Ingram serves as N.C. House page

May 2013
Charlotte Post;5/9/2013, Vol. 38 Issue 35, p1A
The article reports that Shelby Ingram, student of West Charlotte High School in Charlotte, North Carolina (N.C.), spent a week at the General Assembly acting as a page, an individual who learns the lawmaking process of N.C. government, in the N.C. House of Representatives.


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