(Aberdeen, MD) – Dwayne Noe is the new Executive Director for Camp Hidden Valley, a summer program managed by Boys & Girls Clubs Harford County.
Noe joins the Clubs after retiring from a 34-year career as a technology and agricultural mechanics teacher for Harford County Public Schools. As a teacher, Noe coached soccer, softball, Odyssey of the Mind and Lego Club activities as well as serving as the technical director for dramatic and musical theatre productions at North Harford High School
In his community, Noe was an active leader for Boy Scout Troop 811 in Pylesville, serving as Scoutmaster for four years, and an elder at Grandview Christian Church. He directed Senior High week at Delaware Valley Christian Camp for 10 summers, directing staff and programming for more than 100 campers per week.
A native of nearby New Jersey, he holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education from Abilene Christian University in Abilene, TX and a Master’s degree in Industrial Technology from Rowen College in Glassboro, NJ. Noe also holds a Maryland Home Improvement Commission license and owns and operates his own business providing handyman services.
Camp Hidden Valley is an outdoor education program focused on character and leadership development and curbing summer learning loss. Located on 180 acres of beautiful land along Deer Creek in White Hall, Maryland, it offers a summer day camp program that is clearly unique for the area. With walking and hiking trails, low ropes courses, swimming pool, basketball, archery, indoor spaces and volleyball, a well-rounded camp experience has been created.
Eight two-week sessions will give campers the opportunity to master new skills, make new friends, gain new confidence, and have fun. But, most importantly, Camp Hidden Valley is a place where kids can be kids again.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN.
Camp Hidden Valley
4722 Mellow Road, White Hall, MD 21161
Tel: (410) 272-0010
- OPEN HOUSE – May 9 (2-5pm)
- OPEN HOUSE – May 22 (5-8pm)
- OPEN HOUSE – May 23 (10am-2pm)
- OPEN HOUSE – June 13 (10am-2pm)
About Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County:
Celebrating its 25th Anniversary, Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County was established in 1990 by a group of concerned citizens in the Aberdeen area. The organization now operates clubs in Aberdeen, Bel Air, Edgewood, Havre de Grace and Windsor Valley, as well as summer programs at Camp Hidden Valley and the Aberdeen Swim Club. Our mission is to inspire and enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. The Club is open to all youth ages 6 to 18 and provides positive youth development programs in five core areas: Character and Leadership Development; Health & Life Skills; Education & Career Development; the Arts; and Sports, Fitness and Recreation.