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- 1. MAY, 2010 SPECIAL ISSUEALTUS COMMUNICATIONS SPONSORSVIDES YOUTH LEADERSHIP TRAINING On May 1, 2010, fifty-eight (58) youth leaders, facilitators, and volunteers participated in the VIDES Summer Youth Leadership Training Program sponsored byAltus Communications. (VIDES stands forVolunteersInternationalfor Development, Education and Services.) Held at Don Bosco School - Manila, this whole day training entitled Servant Leadership Experience (SLEX), focused on four topics: trust, listening, unity, and humility.Delegates came from the six areas being served bythe VIDES Volunteersunder themobile education project, Busina Mo, Dunong Ko: NIA Road, San Roque QC, South Triangle, Pasay City, Recto, and Delpan. Junior VIDES Volunteers participatingintheSummerYouth Volunteer Program of VIDES also joined the seminar.Trainors Alvin Espejo, Dondie Bernardino, Albert Gabiana and Jonnel Sesalim of Don Bosco Youth Center Tondo skillfully facilitated the training. We are planting seeds of leadership today. If we nurtureActivitiesincluded inputs,team-building them well, we shall reap a sessions, games, debates, cheering, songs, dance,bountiful harvest in the future. commitment-making,discussion,reporting,and Let us then be grateful for every prayer moments. good thing that comes to us. Let us profit from every The participants value this seminar and thankmeaningful experience GodAltus Communications for making this possible. provides for us.
2. MAY, 2010 SPECIAL ISSUE 3. MAY, 2010 SPECIAL ISSUEEDUCATIONAL TRIP TO TAGAYTAY May 2, 2010 - BMDK YOUTH LEADERS VISIT TAGAYTAY FOR THE FIRST TIMEThe day after the whole-day training, the Volunteers brought the BMDK youth leaders and Junior VIDES Volunteers to Tagaytay.For the youth leaders, it was their first time to see the Taal Lake and Volcano. Thanks to ALTUS Communications for sponsoring the bus which brought them there. You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives. ~Clay P. Bedford 4. MAY, 2010SPECIAL ISSUE Participants (Youth Leaders and Junior Volunteers): 1 Agregado, Dianne 18 Comodas, Ronalyn 35 Relojo, Judy Ann 2 Alap, John Vergel19 De Guzman, Zarah 36 Reyes, Fel Jhon 3 Allbabidi, Suzanne 20 Diega, Annie Mae37 Reyes, Garry Jr. 4 Allones, Jennifer21 Dolite, Rey38 Rubio, Mary Grace 5 Ampil, Mavic 22 Emerenciana, Ana 39 San Juan, Jennifer 6 Antipuesto, Gilie Ann23 Fernandez, Erilyn40 Sendin, Shiela Mae 7 Arcino, Marieta24 Florito, Genieve 41 Sumague, Cristal 8 Aynaga, Ladyco 25 Hallera, Maricris42 Sumague, Rosalie 9 Baldomero, Jara II 26 Lansangan, Rachell 43 Tacardo, Sharmaine10 Baquero, Raymond 27 Macalaba, Jahara 44 Tamayo, Richard11 Baraquiel, Nidalyn 28 Moncada, Joan45 Tuba, Roger12 Baraquiel, Teriza29 Moralida, Jhon Renz46 Vigor, Queenlyn13 Belarmino, Marian30 Moyon, Rebecca 47 Viogela, Norven14 Bullecer, Rachel 31 Ortula,Dendi Joy15 Cabano, Elma 32 Padrique, Hazel Joy16 Cantilla, Mary Grace 33 Queban, Mark Ian17 Carollio, Emmie34 Recaa, KC VIDES PHILIPPINES VOLUNTEERS FOUNDATION, INC.Facilitators:1. Alvin Espejo Our Community-Based Programs:2. Dondie Bernardino 1.Busina Mo, Dunong Ko Mobile Education Program3. Albert Gabiana 2.Baboy Mo, Buhay Ko Livelihood Program4. Jonnel Sesalim3.Solidarity At A Distance Scholarship Program 4.Quarterly Medical Missions VIDES Volunteers: 5.Annual Mission Camp1. Aissa Manalo2. Amy Suzara Telefax: (02) 715-67403. Farah Chavez4. Joy Hugo 3500 V. Mapa Extension,5. Rhea RamosSta. Mesa, Manila 10166. Riza Villaviray7. Varry Gibb Manalo www.videsphil.multiply.com