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Faculty Team Building

Fifty teachers from Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College in Novaliches, Quezon City participated in team building activities in Forest Club last 1 August 2009. Most of the activities were taken from Forest Club's own Eco Adventure Program. The activity was organized by Yaw Chin Tours. To view more photos of the event, please visit our multiply site.

High School Org Names Itself After Us

I stumbled upon this video on You Tube. The Forest Club of St. Scholastica's Manila is a regular client. As stated in the school web site, it is "a club composed of Scholasticans aged 13-16 years old who love and respect nature especially the Forest.  They must believe that they have a Responsibility towards the protection and conservation of the environment especially our Forest." What I didn't know is that the club was named after us!  

Summer Means Company Outings

Forest Club was once again a favorite venue for company outings this summer. Among our new clients this summer were Proctor & Gamble, Unilever, Globe Telecom, FIladam Pharma, Nitro Asia, Luxure Properties, Land Net PMI, West of Ayala Condominium, Cosmotech, Tangent Solutions, Pycor Inc, Philippine Rice Research Institute and Magnificat Ventures.    

Summer Means Youth Camps

It was summer time once again and Forest Club played host to several camps for youth groups. First was the Children and Migration Youth Workshop organized by Asia Acts last 4 to 6 April 2009. It was a workshop specifically designed for children of Overseas Filipino Workers. Asia Acts or Asia Against Child Trafficking is a regional organization based in the Philippines whose goal is to empower communities to take proactive measures to protect children.

Researchers Rice to the Challenge

Thirty six Finance, COA and IAU employees from the Philippine Rice Research Institute in Munoz, Nueva Ecija travelled all the way to Forest Club for a series of teambuilding and bonding activities last 13 to 14 April 2009. It was a fun-filled stay at the Forest Club as the game researchers participated in all the modules of Forest Club's Eco Adventure Program.

Youth Camp for Children of Migrant Workers

Close to forty participants joined the Youth Camp for Children of Migrant Workers held in the Forest Club last April 4 to 6, 2009.The first of its kind camp was organized by Asia Against Child Trafficking (Asia ACTs) with the help of the International Labour Organization and Save the Children UK. Designed specifically for children of Overseas Filipino Workers, the camp's aim was to help the children better understand and cope with their situation. In a recent blog entry, verabear describes the camp:

Birthday Celebrations at the Forest Club

Forest Club has played host to more and more birthday celebrations in the past few months. But instead of the usual clowns, magicians and parlor games, birthday parties in Forest Club are marked with fun outdoor activities: the canopy walk, the bamboo rafting, the log crossing and many more games from Forest Club's Eco Adventure Program.

College Org Holds Team Building Activity in Forest Club

Thirty five student members of the Human Resources Management Society of the De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde visited Forest Club last 13 to 15 March 2009. Planning sessions and team building activities ---  highlighted by the different modules of Forest Club's Eco Adventure Program -- were scheduled throughout their three day, two night stay .  

Last Hurrah!

With just a few days away to the end of the school year and the start of summer vacation, students from the University of Perpetual Help Grade School and High School Departments were able to squeeze in one more field trip to the Forest Club. More than 300 Grade 6, 1st and 2nd Year HS students travelled to the Forest Club last 9, 12 and 13 March to experience the club's Eco Adventure Program.  They went through the Survival Games, Field Games and Pool Games modules. The Mud Crawl and the Forest Canopy Walk were favorite activities. And of course, the pool games!

Philippine Healer Revives Ancient Practice

This article first appeared in Yahoo! Health on 2 March 2009 by Jason Gutierrez - Mon Mar 2, 11:40 PM PST   BAY, Philippines (AFP) - The gentle rustle of leaves and a bubbling spring provide a soothing backdrop as traditional Philippine healer Nonie del Mundo sends a world-weary couple into a deep sleep.

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