The 2020 National Pharmacies Christmas Pageant will celebrate and acknowledge South Australian emergency services and the selfless frontliners who have faced their most challenging year to date, with Pageant partner SA Power Networks.
South Australia was only beginning to re-emerge from devastating bushfires when one of the worst pandemics the world has ever seen bit into its recovery. The relentless courage and contribution shown by our essential service providers such as SAPOL, MFS, CFS, SA Ambulance, and SES worked tirelessly with all essential services every day to ensure the safety of our community.
More than ever this year, the efforts of the first responders have been vital to the South Australian community and the National Pharmacies Christmas Pageant will accordingly recognise and applaud those who have kept us healthy and alive, clean, fed, supplied and commuting.
SA Power Networks have partnered with the National Pharmacies Christmas Pageant to support this year’s event with an acknowledgement and a moving montage dedicated to the brave people who continued to work and deliver services to keep our communities connected, and running.
“We felt it was important and necessary that we dedicate a segment of our Pageant to acknowledge our frontliners who have been our saving grace in arguably one of the most difficult years of our lives,” said Pageant Director, Brian Gilbertson.
“Our responders have done tremendous work, and I think all of us in some way have been impacted or touched by their stories. We are excited to be able to present this incredibly poignant and emotional representation of our gratitude and thanks.”
“The safety of our staff and the community is our number one priority at SA Power Networks, and we work hand-in-glove with our essential service providers, SAPOL, MFS, CFS, and SES every day to keep our community safe,” said Rob Stobbe, CEO, SA Power Networks.
“We thank all the essential workers who have worked tirelessly to keep our community safe, as without their guidance and protection, South Australians would be in a very different position. Frontliners – we applaud you.”
This presentation will show gratitude to all of those who joined together and worked tirelessly for this great State during one of the hardest years endured by South Australians.