The Captain W.H. McCauley Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 260 will be hosting a War Between the States Heritage Day this weekend in Charlotte. The day to honor those who served in the conflict to educate the present about the past begins at 10 am Saturday at the St. Paul Church at 1400 St. Paul Road north of Charlotte. The day will include artillery demonstrations, a CSA infantry encampment, historical displays and lectures, a ladies’ tea and children’s activities. There also will be barbecue chickens for sale. The local Sons of Confederate Veterans camp is named for Montgomery County native Capt. William H. McCauley of C Company in the 11th Regiment of the Tennessee Volunteers. He was wounded in the Battle of Murfreesboro and captured in January 1863 before being released in a prisoner exchange. He died in Dickson County in 1922 and is buried in Union Cemetery in Dickson. All proceeds from the War Between the States Heritage Day will go to the camp’s St. Paul Church fund. The camp purchased and is restoring the church to serve as its headquarters and the site of events remembering the war. The United States continues to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War through 2015. For more information on Saturday’s events, contact Dale Qualls at 446-8939.