, parent and student volunteers all lent their time and energy to the beautification project.
West Forsyth High School senior Amy Cason, of Clemmons, received a scholarship to attend Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky, where she planned to play field hockey for the NCAA Division III school.
Clemmons Elementary and Clemmons Elementary were named grand prize winners in the Piedmont Club’s fifth Annual Executive Chef’s Letter-Writing Contest that was conducted among the Forsyth County Elementary Schools.
West Forsyth High School girls’ soccer team beats Mt. Tabor 1-0 in key Central Piedmont Conference showdown.
West Forsyth Titan wrestler Sherman White signed a scholarship offer from Carson-Newman a Division II college located in Tennessee.
Matthew Miller, of Clemmons and a student at West Forsyth High School, earned Wingate College’s Academic Merit Scholarship and signed a letter of intent to play for the Wingate University Bulldogs lacrosse program.