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Within only three years, what used to be a rice field became a burgeoning forest.
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Youngsters Are More Than Welcome!

Forest Club's Eco Adventure Program is for participants of all ages, from call center agents who come for team building activities to grade schoolers who come on field trips. One such group was from St. Dominic Savio Learning Center in Paranaque who visited Forest Club last 26 February 2010. The kids enjoyed themselves as they went through all the modules, from the canopy walk to the lagoon rafting, always guided safely by our game marshals. The field trip was organized by Alman Tours. To view more photos of the event, please visit our multiply site.

Psyching Each Other Out in Friendly Competition

For the second straight year, the Psychology Society of the Lyceum of the Philippines University chose Forest Club and its Eco Adventure Program for its end of school year activity.Thirty-three officers and members of the school organization trooped to Forest Club last 22 February 2010 for an overnight team building event. The organzation did a similar activity in Forest Club last 13-14 February 2010.TO view more photos of the event, please visit our multiply site.  

Westhill IS at Forest Club

Around fifty Grade 3 to 7 students from Westhill International School in Dasmarinas, Cavite had an overnight team bonding activity at Forest Club last 17 to 18 February 2010. Westhill IS brands itself as a private, co-educational and multicultural school that "promotes academic excellence and the Lordship of Jesus Christ in all aspects of life." For more photos of the event, please visit our multiply site. 

Automatic 'Yan!

Chico Loco, Ang Loko-Loko sa Radyo, led a group of twenty-five from radio station 101.1 Yes!FM for an overnight team building activity in the Forest Club. The group enthusiastically went through all the modules of Forest Club's Eco Adventure Program. They also enjoyed the evening's activities: a bonfire, night swimming, and of course, karaoke singing. To view more photos of the event, please visit our multiply site. 

Unitas! Unity!

Some seventy students from the School of Economics of the University of Asia and the Pacific spent a whole day of team unity activities in Forest Club last 13 February 2010.  Most of the activities were taken from Forest Club's Eco Adventure Program. Talks on leadership and public speaking were also included in the agenda. The University of Asia and the Pacific traces its roots to the Center of Research and Communications that started more than 40 years ago as a private think tank that offered graduate courses in economics as well as conducted social and economic research.

Thank You, Rotary Club of Makati Paseo De Roxas

We'd like to thank the Rotary Club of Makati Paseo de Roxas, led by its president, Josephine KH Yap, for featuring Forest Club in its anniversary travelogue, 20 Family Destinations, 20 Years of Rotarian Service. The Rotary Club visited Forest Club last March 2009. Thanks again, Jo, for including us in your list of "wonderful family destinations this side of the globe." Til your next visit!

Southville International School Reaches Out

More than a hundred high school freshmen from Southville International School and Collegesspent the whole morning of 12 February 2010 feeding and entertaining under nourished children from Barangay Puypuy, Bay, Laguna.Each student had a role. Some took charge of serving the kids. A number took care of the meal time entertainment and sang and danced on stage for their amused audience.

Accenture Again

Forest Club once again welcomed a team from Accenture Delivery Center in Manila for a whole day Eco Adventure Program last 10 February 2010.  The thirty-three man strong team was led by Mericor Eleazar and Ever Fajardo.  Teams from Accenture have been regularly coming to Forest Club for the past three years already for outdoor team building activities.To view more photos of the event, kindly visit our multiply site. 

Enderun Students Visit Forest Club

Close to one hundred students from Enderun Colleges visited Forest Club last 7 February 2010 for a whole day Eco Adventure Program.Enderun is a "four-year undergraduate college that offers a full range of bachelor’s degree and non-degree courses in the fields of international hospitality management and business administration." The field trip included a mini tour of Forest Club's vegetable and herb gardens.Organizer of the trip was Island Caravan Tours.To view more photos of the event, kindly visit our multiply site. 

Down From the Hill

Two schools from far off Antipolo City made separate visits to the Forest Club in the last couple of weeks. First to make their field trip was Will School. Fifty high school students visited Forest Club last 27 January 2010 for a whole day team building activity featuring the modules of Forest Club's Eco Adventure Program. View more photos of the event on our multiply site.   It was the turn of grade school students from Hillcrest School in Cogeo, Antipolo to make a field trip to Forest Club last 5 February 2010. They too went through Forest Club's Eco Adventure Program.

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