About Three Eagles Rotary
The Goldsboro Three Eagles Rotary Club was chartered in 1995 by Rotary International. The Club was started by the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base's 4th Fighter Wing Hospital Commander.
The Club's name, Three Eagles, dates back to WWII when United States volunteers joined the Royal Air Force in Great Britain and established what were known as the RAF Eagle squadrons. Three of those original squadrons remain today in the 4th Fighter Wing.
The Three Eagles Rotary Club meets every Wednesday morning at Wayne Memorial Hospital's Cafeteria in a private dining room from 7:00 – 8:00 am.
We are a fun group, but we are serious about the Rotary focus on:
Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
Maternal and child health
Disease prevention and treatment
Basic education and literacy
Economic and community development
Water and sanitation
About The Beer Festival
The Three Eagles Beer Festival, sponsored by the Goldsboro Three Eagles Rotary Club, is having its sixth annual fund-raising event to raise money for local non-profit organizations and to support Rotary International in its efforts to eradicate polio and promote world peace and understanding.
The Three Eagles Beer Festival features craft beers, primarily from regional breweries. The 2020 beer festival anticipates having over forty (40) different beers representing the full spectrum of beer styles, including Pilsners, Amber Ales, Pale Ales, IPAs (India Pale Ales), Lagers, Porters, and Stouts. The beer fest provides a great opportunity to speak with the breweries' representatives and learn about the limitless variables involved in the craft of beer making and beer styles.
Live music will be provided and food trucks will offer some yummy edibles to pair with the craft tastings.