Local and State Officials, Scott’s
Former Campers, Families of Parkland Student Victims Attending
Dix Hills – Huntington Town
officials will be joined by State officials, family and friends of Scott J. Beigel and the Beigel-Schulman family, including former campers of the teacher and Dix Hills native who lost his life in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas
High School shooting just six months ago, and families of Parkland student victims, for the street dedication ceremony taking place in Mr.
Beigel’s honor on Saturday, August 11, at 2:00 PM, on the corner of Half Hollow
Road and Hart Place.
The Town of Huntington held a
candlelight vigil for all victims of the shooting, highlighting the heroic
actions of Scott Beigel, the teacher who gave his life protecting students from
the gunman, on the one month anniversary of the tragic event, on March 14 at
Town Hall. Joined by town and county officials, representatives from state and
federal officials’ offices, superintendents and students from local schools,
the Huntington Town Board unveiled a street sign dedicating the street in Dix
Hills where Scott and his sister Melissa were raised and where their parents,
Linda Beigel-Schulman and Michael Schulman, still reside, as “Scott J. Beigel
Hart Place in Dix Hills was
officially dedicated “Scott J. Beigel Way” in a resolution at the March 20 Town
Hollow Road & Hart Place, Dix Hills
WHEN: Saturday, August
11, 2018 at 2:00 PM
In the photo: Scott J. Beigel.