Camp Neidig was created by Joseph S. Neidig, governing officer of Rotary District 2654, in 1950. During his term as governing officer, Neidig founded the "Leaders of Tomorrow," a camp at Camp Delmont in Green Lane, Pennsylvania. The purpose of this camp was to further the leadership abilities of young boys.In 1990, females were invited to camp for the first time, as Camp Neidig became a co-educational experience. Camp Neidig is at Camp Manatawny. Campers will interact with several guest speakers from various professional backgrounds who will discuss what it means to be a good leader. These experiences along with Q&A sessions allow the campers to hear about real life leadership examples and stories.Throughout the weekend, campers will participate in a series of problem solving stations that will both mentally and physically challenge the campers to work as a team. ​​Each problem solving activity has been designed to test and refine specific leadership skills.
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