YOUR OFFICIAL HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER
Plainedge Seaford Old Bethpage Plainview
VOL. 22 NO. 42 August 3)-September 6, 1989 20 CENTS
Accepting the dedication for Leo Schottland were his son Edwaird Schottland and
grandson, David (C); pictured here with Deputy Parks Commissioner, Lenny Kunzig;
Bethpage Tribune Publisher, Edward Mangano; Councilman Douglas Hynes;
Councilman Lenny Symons; Bethpage Tribune Editor-in-Chief, Linda Antonelli and
Rotary Club President, John Sommi.
Pictured above is the bird bath, donated by the Bethpage Tribune,
which is located at Leo Schottland Court in the Bethpage
Community Park in Bethpage. Below is the entire portion of
the park which was dedicated to Leo Schottland on August 28,
ugust 28, 1989 marked a special
day in the hearts of many Beth-ipage
residents as we honored an
oustanding individual in our commun-nity...
Mr. Leo Schottland.
This past Monday the Bethpage Tribune,
the Bethpage Rotary Club and the
Town of Oyster Bay dedicated a portion
of the Bethpage Community Park to Mr.
Schottland for his oustanding record of
community service and dedication to the
town of Bethpage and its residents. Leo
Schottland Court, as it has been named,
is located directly between the skating rink
and the pool area in the Community Park.
This project was truly a labor of love
for the Bethpage Tribune as Leo is not
only a beloved friend but also a featured
columnist in our newspaper since its
inception. When the Tribune first decided
to honor Leo Schottland we tried to think
of a tribute that would represent the joy
and spirit that Leo examplifies. We hope
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Bethpage Tribune Editor-in-Chief, Linda Antonelli delivered the dedication speech
as (L-R)Councilman, Douglas Hynes; Bethpage Tribune Publisher, Edward Mangano;
Rotary Club President, John Sommi, Councilman Lenny Symons and Deputy
Commissioner of Parks, Lenny Kunzig looked on.