Couriering Clemmons — What has happening in 1994

Published 12:00 am Thursday, May 2, 2019

Couriering the area this week in 1994 — The residents of Clemmons did not face a tax increase from the 11-cent tax rate in the $1.5 million budget.

Rachel Kuhn, of Clemmons, won for her painting “Portrait of a Virgin.” This painting was among 64 student works on display at he Wake Forest University Fine Arts Gallery.

The West Forsyth varsity baseball team beat the league-leading North Davidson Knights with a score of 2-1. This win kept West alive in the playoff hunt.

Rhamen Love-lane and Alex Cregan, two local basketball standouts, helped the Winston Lakes 15-and-under AAU team claim a state title in the finals at Carver High School.

Lorri Guthrie, daughter of Jack and Brenda Guthrie of Lewisville, placed second in the state on rifle marksmanship at the North Carolina Hunter Safety Skills state tournament in Salisbury.

Holly Elizabeth Lennon, daughter of R. Dennis and Martha Lennon of Lewisville, was the recipient of the Junior Service and Dedication Award at Meredith College.

Thirteen people applied to be members of the planning committee in Lewisville. The 13 who applied included — David J. Branch, Ronald Conley, Robert Dalton, Fred Franklin, Richard Heriot, Greg Quinn, J. K. Sidden, Sheryl Spainhour, Thomas Lawson, Richard Barefoot, Jerry Farmer, John Wells and Dan Pugh.

A $1.2 million expansion for the West Forsyth YMCA became a reality when the Metropolitan YMCA approved a $1 million line of credit for the construction.

The congregation of St. Clement’s Episcopal Church, in Clemmons, dedicated their new building.

Dr. R. Charles Moyer, of Lewisville and Integon Chair of Finance at Wake Forest University’s Babcock School of Management, was named to a five-year term as secretary-treasurer of the Financial Management Association.

Marie’s Florist was named The West Area Council of the Greater Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year.

Christin Leigh Hopp, daughter of Steve and Mary Lee Hopp of Clemmons and a first grader at Clemmons Elementary School, was one of the seven bookmark winners for Forsyth County Libraries.

Daniel B. Sowder, son of Eric and Jane Sowder of Clemmons, earned his Eagle Scout award from Troop 731 of Clemmons United Methodist Church.

West Forsyth student, Misol Murray, was chosen the Clemmons Rotary’s, “Student of the Month” for April.