Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 1990
Published 12:00 am Thursday, October 15, 2020
Couriering this area this week in 1990 — Four seniors from West Forsyth High School were named semifinalists for the 1991 National Merit Scholarship Program. The students were James E. Barr, John V. Bays, Allana S. Mayhue and Teke N. Tabor.
The Clemmons Garden Club had a workshop making Christmas tree decorations at a recent meetings. The club won three blue, four red and two yellow ribbons for Dixie County Fair entries. Estelle Smith won the Award of Merit for her white dahlia.
Bill Beattie, vice-president with 1st Home Federal, was named branch manager of the Stratford Office. Beattie was previously the manager of the Clemmons office.
Linwood Taylor was promoted to director of golf at Tanglewood, Glenn Meisch, president and general manager of Tanglewood Park announced. Taylor replaced Bobby Vaughan, who recently had announced his retirement.
The West Forsyth girls tennis team moved a step closer to first place in the Central Piedmont Conference with a 6-3 win over Mt. Tabor. During the match, West got singles wins from Kristy Kind, Susan Mizell, Charisma Brock and Jennifer McCulloch.
The Appearance Committee met and voted to award their appearance flag to Edgar B Furniture on Clemmons Road. Bill Edwards, chairman of the committee, said the management of the store had done an outstanding job of maintaining and upgrading their business and the committee wanted to honor them for their efforts.
Eight local residents who attend the University of N.C. at Greensboro have been named marshals this year. From Clemmons: Veronica Arrington, Tanya Bear, Ericka Devinney, Cheryl Michalee, and Michael Reddon. From Lewisville: Manuel Sanders III and Lori Wood.