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Within only three years, what used to be a rice field became a burgeoning forest.
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A Student's Thank You Note

  Dear Mr. Layug,For five days, 15 students and 4 teachers have stayed at the Forest Club from Cebu International School. You have given us the best service with smiles, delicious food, and great facilities. All we could say is thank you very much for everything. Everything was just amazing –  the food, it was spectacular! The pool was like a wonderful hot spring; you’d just want to stay in the pool and not come out because it was so relaxing. The property of the Forest Club was just great,

Young Visitors from Cebu International School

Students from Cebu International School flew in all the way from the Queen City last 12 October 2009 for a five day field trip.Using Forest Club as their home base, the Grade 7 students visited several places in Laguna including the International Rice Research Institute in Los Banos, the Philippine National High School for the Arts, Jose Rizal's house in Calamba and the Boys Scout Jamboree site in Mt.

We Remain Open for Business

 We just want to assure our clients, partners and friends that Forest Club was spared from the wrath of Typhoon Ondoy and that all our staff are safe and dry. Forest Club remains open despite the flooding that has affected some parts of Bay, Laguna.In fact, we never closed. On the 26th of September, when Ondoy's rains came pouring down on Southern Luzon and Metro Manila, we even had a group from Shell Shared Services as overnight guests.We are very thankful that Forest Club is situated in on relatively higher ground in Barangay Puypuy in Bay, Laguna.

Southville International School and Colleges

Fifty Grade 7 students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) in Las Pinas had a three-day, 2-night team building seminar in Forest Club last 23 to 25 September 2009. A regular visitor to Forest Club, SISC is the only international school in the Philippines that offers a complete array of educational programs, from preschool to college. For more information on SISC please visit their web site. To view more photos of this event, kindly log on to our multiply site.

Odette Alcantara (1940-2009)

Environmentalist, writer and ecological artist Odette Alcantara passed away at the age of 68 on Monday, 21 September 2009,  after suffering an aneurysm. Alcantara is most notable for her strong environmental advocacies. She was convenor of Artists for the Environment, founder of Earth Philippines, and Philippine coordinator for the Earth Day Network.

Integrated Microelectronics, Inc.

Seventy employees from Integrated Microelectronics, Inc. were in Forest Club last 19-20 September 2009 for an overnight team building seminar."We would like to thank your company for the goodservice during our Teambuilding Seminar," said Daisylyn Diomampo of HR Training & Organization Development."I am thoroughly impressed by the services of all your employees. They were extremely courteous and responded quickly to our requirements before and duringthe set-up." "More surprisingly, the food was really GREAT!"Integrated Microelectronics, Inc. is a global,

Student Seminar for Southridge Scholars

Forty-five second year high school students from the Southridge Afternoon School went to Forest Club last 9 to 11 September 2009 for their student seminar. The seminar included classes on good study habits as well as talks on virtues and values. They also had team building activities using Forest Club's Eco Adventure Program. The Southridge Afternoon School is a high school unit initiated in 1987 for deserving students of limited financial means. The students receive the same quality of education and formation that characterize Southridge. The first batch graduated in 1991.

A Teacher's Blog Entry

We were brought to Bai, Laguna one day for an ocular inspection of a possible field trip venue for our students. The place was Forest Club. I should not wonder. Laguna is known for Mt. Makiling, which is a forest sanctuary. But Bai is not that really forested. When we reached the place, it was as if we were entering Fern Gully. A big green gate welcomed us. When it was opened, all I could say was WOW! The place reminded me of my former childhood playground. I grew up near a forested place. In fact, our house then was at the foot of a hill.

Banahaw View Deck

Mom fondly recalls how our late father, Tony Mercado, used to wake up early in the morning, walk to the lagoon area, and just sit there gazing at majestic Mt. Banahaw, while on his morning prayer meditation. Dad loved this area of the Forest Club and dreamed of one day building a house by the lagoon, facing Mt. Banahaw. I am convinced that it is the view from here that convinced him to buy this property. I remember that when the property was new and still being developed, he bought a giant hand-made kite from a local kite maker along the national highway in

Recent Improvements at Forest Club

The rainy season is our traditional low season, with guests occupying our cottages only on weekends, leaving most weekdays free. But we are taking full advantage of this season to continually improve our facilities. Just this week, we have started and completed the installation of new tiles on our dining room floor. Using new generation tile adhesives, installation was relatively quick and easy, eliminating the need to roughen up the cement surface before installing the tiles.We have also installed new lights to brighten up the buffet areas of the dining hall,

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