Two of DBSC’s Lifetime Members have recently been recognised for their important contributions in the community.
On November 13th, Paul Adam was presented with the prestigious Australian Natural History Medallion. The Medallion is awarded each year to the person judged to have made the most meritorious contribution to the understanding of Australian Natural History. Paul was awarded for his contribution to conservation, natural history and education.
Also recently, Dene Bergman received a citation under the NSW Maritime Medal program in the category of marine safety. He was recognised for his capacity as a volunteer officer at DBSC and as a volunteer radio operator at Marine Radio NSW (Terrey Hills unit).
Well done Paul and Dene!