The Museum of the San Fernando Valley is pleased to announce the appointment of Beth Perrin to our prestigious Visionary Treasures Committee. Ms. Perrin, Past Grand President of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, will help in the selection of men and women whose lives and careers mark them as "visionaries" and "treasures" of the greater San Fernando Valley. She joins Susan Ingham of Reseda and Michael Broggie of Thousand Oaks, who will be soliciting nominations for inclusion in this hall of honor to those who have changed history. Three to five persons who have made a major impact on our lives in the San Fernando Valley will be added annually to the Visionary Treasures rolls.
Beth Perrin, a member of the Board of Directors of the Campo de Cahuenga Historical Memorial Association, has a lifetime of service to the preservation of California history. She has worked tirelessly to preserve and enhance the Campo, one of the San Fernando Valley's most important historic sites. Beth and her husband Deuk Perrin were part of the effort to create the Tarzana Community Center. The Perrins reside in the Simi Valley.