HEBER PERRIN was a member of Merimbula-Imlay Historical Society inc for 34 years. During that time he was a dedicated volunteer supporting the museum as attested by this article in the Merimbula News Weekly on August 3, 2006.
“Heber Perrin was nominated for his service to the Merimbula-Imlay Historical Society over a very long period of time and has been described as someone who is totally committed to assisting and supporting his fellow townsfolk and the district in general.
Heber has also played a key role in the Community Adult Education in the shire, involved in the general management, arranging for teachers, co-ordinating financial issues and negotiating for accredited courses to name just a few.
He has given freely of his time, knowledge and sound business expertise for over eight years.
He has also filled roles on the Committee of the Tura Beach Progress Association and has been actively involved for over thirty years.
He is currently a street warden for Neighbourhood Watch in his area.
Heber has also been actively involved in community transport, being a driver for six years – it’s no wonder that Heber was nominated for a Bega Valley Shire Medallion.”
The Museum room dedicated to Heber Perrin