If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito. -Dali Lama
Camp Neidig was created by Joseph S. Neidig, governing officer of Rotary District 2654, in 1950. Today, Camp Neidig is a leadership camp that brings together talented high school students for a four-day weekend of fun, friendship, and team-building activities. Campers will interact with guest speakers from various professional backgrounds who will discuss what it means to be a good leader. They will also participate in various problem solving activities that can be both physically and mentally challenging. Every activity we do throughout the weekend is designed to help campers develop their leadership and teamwork abilities. It is true what someone once said: “We come as strangers but leave as friends.”
“This weekend was one of the best experiences of my life. I honestly can’t describe how much fun it was and how many amazing friends I made.”
Camp Neidig is named after its founder, Joseph S. Neidig, who started a “Leaders of Tomorrow” camp in 1950 in Green Lane, PA.