Couriering Clemmons — This week in 1990
Published 12:00 am Thursday, January 14, 2021
Couriering this area this week in 1990 — Fund-raising efforts for the proposed West Forsyth Family YMCA are “progressing nicely,” according to Ron Willard, chairman of the board of managers for the new facility. On hand for the recent erection of a sign at the 15-acre site on Peace Haven Road, Willard said to date, more than $400,000 has been raised.
The first baby born in Forsyth County on Jan. 1 at 12:11 a.m. was Emilee Christine Mills, daughter of Scott and Sue Ann Mills, of Clemmons. She was born in Forsyth Memorial Hospital.
Patricia. D. Hines, of Clemmons, has been elected trust officer at First Trust Services in Winston-Salem. Hines is an account administrator in employee benefits. She is a native of Winston-Salem and a daughter of Hazel T. Duke of Clemmons.
Clemmons Civic Club Auxiliary met in the ladies’ parlor of the club to install newly-elected officers. Outgoing president, Anna Lena Cooper, installed Betty Higgins as the new president. Other new officers were Doris Noell, vice-president; Janie Douthit, secretary; Opal Wilson, assistant secretary and Margaret Brewer, treasurer.
Bruce Alklen Harbin Jr. made the dean’s list at Georgia Tech for the 1989 fall quarter. Harbin, of Lake Cliff Drive in Clemmons, is studying mechanical engineering. He is a junior.
Ashley Surratt, of Lewisville, and Michelle Andrews, of Clemmons, both West Forsyth varsity cheerleaders, were among 773 high school students from across the U.S. to perform in the Lord Mayor of Westminster’s New Year’s Day Parade in London, England.
Brent Trader and Chad Trader combined for 25 points to lift the Knicks past the Bucks 39-38 in last week’s Clemmons Cougars Intermediate division basketball league. Andrew Morris and Nathan Collins scored 10 points each to pace the Bucks.
Clemmons Masonic Lodge 755 A.F. and A.M. held its annual installation of officers on Dec. 27 with Frederick P. Wood installed as master. Other officers are Clarence Groce, senior warden; Robert N. Lee, junior warden; J. Frank Cook, treasurer; Larry W. Kirby as secretary.