Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 1989

Published 12:00 am Thursday, September 19, 2019

Couriering the area this week in 1989 — The approval of the annual audit of village funds was postponed until the auditor investigated the checking accounts of the Arts and Appearance committees.

Eight Clemmons area students have been named to the 1989 Belk Fashion Teen Board. Those included were Jinda Branch, Nina Crawford, Jennifer Hendrix, Kyle Moody, Jennifer Moore and Mandy Snow from West Forsyth High School and Gina Christensen and Danielle DelGuercio from Forsyth Country Day School.

Calvary Day School split its soccer matches losing to Westchester Academy 3-1 and beating Southview 12-0.

American Lubrication Services, Inc. announced the election of Craig W. Ewing, of Clemmons, as president and chief executive officer.

Rodney R. Sides, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sides, passed the uniform certified public accountant examination in Raleigh.

A group of Clemmons teenagers and adults were among the behind-the-scenes workers expected to help raise as much as $55,000 for the Forsyth County unit of the American Cancer Society through the annual fall Horizon traveling fashion production at Benton Convention Center. Among those volunteers involved were LaDonna Ferguson, Gloria Gamble, Jenny Puckett, Nancy Yeager, Mary Lou Christensen, Mandy Snow, Gina Christensen, Nina Crawford, Jennifer Hendrix, Jinda Branch, Kyle Moody, Jennifer Moore and Danielle DelGuercio.

Marine Pvt. James B. Gibble, son of Rebecca A. and William E. Hamilton, Jr., completed the School of Infantry. He was a 1988 graduate of West Forsyth High School.

Steven M. Kelly completed training in fundamental military skills at the Army ROTC Camp Challenge at Fort Knox, Kentucky. He is the son of Michael R. and Jane M. Kelly of Clemmons.

The Rev, L.L. McGee, of Clemmons, was honored on Sept. 15 at the Ramada Hotel by the Clinical Pastoral Education Division for 25 years of ministry and leadership.

Boy Scout Troop 736 held its 12th annual Roy Burke family weekend at Laurel Ridge Moravian Camp. Fifty-one scouts and family members attended.

Late touchdown pushed the West Forsyth Titans past Glenn with a score of 22-18. Standouts for the game were Gray Bovender and Freddie Transou.

Betty Hutchins, Carolyn Tilley and Gail Burgess placed first, second and third respectively in the championship flight of the Tanglewood Ladies Golf Association play.

The West Forsyth varsity volleyball team extended its Central Piedmont conference winning streak to seven with victories over Reynolds and Greensboro Dudley. The lady Titans also won a non-conference match against Forbush.