After dedicating more than 35 years to the community and the environment, City of Playford resident and volunteer Pauline Frost has been honoured with an Order of Australia Medal (OAM).
Pauline’s positive outlook, her strong work ethic and her ability see the best in people has made her a force for change. Her passion and advocacy for the environment has inspired people of all ages to join her in working towards a greener and more liveable city.
Pauline, now in her eighties, has shown commitment to working and advocating across diverse cultures, abilities, ages and backgrounds.
Pauline’s achievements include:
- Founding member of Greening Munno Para and now current chair Playford Greening & Land Care
- 9 years on the committee of the Munno Para Christmas Pageant
- A Community Engagement Volunteer Team Member on the Playford Pulse Panel as well as being an advocate in many areas of Council planning since 2011
- Former Member of the Playford Alive Community Reference Group
- Heart Foundation Walking Group Leader ‘Walking with nature’
- Involved with the Stolen Generation & Healing Garden working group
- Student mentor for Environmental Opportunities Class at Craigmore High School 2011-2015
- Active member of Save our Suburbs – Adelaide
- Committee member for the Elizabeth 150th Jubilee/Munno Para Bicentennial
- 2017 - 2018 Former Deputy Chair of the Friends of International Bird Sanctuary and current active member
- Foundation member of Trees for Life
- City of Elizabeth Citizen of the Year 1986
- City of Munno Para Citizen of the Year 1986
- City of Playford Citizen of the Year 2020
We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge Pauline’s long-standing contribution as a volunteer at the City of Playford and her commitment to making it a better place.
Congratulations to Pauline on her well-deserved Order of Australia Medal.