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Smart Employees Pause to Reload

More than fifty hard working employees from Smart Communications took a well-deserved break last 25 April 2008 in Forest Club. It was a fun-filled day complete with several team building activities from Forest's Club's team building exercises. There was also ample time for bonding and R&R time. For more pictures of the event, please visit our multiply site.

Teachers' Pet

Forest Club has become a favorite venue for teachers. This April alone, administrators, faculty and staff from St. Mary's Academy Caloocan, Ateneo de Manila University, Dela Salle Dasmarinas and St. Scholastica Pampanga visited Forest Club. The latest group was more than one hundred faculty and staff from Asia Pacific College who visited Forest Club for a whole day of team building activities last 23 April 2008, . The teachers experienced the Eco Adventure Program. They gamely tried most of the modules, including the Mud Crawl and the Forest Canopy Walk.

Vermicompost Now Available!

Organic Vermicompost:  The Best Imaginable Soil for Gardening and Farming Vermicompost is made from castings of African Nightcrawler earthworms. A worm casting is a biologically active mound containing thousands of beneficial bacteria, enzymes, and remnants of plant materials and animal manures that were not digested by the earthworm.

Summer Blooms

One of the greatest pleasures that summer brings are flowers of every imaginable color in full bloom...red, yellow, orange, violet, pink, peach, white, purple, green. Yes, green! Jade green in fact! The rare Jade Vine is in full bloom at this time too. And it is not yet even May!    

Brent Students Visit Forest Club

Grade school students from Brent International School Manila visited Forest Club last 12 April 2008 and sampled many activities offered under the Eco Advanture Program.

Forest Club featured on QTV!

The Forest Club and its Eco Adventure Program was featured on QTV's The Beat last Monday, 14 April 2008, at 10 pm.They interviewed guests from St. Scholastica's Pampanga for the feature The Beat is a news magazine show that features all the latest happenings, trends, technology and just about anything new.It is hosted by journalist Ivan Mayrina and beauty queen turned TV host Miriam Quiambao. View this and other video features on our YouTube page.

Scholasticans Favor Forest Club

Forest Club has become a favorite get away for both teachers and students from the St. Scholastica School system. In the last few months there has been no less than six bookings from three different St. Scholastica schools. A high school extra curricular club from St. Scholastica's College in Manila has been to Forest Club at least twice. Aptly called The Forest Club, the student organization teaches the importance of trees and promotes love for the environment.

Bankers Take Risks

The Risk Management Group of banking leader Metrobank had a one day team building session at the Forest Club last 5 April 2008. Clad in color-coordinated shirts, the three groups successfully completed the Eco Adventure Program, proving to themselves that with proper team work and coordination, any challenge, no matter the risks involved, can be overcome.  

Waldorf School Camp Out

Middle School students from the Manila Waldorf School camped out in Forest Club last March 2 to 4, 2008. The Manila Waldorf School, Inc. is the pioneer school of Steiner education in the Philippines. Founded in 1994, MWSI is a non-stock, non-profit educational foundation that is dedicated to spreading Steiner education in the country. For more information on the Waldorf school and the Steiner education philosophy, please visit www.manilawaldorfschool.edu.ph. And for more pictures of the camp out, please visit our multiply site.

WWF Calls All to Join Earth Hour

It started with a question: How can we inspire people to take action on climate change? The answer: Ask the people to turn off their lights for one hour. This coming 29 March 2008, from 8 to 9 in the evening, the Philippines will join cities in Europe, America and Asia by switching off lights as part of a global movement termed Earth Hour. The cities of Pasay, Manila and Paranaque have agreed to turn off lights along the historical Roxas Boulevard seaside strip for 60 minutes to show support.

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