NVAC is Eco-Trail Finish Line

By By Dolor Momo, 2016-05-16

The Government of Naga City, in coordination with Naga View Adventist College, conducted its First Mt. Isarog Eco-Tourism Endurance Challenge on June 15, 2014,6 to 9 o'clock in the morning. This activity was held as part of the celebration of the Philippine Earth Month.

The activity included running, trail biking and pili tree planting which was participated in by 152 sports enthusiasts all over Camarines Sur, who started the event at the city proper and having NVAC campus as the finish line. Naga View Adventist College was represented by Mr. Asher Belga, Brian Ariate, Adiel Pearce and Mr. Mendoza, father-in-law of Pr. Andrew Pearce.


Pili planting was decided as one of the three major events of this eco-trail for the purpose of preserving the ecology of Mt. Isarog.

Mrs Bongat, the first lady of the Hon. Major Bongat was the guest of honor, with the full support of the PNP and the DENR personnel and other VIP's of the region.

Mr Abraham Azupardo, with the help of the MAPEH majors, prepared and led out in the "Palaro ng Lahi" that was participated in by the elementary pupils of Carolina and Panicuason.

The event was culminated by a short program and awarding of certificates and prizes to the runners and bikers and to the 20 who first reached the finish line. The kamayan eating which the government employees call "Budol Fight" was enjoined by all the Naga City officials, employees, Philippine Army Band, guests and NVAC family right after the program.




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