Nay Aug pavilion dedication planned tomorrow

Events — By on October 21, 2008 at 10:17 am

Scranton’s renaissance continues with the dedication of the newly restored Schimelfenig Pavilion at Nay Aug Park tomorrow. Mayor Chris Doherty will cut the ribbon and a free barbecue will follow.

Leadership LackawannaThe renovation of the 100-year-old pavilion was undertaken by the Leadership Lackawanna Class of 2007-08 and spearheaded by Sal Schiavone. Dubbed “Leave Your Mark on the Park,” the project included installing landscaping and a brick-paver walkway and patio on both sides of the pavilion, as well as state of the art Azek trim boards.

The dedication, ribbon cutting and barbecue will begin at 3 p.m.

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  • Mary Kay Sears says:

    Can you tell me who the pavilion is named after? My grandmother name is Schimelfenig.

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