About Us


P.O. Box 65325
Fayetteville, NC 28306


Membership Meetings:

Our meetings are held at the Massey Hill Lions Club, 1613 Camden Rd, Fayetteville NC . We typically meet the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. however, there are a few exceptions Quarterly meetings are held in March, June, and September on the fourth Sunday at 2:30 p.m. These quarterly meetings allow those who are unable to attend the monthly evening meetings the opportunity to meet membership requirements and participate in chapter business. The November meeting is usually on the third Wednesday of the month due to Thanksgiving. The December meeting is usually held in conjunction with the chapter Christmas party on a Saturday evening.


 Chapter Events & Activities:

* Annual "Ride to the Wall" in Washington DC during Memorial Day weekend

* POW/MIA Recognition Day Table Ceremony at Freedom Memorial Park

* Participants in "The Ride Home" to honor ex-POWs in Andersonville and Americus, GA

* Fayetteville's Annual Veteran's Day Parade

* Monthly visits to the NC State Veteran's Nursing Home in Fayetteville


 Becoming a Member

Who Can Join - We invite anybody interested in the issues and topics we focus our efforts on to join. You do not have to be a veteran or have served in Vietnam. You do not have to own a motorcycle. Members must be able to dedicate enough time to participate and make a difference in the organization.

How to Join - To become a member of Rolling Thunder® you need to submit a completed application and membership dues for the first year. The only place to get a membership application is at one of our meetings. Guests are more than welcome to attend our monthly membership meetings, and this is the best way to get a feel for the organization and to learn more about what Rolling Thunder® is all about. Please contact us for more information.

Benefits of Membership - There are benefits to becoming a member of our organization. Our members are close friends and we have a great time when we get together. The events and activities that we are involved in are a lot of fun and provide us the chance to make new friends. As a group, we are afforded the opportunity to support area veterans and/or their families. Being a member of Rolling Thunder provides the chance to be part of something "bigger than yourself." Yes, that sounds cliché, but it's true. Everyone brings a certain skill set to the table...together we make a difference!

Rolling Thunder Constitution