The Auditorium of the Agora Portals School hosted the ceremony to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Cystic Fibrosis Association of the Balearics.
Vice President Ana Amate, on behalf of our President Paz Arizti, thanked the public institutions, collaborators and society for having made possible the progress made by our Association.
The Manager Carlos Pons made an account of these 30 years focused on people with Cystic Fibrosis, supported by the various spots, video clips and reports that the Peliculas Suecas producer has made in recent years and how well they reflect the spirit of overcoming of the Association and of the families that compose it.
During the event, the report of Respiralia 2019 was presented “XIX Vuelta a Formentera nadando contra la Fibrosis Quística” with the title “Are you coming?”, presented by the journalist and television presenter Irene Junquera and made by Swedish Movies.
Precisely, the Peliculas Suecas production company would receive the FQBalear 2019 Prize for his career creating audiovisual tools for the dissemination of Cystic Fibrosis among society. Their representatives Eduard Pampin and Carlos Molina picked up the prize excited.
To close the event, Eduard Pampin presented his latest creation: the 30th Anniversary spot. It is a tribute to the selfless work of everyone who collaborates so that children and young people with Cystic Fibrosis can have a better quality of life. The title of the spot is “Back to future“.
Victoria Maldi and Aina Zanoguera put the icing on gold with their voices accompanied to the piano, with intimate songs like “Paraules d’amor” and “New every morning”.
Attending the event were the General Director of Consumption, Francesc Dalmau, the Euro Deputy Rosa Estarás (PP), the local Deputies Olga Ballester (Citizens) and Xelo Huertas (Mixed Group) and the main candidates of Citizens, Vox and Sumam, representatives of the Monarchical Brotherhoods, the Association Women in Equality, as well as collaborators of the Association, the team of volunteers, friends, and families related to Cystic Fibrosis.