Reflecting on 2019

As the new year approaches, we’d like to reflect on our accomplishments of 2019. The year brought some new milestones, such as the first community programs held at the Lake Hopatcong Foundation Environmental and Cultural Center and a record attendance of more than 4,000 at the Lake Hopatcong Block Party! It also brought the difficulties of an unprecedented lake-wide algal

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“Lake Hopatcong Speaks Out” book signing

Author Dorothy Sabarese and other members of the creative team behind “Lake Hopatcong Speaks Out” will be signing copies of the new children’s book during our model train exhibit at the Lake Hopatcong Foundation Environmental & Cultural Center, 125 Landing Road, Landing on Saturday, December 21 from 1 to 2 pm.  A very limited number of copies will be available

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Introducing our new children’s book, “Lake Hopatcong Speaks Out”

Written By Dorothy Sabarese Illustrated by Patricia Mueller & Matt Keown Edited by Lise Greene   Since 2015, the Lake Hopatcong Foundation education team of staff and volunteers have been holding spring field trips for local students to learn about the lake and how to keep it healthy. In line with these lessons, volunteers Dorothy Sabarese and Pat Mueller began

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Students raise 10k for Philanthropy Project

More than 20 non-profit representatives came together with students in the International Baccalaureate Career-related Program (IBCP) at Mendham High School on December 4 to take part in a philanthropy panel and donation ceremony. Students in the IBCP must complete a Philanthropy Project in which they identify their philanthropic interests, research charitable organizations that demonstrate a similar mission, analyze those charities

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