All month long Sac Hub will be celebrating the wonders of African American women now and back then from the local community to the international level in Celebration of National Women's History Month.  Special tribute will be made to several first ladies located here in the Greater Sacramento Valley Region who will be recognized as well.  Be sure to check out our social media pages at: facebook.com/Sacculturalhub1, instagram.com/thehublive, twitter.com/sachub916

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Dr. Ephraim Williams and his late wife, FIRST LADY Carrie Sue Williams were HONORED by Congresswoman Matsui for their important roles in the Oak Park neighborhood and in the larger Sacramento community ... offering social services, vocational programs, educational support for Sacramento's local youth, and help for the homeless. St. Paul's community center, the Family Life Center, offers programs for all ages focusing on health and wellness through physical fitness and proper nutrition. The leadership and service to our community displayed by Dr. and Mrs. Williams are and have been nothing short of exemplary. The Williams' dedication has made the St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church a staple in the City of Sacramento.  For more info about the Dr. Ephraim Williams Family Life Center visit: http://stpaulsac.org/family-life-center