Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 2003

Published 12:00 am Thursday, April 30, 2020

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Couriering the area this week in 2003 – Clemmons United Methodist Church hosted its annual fall festival and invited the Clemmons community.

USA Swimming, the national government body for the sport of swimming, honored Madeline Parra and Ashley Clay, both from Clemmons, as Scholastic All-Americans.

The 1963 class of Southwest High School held its 40th class reunion at The Village Inn in Clemmons. Those in attendance were teachers James Mast, Maxine Swaringen Mast, Gilmer Binkley, Harriet Binkley, Wynona Butner, Sally Huffman, Frank Robinson, Frances Snow and Dorothy Russell. Members of the class in attendance were Bob Dalmer Taylor, Robert Reeves, Ben Franklin Willard, Wayne Davis, Burton Boner, Hazel Gordon Weisner, Nancy Huff Tilghman, Eddie Scharff, Ronnie McDaniel, Lonnie McDaniel, Glenda Pardue McDaniel, Ronny Matthews, Mary Collette Kiger, Dewey Kiger, Betty Newsome Kiger, Rita Craver Kennedy, Wayne Peoples, Mary Vaughn Cookston, Becy Moser Peeples, Roger Hockaday, Wayne Livengood, Gayle Stone Hiatt, Janet Hunter Frenck, Garland Fearrington, Ann Green Fearrington, Leonord Hayes, Allen Craver, Geraldine Vogler Charland, Jimmy Burke, James Branham, Kenneth Beckner, Jerry Barner, Betty Brewer Bright, Miriam Brewer Beauchamp, Becky Sides Robertson, Janet Woosley Royall, Brenda Ketner Harper and Joan Robertson Swaringen.

Marine Corps Reserve Pfc. James L. Springer Jr., son of Margaret L. Swanson of Clemmons and James L. Springer Sr. of Lewisville, completed 12 weeks of basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C.

Truliant Federal Credit Union joined the Clemmons financial community opening its doors on Clemmons Road. To learn more, click here.

Five major regional music acts, including Clemmons resident Joe Robinson, performed at the Carolina Music Ways Festival on the grounds of Old Salem in Winston-Salem.

The North Davidson Black Knights handed the West Forsyth Titans their first conference loss 24-14. The silver lining to the night was a career-high performance for quarterback Brad Peterson.

West Forsyth cross county senior Drew Felts sprinted his way to a first place performance at the Central Piedmont Conference championships with a time of 16:14.83.

Michael Boggs won first place and John Nicholson won second place in the Clemmons Courier’s football contest.

At its meeting, the Clemmons Planning Board voted to recommend approval of both a rezoning and site plan for a future YMCA expansion project.

The West Forsyth boys soccer team overcame a 3-9-1 start to claim the Central Piedmont Conference championship.