Northside Park in Norfolk was the place to be Saturday August 24. Fancy cars and spectacular motorcycles were lined up side by side in their special glory. It was the day where each car stood on its own glory to win trophies that said I'm the best.
There were cars with doors that opened like wings, with tire rims so sparkly, they gleemed like diamonds. Each car had a personality, or told a story. One car was so unique it reminded me of a TV sitcom called The Family Guy with colorful paintings. Some cars went up and down, and had parts under the hood that were as clean as shinny steel in a new factory. The line up of cars was show stopping, and several cars won trophies.
Digging deeper inside the world of road runners, one group in participation was The Afro Dogs Motorcycle Club from Portsmouth VA. Gloria M Kelly aka Black Butterfly shares how the motorcycle group gives back to the citizens of Hampton Roads through community service. Earlier in the day the group gave a back to school give a way at Northside Park, where students received school supplies for the right start. The Afro Dogs M.C. also give needed supplies to nursing homes, and scholarships to schools in the local area.
For those interested motorcycle enthusiast, the Afro Dogs M.C.does take new members that meet the requirements of the group. Probation period is 90 days, and all duties must be met, along with following the mission of the club.
Contact president of the club Frank Jackson or Gloria Kelly Business Manager at 757 535-8731 or email@example.com.