by Cesca Janece Waterfield
Living life to its fullest is just the way they do things. And on July 18, the Supreme Ladies Motorcycle and Social Club invites area women to take part in an event that features hot prizes and handsome men. The “Hotter than July” Bachelor Bid-Off is a Fund Raiser for Safe Harbor and Home Again Shelters, who assist victims of domestic violence, because the Supreme Ladies always have fun, but they never forget their community or those in need.
These women set their priorities early, putting education and professional achievement first. Then, with degrees and certificates framed, and jobs that keep them focused forty or more hours a week, they went in search of sisterhood, fun and freedom, finding all three in gleaming chrome and horsepower.
Kimberly Nunnally earned her Ph.D. a little more than a year ago. She had invested years in her degree, was happily married and working as a school principal. “When I finished my degree, I needed something else to occupy my time,” she remembers. She attended a meeting of the Supreme Ladies. “I really liked their motto, their vision, and what they stood for.” She talked it over with husband Albert and daughter Meghan. Not long after, she was onboard with the club’s mission – and on a striking bike she named Knight Ryder. Kimberly is known to her Club sisters as “Ivy Diva.”