Forsyth Community: 2018 Edition



There’s an old saying, “Bloom where you’re planted.” The 2018 edition of Forsyth Community embraces that philosophy. Whether you’re a native of Lewisville or Clemmons, or you transplanted here and now call it home, to “bloom where you’re planted” couldn’t be easier in these communities. The roots of community pride run deep in Lewisville and Clemmons, and there is plenty of content in the magazine to prove it.

But first – a bit about the publication itself. Forsyth Community is an annual magazine that celebrates life, work, play, and visiting the Lewisville and Clemmons communities of Forsyth County. The magazine debuted in 2015 and has been widely embraced as a community resource, relocation guide, and visitor’s guide all rolled into one.

This year’s issue continues with a true celebration of community. Content includes fun places to visit in the area, including local museums and festivals, and dates for upcoming local events you won’t want to miss (whether you’re a resident or a visitor!). And history buffs will love the story of Hattie the Stagecoach.

Our very own Rosey, of Forsyth Woman’s Rosey’s Review, has chimed in on some of the great dining experiences you can enjoy right in Lewisville and Clemmons – with a special focus on the signature specialties of 11 great local eateries! And speaking of food – hello, free kids meal?! Yeah – we’re talking to you! We included a directory of places to feed the kids for free!

The special home section will appeal to residents and newcomers alike! From expert advice on buying and selling, to tips on remodeling and redecorating, Forsyth Community gives insight into making a house a home.

The 2018 edition of Forsyth Community also has some great educational and faith-based resources, including “How to Choose a School” and “How to Choose a Church,” as well as a local school and church directories.

Community is always at the heart of Forsyth Community, and this issue is no exception. With articles focused on the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce; Clemmons Community Day; Clemmons Community Foundation; Clemmons Rotary Club; and how to give talents back to the community – there’s a wealth of information on how to be involved and what great organizations are doing in Lewisville and Clemmons.

This issue celebrates local writers, local walking trails, and even includes some of our team’s favorite recipes! There’s something for everyone to enjoy!

And of course, it wouldn’t be Forsyth Community if we didn’t include maps of Clemmons, including a map of local restaurants and local shopping. We’ve also included government directories and contact information for local resources.

The Town of Lewisville and the Village of Clemmons are very special communities. Both serve as bedroom communities to the greater Winston-Salem area and offer convenience to big city living with the tranquility of small-town life.   We hope you enjoy this issue of Forsyth Community and use the newest edition to learn a little more about what Lewisville and Clemmons have to offer.

Forsyth Community is distributed via Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce Welcome Bags; Realtors; All 12 North Carolina Welcome Centers across the state; and extensive distribution in and around the Lewisville and Clemmons communities. In addition to this distribution, The Village Inn in Clemmons provides three-hole-punched copies for each guest room for their 66,000+ annual travelers to peruse.

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Forsyth Community is a great magazine and marketing piece for my business. The return on investment is astounding! It paid for itself in one booking! My sales staff uses this magazine as a Visitors Guide when we invite out-of-the-area groups to meet and stay in Clemmons. We also feature this magazine in every guest room of the hotel so they will know where to go eat, shop, visit, or go for things they need while they are in town.” ~Dana Bryson, Village Inn Event Center


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