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Publisher and Editor of the Bethpage Tribune

NEWSDAY 11/21/2010 - ourtowns - winner "Linda Mangano of Bethpage was honored at "An Evening in Tuscany," a fundraiser coordinated by the Long Island Breakfast Club, which assists job-seekers. She was cited for distinguishing herself in the Italian community and "paying it forward on Long Island." She is publisher of the Bethpage Tribune (and the wife of Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano). She is VP of the Bethpage Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Bethpage Educational and Bethpage Community foundations.

St. Joseph Hospital - Community Relations Board Spotlight: Linda Mangano - July 2015 St. Joseph is fortunate to benefit from the input of community members. Linda Mangano brings that valuable advice along with a wealth of personal and professional experience as a member of the hospital's Community Relations Board (CRB)

The CRB meets monthly to form and maintain positive relationships between the hospital and the community it serves. A member since 2013, Ms. Mangano is a source of information regarding the community's health care needs. She is engaged in many activities hosted by the CRB, including an annual staff appreciation barbeque, dessert night, Comedy Night and the employee Christmas party. Also, Ms. Mangano is a member of the gala committee and a supporter of the annual golf classic.

A life long Bethpage resident, Ms. Mangano is the editor/publisher of the BETHPAGE TRIBUNE, a graphic artist and a public relations and marketing consultant. She serves as vice president of the Bethpage Chamber of Commerce and mentor and advisor for the Bethpage Chamber of Commerce Junior League. Ms. Mangano is involved with the Nassau County Heroin Task Force, Safe Center L. I., American Cancer Society's Relay for Life and has served on the Hofstra University Parent's Council.

As the wife of Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, Ms. Mangano is dedicated to the success of many Nassau County programs, such as, NARCAN training and the Shot at Life Program. Two of the NARCAN training programs were held at St. Joseph with more than 180 participants.

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