Kernersville News Briefs

  • The Kernersville Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Committee is hosting their second annual Magnolia’s & Mimosas: Discover Herville, sponsored by Truliant Credit Union, on Saturday, April 6 from 10 a.m. – 12 noon at Magnolia Bride. The event will feature prominent women in the community through a fashion show showcasing clothes from local boutiques. For more, see the Tuesday, February 12, 2019 edition.
  • Not only does a competitive Special Olympics cheerleading squad in Forsyth County have a new name, but the group will hold a Valentine’s Day roller skating/dance fundraiser in Kernersville on Thursday evening, Feb. 14. They also just returned from participating in the state’s law enforcement torch run conference, so they’ve certainly been busy. The Forsyth Super Stars cheerleading team, formerly the EC Stars, compete regionally and nationally in Special Olympic competitions. For more, see the Tuesday, February 12, 2019 edition.
  • Nestled in a dense woodland forest in Belews Creek, artist Jeremiah Miller feels right at home among the focus of his paintings. Though many of his paintings feature trees like those seen around his home, Miller often enjoys painting scenes from Hanging Rock and the different rock formations that surround the area, as well as other scenic areas. For more, see the Tuesday, February 12, 2019 edition.
  • It has been just more than a year that the Forsyth Humane Society and Forsyth County Animal Control launched a partnership to help save more animals that come through the county’s shelter, and that’s just what they’ve done over the last 12 months. For more, see the Tuesday, February 12, 2019 edition.
  • Seventh grade Language Arts teacher Christopher Walsh was happy, yet humbled, to be able to represent Kernersville Middle School (KMS) as this year’s Teacher of the Year. For more, see the Saturday/Sunday, February 9 & 10, 2019 edition.