I attended a benefit for the Charlotte Museum of History last week, as the guest of my friend, Deborah Hampton.
While I was there, I ran into some folks in my law school class—Tamika Shafeek-Horton, Amy Hinshaw and Chris Brady.
I toured the Hezekiah Alexander house, which dates back to 1774. Hezekiah Alexander served as a local magistrate and leader during the time following the Revolutionary War, when the British were no longer governing the colonies.
It is amazing that we have preserved this historical site so close to the center of the city. Still surrounded by woods, it was a leafy and lush site for the benefit dinner.