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The City of McCall will light their official Tree in Art Roberts Park on Friday, September 24th, to “Shine a Light on Frontline Workers.”
On Friday, September 24th at 7:30 pm, join the City of McCall at Art Robert’s Park by the official city tree to honor all frontline workers during the pandemic. When the tree lights are illuminated, it will shine a light on all dedicated first responders, healthcare professionals, and volunteers who have been integral in keeping our families safe. In Idaho, Crisis Standards of Care were initiated in response to immense stress on our healthcare system. So, it’s important to remember these heroes have no agenda other than to protect, serve, and do no harm.
“Our city tree has always been a symbol of hope and renewal, and we think it is appropriate to start that feeling of optimism and courage right now,” said Anette Spickard, McCall City Manager. “The tree will continue to shine for all who serve during crisis standards of care.”
Attendees are encouraged to mask at the event and stay home if sick.
“We encourage everyone to remember their sacrifice, long hours, counsel, and commitment to us during these unprecedented times. We, who are committed to government service, couldn’t be effective leaders without our law enforcement, physical and mental healthcare teams, and fire and emergency medical service providers. Thank you,” added Mayor Bob Giles.
All frontline workers are encouraged to attend to watch the lights go live on Friday evening. For more information, visit McCall.id.us/shine.