Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 2003
Published 12:00 am Thursday, November 21, 2019
Couriering the area this week in 2003 — The deadlock between elected village council members, Mark Smith and Chuck Houska, was broken. The Forsyth County Board of Elections awarded the four-year term to Smith and the two-year term to Houska. Both men received 164 votes in the November election.
The newly elected mayor, Mike Horn, and town council members Robert Greene, David Hauser, Dan Pugh, Ken Sadler, Larry Sowers and Steve Thompson, were sworn in at the G. Galloway Reynolds Community Center.
Governor Mike Easley reappointed Clifford Lewis, of Lewisville, to the North Carolina State Board of Registration of Foresters.
Pfieffer University President Dr. Charles Ambrose announced that Stephanie Lynn Sexton, of Clemmons, was awarded an academic scholarship for the fall 2004 academic year.
Students at Lewisville Elementary School took part in a pumpkin-decorating contest. The winners were Christian Webster, Christy Blevins, Daniel Tandon and Comfort Morton.
With a dominating 23-0 romp over East Burke, the West Forsyth varsity football team accomplished something no Titan team has done since 1990 — earn a berth in the state quarterfinals.
Repeat back-to-back winner Tripp Stone missed four and survived the tie-breaker to win first place in the Courier football contest. Lawrence O. Cline took second place.
The seventh annual Bermuda Run Hospice Gold Classic, held at the Bermuda Run Country Club, raised $37,800 for the Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home.
The West Side Civic Theatre was preparing for the production of “Scrooge” in December. It was planning for five performances at the Lewisville Elementary Auditorium.
Katie VunCannon and Mark Mercer were named West Forsyth Students of the Month.
Stacey and Nick Karagiorgis, owners of Little Richard’s BBQ in Clemmons, were continuing a Thanksgiving tradition by feeding the hungry and homeless.
Kendria Ashley Perry was crowned Miss Forsyth County at the Arts Council Theatre in Winston-Salem.
The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education appointed new principals for Clemmons Middle and Meadowlark Elementary schools. James A. Pope was named principal of Clemmons Middle and Ann Aust was named principal of Meadowlark Elementary.