Kernersville News Briefs

  • READ/WS is offering information and training sessions to volunteers in hopes of reaching more students in Kernersville and other schools in Forsyth County to benefit from their Augustine Literacy Project. For more, see the Saturday/Sunday, July 14 & 15, 2018 edition.
  • With love for both children with special needs and horses, Melisa Carter has begun offering horse therapy lessons, as well as teaching horsemanship and offering field trips for local elementary schools. For more, see the Saturday/Sunday, July 14 & 15, 2018 edition.
  • The Near River Dwellers will host the 15th Annual Strong Sun Intertribal Pow Wow from July 13-15 at the Ivey M. Redmon Sports Complex, located at 788 Beeson Park Rd. For more, see the Thursday, July 12, 2018 edition.
  • Pat Gibson, executive director for Epilepsy Information Service of Wake Forest (EIS), explained that they are hosting a free basketball camp for children with epilepsy, called “I Did. You Can.” from July 16 – 20 at The Fitness Center at Kernersville, featuring Greg Brittenham, formerly with the New York Knicks. For more, see the Thursday, July 12, 2018 edition.
  • Many residents along Trailwood Lane are not pleased with Chris Parr’s proposal to transform 18.36 acres of vacant land in Smith Crossing into a single-family rental community. For more, see the Thursday, July 12, 2018 edition.