Master Guide Club Spends a Weekend Outdoors
92 Master Guide aspirants, loaded with packs on their bags, hiked the trail leading to Tambara,
Talisay City from the campus afternoon of Friday, August 25, 2017. With them were several invested Master Guides, faculty sponsors and the Master Guide Club director, Mr. Rafael Carado.
The large group climbed steep trails and crossed some rivers for almost four hours before they reached the campsite. Before the sun set, the campers pitched their tents and prepared themselves for their Sabbath activities.
Under the moonlit sky, Master Guide Joel Lazo, a former Master Guide director of the college, gave the Vespers message, reminding each one listening to live their lives focused on God’s service.
The Sabbath morning services were held outdoors, giving the campers a worship experience that is close to nature and to their Creator. In the afternoon, they conducted a branch Sabbath School and a feeding program to the children in the community. The aspirants also worked out the accomplishment of their nature honors such as insects and trees.
After breaking camp and leaving Tambara on Sunday morning, they hiked their way to Icoy Resort located in Alangilan. The aspirants applied their knowledge learned on basic first aid, basic rescue, and swimming for them to qualify for the honors. From there, they hiked back to CPAC.
Although exhausted physically because of the many activities they have had, the campers went home with many experiences worth sharing to others.