The Council read three Proclamations for March:
The month of March is declared "American Red Cross Month"
March 3-9 is declared "Multiple Sclerosis Week"
March 15-22 is declared "Forsyth Creek Week"
Richard Gottlieb introduced three of his Volunteers from Senior Services, Diane Potter, Jim Brewer, and Bill Magnus. These folks work with Meals on Wheels and Senior Services of Forsyth County.
Mr Gottlieb went on to present a summary of the services provided to the community, including the Senior Lunch, In-home care, and the Williams Day Center. Clemmons currently has 7 elderly residents on a waiting list for services. If you would like more informa ...
The New Year started off with the swearing in of open Village Council seat appointee Darrrell Roark by Forsyth County District Court Judge David Sipprell. This appointment did not come without public comment expressing concerns of how the meetings to discuss the record ten candidates to fill Nick Nelson's vacant Council seat where so quietly formulated. These special meetings where held both the day after Christmas and the day after New Year.
An additional item of business was the good news of a traffic light coming to Lewisville-Clemmons Road and Allegacy Way. Design has been approved for a Mast Arm Signal Pole at the cost of $200,000 which NCDOT has been holding for Clemmons over the pa ...
Last week, the Journal West wrote an article about our Facebook page, with the headline "Clemmons officials denounce Facebook page."
To backtrack a little, we did receive an email on Tuesday from Lisa ODonnell at the Journal, asking if our community/ business page was ever confused with the official government page. The short answer to that question would be "the Village Government doesn't have a Facebook page" but the issues are deeper than that.
Two-way communication from the Village government is lacking, relying on traditional print media and the official website at www.clemmons.org. These are both excellent means of communication, but fall short when&nbs ...
by Ed (vofc staff)
We recently caught up with Jay Gangwani at KORE Training systems in Clemmons, a recent runner-up in the Smitty's notes "best place to work out" category.
Q:Jay, thanks for talking with us today, how long have you been in the Village of Clemmons?
My family has lived in Clemmons for 9 years, and we've been in business for five years in our current facility
Q:What makes KORE different than other gyms or the YMCA?
Before we do any form of training we do a assessment to see the individuals fitness level (ROM/Balance+ Stabilization/Flexibility/Strength/Endurance/Etc…).We are the ONLY Functional Fitness Training Studio in North Carolina. Our training sessions ar ...