Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 1988
Published 12:00 am Thursday, January 2, 2020
Couriering the area this week in 1988 — The state of North Carolina recommended that Clemmons receive $1.7 million of EPA funds to help build a sewer system.
The Courier sidewalk survey question, “Should the Spur get a Permanent ABC License?” was answered with four no’s and two yes’.
The Future Farmers of America at West Forsyth High School elected new officers — Jim Pope, president; Joey Agee, vice president; James Evans, secretary; Danny Roark, treasurer, David Perry, reporter and Tim Marzano, chaplain.
The following West Forsyth High School students were chosen as semifinalists for the National Merit Scholarships — Ruth E. Dickey, Timothy E. Freeman, Regina L. Jones and Laura J. Long.
Three local Extension Homemakers received awards at the Extension Homemaker State Council meeting in Winston-Salem. Those included were Renie Miner, Janet Turner and Polly Caudle.
Leslie MacKeen, a fifth-grader at Forsyth Country Day School in Lewisville, was one of three students in the country to have selected to win the 1988 Written and Illustrated by…awards contest for students.
Robert Phil Beavers, of Clemmons, was named loan operations officer at Central Carolina Bank’s Clemmons office.
Bonnie Sellers, of Lewisville, was the Clemmons Courier’s selected “Cook of the Week.”
The West Forsyth varsity football team beat North Davidson with a win of 26-0 in the CPC season opener.
The West Forsyth junior varsity soccer team raised it record to 2-1-1 with wins over North Forsyth and Glenn.
The West Forsyth girls volleyball team won the CPC title with a victory over Parkland to give the team a 9-0 conference record.
Elise Kearns, 10, from Kentucky and granddaughter of Paul and Adeline Schneeloch of Clemmons, competed in the Bluegrass State Games at University of Kentucky.
Nancy Stone and Vonnie Johnsen placed first in 18-hole play in Tanglewood Ladies Golf. Second place went to Carolyn Tilley and Jean Norman and third to Sara Anne Pearson and Yvonne Tilley.
Clemmons artist Harry Respess’s prints of Wait Chapel were presented to George Bush and Michael Dukakis following their recent debate at Wake Forest University.