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Small Team? No Problem!

All teams benefit from a little bit of group dynamics and team building. Even teams that are relatively small in number. That was the thinking behind this SOPUS GA team's activity last 25 to 26 September 2010. Even if there were only eleven in the group, they knew that the team as a whole would benefit from the activities offered by Forest Club. At the very least, the members bonded,

Smiles All Over

Nothing could wipe the smiles off their faces. Not the long drive from their school in Malolos, Bulacan. Not the strong downpour at the start of their activity. These more than one hundred fifty students from Maria Therese Montessori School seemed bent on enjoying their field trip last 25 September 2010. And enjoy they obviously did.To view more photos of the event, please visit our multiply site.

MIS Students Make A Difference

The whole high school of Multiple Intelligence International School, 207 students in all, came to Bay, Laguna last 24 September 2010 to make a difference for the environment. They planted seedlings along the banks of Cambantoc River where trees were destroyed a few years back during Typhoon Milenyo. The reforestation project is a joint effort of Multiple Intelligence International School,

Southridge Student Seminar

Batch 2013 of PAREF Southridge Afternoon School held its student seminar in Forest Club last 20 to 22 September 2010. There were 41 second year students in attendance for the 3 day, 2 night annual event. Activities included talks on human virtues, film showings, sports sessions and outdoor team building games.The Afternoon School began in 1987 for deserving students of limited financial means.

Team Up! Power Up!

A group of 38 individuals from Astec Power Philippines in Rosario, Cavite had a fun and exciting team building exercise in Forest Club last 18 September 2010. And despite the rather strong down pour in the afternoon, the group pushed on to finish the activities and did so with big smiles on their faces. A subsidiary of multinational Emerson Electric Company,

Hey Jude!

More than two hundred 3rd Year high school students from St. Jude Catholic School in Manila traveled to Forest Club last 15 September 2010 for half a day of team building activities. The students arrived just in time from lunch and had all their activities -- including survival, pool as well as team building activities in the afternoon.The field trip was arranged by Fabella Tours.St.

Daghang salamat, CIS students!

The Forest Club was once again home for five days for the Grade 7 students of Cebu International School who flew in last 13 September from the Queen City to celebrate Philippines Week. This was the second straight year that Forest Club was chosen as the venue for this week long camp.The activities included trips to the UP Los Banos Botanical Gardens, the National High School for the Arts,

United, Not Just to Pray But Also to Play

Nineteen members of the China Group of the United Evangelical Church of the Philippines were in Forest Club last 11 September 2010 for a brief team building activity. There were pastors, officers and students in the group. Sice its humble beginnings in 1929, the UECP has now become the largest Chinese church in the Philippines, continuously reaching out to the overseas and mainland Chinese,

STI in FC: (Outdoor) Education for Real Life!

Fifty graduating Bachelor of Science in Information Technology students from STI College Southwoods were in Forest Club last 11 to 12 September for an overnight team building seminar. Founded in 1983 as a training center delivering basic programming education to professionals and students,

Fun in the Rain with Oberthur

Not even the sudden afternoon downpour could stop the fifty employees of Oberthur Technologies SA from enjoying their team building activities last 4 September 2010.

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