On July 18, Camp Neidig Coordinator, Rick Morrissey, had two of the four students sponsored by Morning Star give a presentation on their wonderful experiences at Camp Neidig. 
Joining us were Jared Rowling, incoming Senior Class President and Captain of the Debate Team Freedom HS. Dhruv Krishna, senior Moravian Academy, is setting up a foundation to raise awareness and support for cancer research..
Jared learned there are different ways to be a leader. A quiet leadership approach can be a very effective technique. As Captain of the Debate Team, he is already planning how to put this to work for his team.
Drew found it is very important to not just talk but listening is vital. The whole camp experience was a great resource for meeting new people. 
Grace Moser, Moravian Academy, was unable to attend as she was volunteering for Operation Smile with the Pennsylvania Dental Association.
Mary Kate O'Reilly, Bethlehem Catholic HS was attending a summer camp at Cabrini College for children with Downs Syndrome.
As Rotarians, we all agreed as future Rotarians the world looks bright! 
You can visit the website www.campneidig.com for more information or contact the committee co-chairs Charles Incalcaterra at cjidmd@ptd.net or Wendy Body at wendy.body@butz.com