Saturday, November 29, 2014


The 1006th Community Defense Center in cooperation with the 1st Ready Reserve Battalion, MSU ROTC Unit and MSU Rearguards hosted the first “Nature Trek and Marches” on November 22, 2014 in Marawi City. Enthusiastic individuals from both private and government units joined the 4-hour long trek from Kampo Ranao to MSU Main Campus. The trail was a close up encounter with the nature’s goodness which made the trek more exciting and adventurous.

Lt. Colonel Bienvenido Alabot, the Infantry Director and head organizer said that the objectives of the said event included the following:

To develop a healthy body and a sound mind for good governance;
To promote peace, unity and development through recreational activity;
To  build up camaraderie among individuals and to enjoy with your peers;
To appreciate the hidden panorama of Marawi City and Lanao del Sur; and
To promote the MSU-ROTC and the LDS RRBn.

“Our vision is by 2028, we will become a world calss army that is a source of National Pride,” added Lt. Colonel Alabot.

Meanwhile, the participants enjoyed traversing the challenging trail, feasting their eyes on the panoramic beauty of nature and satisfying their need for food from various stations.

The excited participants during the orientation at Kampo Ranao

The participants in their attempt to overcome the steepy slope :D 


The Nature Trek and Marches participants in action :)

One of the awesome views during the trek. 


Healthy and refreshing snacks for the participants beautifully prepared at the MSU Golf Course :)

A view at the MSU Golf Course :)

Congratulations Lt. Colonel Alabot for the meaningful actuation of your advocacies and to all those who joined, you are now stakeholders of promoting Marawi City and Lanao del Sur to the world as a peaceful and beautiful place J


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