Senator Wilk Honors Community Leaders of Senate District 21 in Recognition of Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, Senator Scott Wilk (R-Santa Clarita) recognizes several prominent community leaders who have made a difference in the lives of families and students living in Senate District 21.
“Black History Month is about history as well as the future. I am showcasing four amazing individuals in the 21stSenate District whose dedication to their work will craft a better future for their congregations, youth, the people they assist and mentor every day. It is my honor to recognize four incredible individuals who’ve given their heart and soul, during the pandemic, to serving others,” said Wilk.
“Hats off and congratulations to this year’s recipients, Dr. Pamela Heller, Bishop Charles Heller, Niamani Knight, and Frank Kelly. Learn more about these great leaders on my website as we highlight them during Black History Month.” 
Senate District 21 Black History Month Honorees:
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Antelope Valley: Pastor/Dr. Pamela Heller and Bishop Charles Heller, Kingdom Life Fellowship Church in Lancaster and Armond V. Brown Enhancement Foundation in Lancaster
Santa Clarita Valley: Niamani Knight, Founder of STREAM Global Innovations
Victor Valley: Frank Kelly, CEO of No Drugs America