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Team Building A-Plenty!

Companies, both big and small, both local and foreign, continue to flock to Forest Club for their team building sessions and activities. A few bring their own programs and facilitators.But most make use of Forest Club's Eco Adventure Program.BPO players remain frequent guests with Manulife Data Services in Pacific Hub, Commonwealth, Quezon City sending two teams last 21 November and 5 December 2009.  A team from Accenture in Cybergate, Mandaluyong -- another loyal client --- visited last 5 December.

Valued Partners: Tour Operators

Our heartfelt thanks to our partner Tour Operators who continue to bring the bulk of our school clients to our Eco Adventure Program in the Forest Club.The last few weeks alone has seen seven bookings from Tour Operators. The most recent ones are as follows:  More than three hundred 1st to 4th year high school students from Cavite Institute last 25 November 2009. This field trip was organized by Alman Tour and Transport Service.   One hundred fifty pre-school and primary students from Virgen dela Antipolo School last 27 November 2009.

Parent and Child Activity in Forest Club

Two separate groups of primary school students and their parents were in Forest Club last week to try the Eco Adventure Program.Last 19 November 2009, close to 200 prep to Grade 3 students and their parents from St. Therese School of Southville participated in a special Eco Adventure Program in the Forest Club. The students were paired with their parents and tried out all the modules in teams. The field trip was organized by Alman Tour and Transport Services, Inc.The following day, 20 November 2009,

When Virtues Collide

 Did Integrity prevail over Nobility and Liberality?Was Gentleness better than Harmony and Docility?These were some of the questions that had to be settled in Forest Club last 16 and 17 November 2009 when two batches of high school students from the Mater Carmeli School in Malolos, Bulacan visited for a day each of friendly competition using the different modules of the Eco Adventure Program.The 3rd year high school students visited Forest Club on the 16th, while the 4th year students followed on the 17th.The field trips were organized by tour operator,

Valued Partner: Genesis1 Dynamics Corporation

Twenty-nine employees of BK Agas, Inc. had a whole day team building activity in the Forest Club last 11 November 2009. The exercise was designed and facilitated by Genesis1 Dynamics Corporation, headed by the husband and wife team of Alfred and Ritchel Yap.  Forest Club and Genesis1 have had a long working relationship that started in 2007. Alfred and Ritchel have used Forest Club as a venue for the activities of several of their clients including Ingasco, the US Embassy, Gallery Joaquin, Optodev, Virbac Phils, and BK Agas. To learn more about Genesis1 Dynamics Corp. and their services,

Hey Jude!

Close to 200 third year high school students from St. Jude Catholic School trooped to Forest Club last 4 November 2009 for a whole day Eco Adventure Program.The San Miguel, Manila-based institution is a leading Filipino-Chinese school run by the Society of the Divine Word.The field trip was organized by FB Fabella Educational Tour Services. To see more photos of the event, kindly visit our multiply site. 

A Guest's Blog Entry

 I chanced upon this blog entry while googling this morning. It's from Jan's Bits & Pieces blog and tells of her visit to Forest Club in September to celebrate her mother-in-law's birthday.Thank's Jan, for visiting us. And for writing about it. We hope to see you again soon.Click here to visit Jan's blog entry. 

From Out of the Blue

  We got the following e-mail from Harvey Yu of Ateneo de Manila University's Registration Committee, the student organization tasked with overseeing the class registration of all college students every semester.  It was a pleasure hosting the members of the Regcom in Forest Club and a bit nostalgic too as both Wawel and I were members of Regcom in 1988 and 1989. A good twenty years ago when we were just starting with computerized assessments and when students used to line up as early as 2 am to get into the classes of the best philo or theo teachers. Thank you, Harvey, for your feedback.

One Big Fight!

 Twenty-three members of Ateneo de Manila University's Registration Committee had an overnight planning and team building activity in Forest Club last 23 to 24 October 2009. The Registration Committee is the student organization tasked with helping set-up and manage the registration process at the start of each semester. For more photos of the activity please visit our multiply site. 

St. Paul School of Sta. Maria, Bulacan

 More than three hundred students from St. Paul School in Sta. Maria, Bulacan traveled all the way to Forest Club in Bay, Laguna to spend a whole day of outdoor activities last 21 October 2009. The Grade 4 to Grade 6 students went through the Eco Adventure Program which included Survival Games, Field Games and swimming activities. St. Paul School in Sta. Maria, Bulacan is just one of thirty-five schools all over the Philippines run by the St.

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