Pictured between Rotarians Al Engel and John Young are three of the six SAHS Juniors sponsored by ST this past summer.  From left to right are Chelse Burton;  Steve Sherlock; and Eve Austin.
Among the most rewarding things we get to do as Rotarians is the shaping of young adults into tomorrow's leaders through various scholarship and awards programs.  Camp Neidig is one such program which ST is pleased to sponsor each year for qualifying Souderton Area High School (SAHS) Juniors.
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 interact with guest speakers from various professional backgrounds who  discuss what it means to be a good leader. They also participate in various problem solving activities that can be both physically and mentally challenging. Every activity throughout the weekend is designed to help campers develop their leadership and teamwork abilities.
Camp Neidig is for high school juniors living within Rotary District 7430, which covers much of southeastern Pennsylvania.  Students chosen to attend come from various schools, and must have exhibited above average leadership abilities in various scholastic and/or community activities.  Campers are sponsored by their local Rotary Clubs, which coordinate camper selection with high schools in their districts.  The Souderton Telford Club sponsors students from Souderton Area High School.