Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 2004
Couriering the area this week in 2004 — A welcome home celebration for Clemmons Elementary School teacher and Army Reserve Captain Jeff Maglio was held at the school. A former third-grade teacher at the school, Maglio had been in Iraq for the past 14 months.
Franchise industry expert, Mick Riddiough of Clemmons, was invited to speak at a National Franchising Summit hosted by FranchiseBuyer, LLC in Miami, Florida.
Four Clemmons-area students earned dean’s list honors at Davidson Community College for the 2003 fall semester. Those included were Janice Shelton Boggs, Marqueritte Colleen Carlson, Dena Kaye Embree and Matthew Kendrick Welborne.
Louis William Vasaly IV, of Clemmons, earned dean’s list honors at the University of Delaware for fall 2003.
Tangelwood Park’s new swimming facility was underway with the demolition phase as workers began moving the existing structure.
Doug Powell, of Lewisville and owner of Accents Blinds, Shutters and Shades, was featured in the Business Spotlight section of the Courier.
Three Clemmons residents were named to the fall semester dean’s list at Salem College. Those honored were Michelle Louise Carlson, Casey Jean Kiser and Tina Collette Sanders.
The Clemmons United Methodist Church group took a 15-day mission trip to a village in Vauxhall, Jamaica. The Clemmons residents’ on the trip were Gloria Earle, John F. Hunter, Bob Jones, Tom Miller, Sally Rutherford, Jim Thomas, Ken Watson, Rich Brown and Minister Phillip Cole.
The youth group of River Oaks Community Church was preparing to present “The Prayer of Jabez,” a musical based on the best-selling book by Bruce Wilkinson.
North Mecklenburg High School brought West Forsyth High School’s varsity boys basketball season to a halt with a 81-68 loss. The boys squad finished with a 18-9 record.
The lady Titans basketball team fell to North Durham in the sectional finals with a score of 63-55. They ended their season 19-7 which was their best finish since 1997.
Marvin Ward Elementary teacher, Kathy Lineberger, received a $9,500 TIME grant for a garden project.
Several local residents were nominated to the United States Service academies by Senator John Edwards. Patrick J. Walsh,of Lewisville, was nominated to the Air Force Academy. Nominees to the Military Academy at West Point were John Carlton Seeds of Clemmons, Edwin Thorn Pope of Lewisville and Jonathan A. Morgan of Winston-Salem. Naval Academy nominees were Jessica A. Swauger of Clemmons and Sean P. Hurley and Charles A Miller of Winston-Salem.