On the side of the Olympic Highway between Culcairn and Henty is a wooden statue of The Henty Man.
Drive another six kilometres north and turn into Rosler Parade and you will find the home of another figure synonymous with the township.
Kevin Bourke lived there.
The 92-year-old, who passed away earlier this week, was the ultimate Henty Man.
Kevin was a life member of the bowls and football clubs and, along with his late wife, Therese, was heavily involved in the sport of their nine children.
The fanatical Sydney Swans couple won six mixed bowls pairs titles together between 1987 and 1994.
Kevin has a green named in his honour.
"He was a very humble man, but was quietly chuffed about it," youngest daughter Donna Barnekow said.
Kevin was no slouch either.
He skipped a rink for the Albury and District association in the Bing Wallder Shield in the 1980s and was named the association's pennant bowler of the year after celebrating his 80th birthday.
After turning 90, he won the grade four bowler of the year.
"He occasionally laughed that he would like to die on the bowling green," Donna said.
"Once the restrictions eased last week he was busting to get out and play again, so he played a social game with Peter and Carmel (son and daughter).
"He wanted to be there for Henty's 100th year bowls anniversary in 2021 but didn't quite make it."
Kevin was able to extend his career by a decade with the help of a bowling arm.
"He was finding it difficult to hold and deliver the bowl to his previous high standard and seriously contemplated retirement," Donna said
"His consistency then returned.
"He also suffered macular degeneration in both eyes.
"Dad's teammates and opponents with normal eyesight were amazed by how he could still play so well.
"He must have played by memory."
As well as being a former president of the local swimming club, Kevin loved the Swampies and with some help from friend and administrator Des Kennedy helped the club switch from the Farrer to Hume league.
Kevin played over 100 matches, served as a committeeman and mowed the ground until the age of 90.
He is survived by his children Veronica, Peter, Denise, Joseph, Maureen, Carmel, Paul, Colleen and Donna.
Kevin's funeral will be held on Monday with video streaming available due to coronavirus restrictions. Please email the family at firstname.lastname@example.org for this information