First Lady: Tiffany O. Williams reminds us to be safe at ‘Healthier Living Walk’

Following the governor’s order, face masks must be worn and social distancing will be practiced at the ‘Healthier Living Walk’ on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 9-10:30 am. Co-hosted by the Ben D. Johnson Educational Center Advisory Board, the Krewe of Excellence and sponsored in part by the Rapides Foundation, all Walk participants must wear a mask/face covering for the informative and fun event which will be at The Ben Johnson Memorial Park, 616 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive.

Natchitoches educator and the city’s first lady, Tiffany O. Williams is the honorary chairperson for the one-mile walk/run on the park’s track. A community activist/volunteer, Williams and her husband, Mayor Ronnie Williams, Jr. are the proud parents of three children; Ronnie, III, Micah and Masie.

Several NSU athletic and student organizations, Natchitoches Regional Medical Center, Natchitoches Outpatient Medical Center, Zeta Phi Beta and Delta Sigma Theta Sororities-alumnae groups will facilitate activities during the setting. For information, call 318-460-7460.