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MHS Objectives
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MHS Objectives

The Melville History Society aims to promote the importance of preserving local historical information in the Melville community and to raise the awareness of the Miller Bakehouse Museum, a heritage listed building under the State Heritage Act founded in 1988.

 

The objectives of the Society, as stated in its constitution are:

a) To promote interest in the history of Melville;

b) To foster the collection and preservation of historical material including oral and written records, photographs and general memorabilia, artefacts, building and contents

c) To promote the Society and the functions throughout the community

d) To provide programmes of interest to members and others

e) To do all such things and acts as are consistent with or conducive to the furtherance of the objects of the Society

 

MHS also offers a service of undertaking research into local history by request and hires out a meeting room located at the Bakehouse Museum.

 

 


Office Bearers and Committee


PRESIDENT
B. Dudding (Phone: 9330 3604)

VICE-PRESIDENTS
C. Filippi
R. Hewitt

SECRETARY
T. Miller (Phone: 9433 1183)

TREASURER
J. Carter

COMMITTEE MEMBERS
M. Quinn (Phone: 9330 4151)
H. Robson
J. Shalders

RESEARCH SECRETARY
V. Sutherland (Phone: 9339 4395)

MUSEUM CO-ORDINATOR
Vacant

MEETING ROOM MANAGER
M. Quinn (Phone: 9330 4151)

MEMBERSHIP
c. Filippi (Phone: 9364 2089)

NEWSLETTER EDITOR
J. Wildy (Phone: 9330 3926)

AUDITOR
A.J. de Meyere

HON. SOLICITORS
Birman and Ride


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