LHF presented with $1,000 check from 2019 Pizza Wars

Categories: community, Events, Fundraisers, Fundraising, Hopatcong, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, Mt. Arlington, News, Other, Roxbury
This past Tuesday, the second annual Pizza Wars Awards Ceremony was held at the LHF office in the Lake Hopatcong Train Station. Rohan Shetty, Marketing Manager for Hopatcong Lake Regional News, presented Dave Cambiotti, owner of Cambiotti’s Tomato Pie Café, with a plaque to commemorate their win in the 2019 Pizza Wars. (See Pizza Wars 2019 – …

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Pizza Wars 2019 – the votes are in!

Categories: community, Events, Fundraisers, Fundraising, Hopatcong, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, Mt. Arlington, News, Other, Roxbury
Over 1,000 votes were cast in the 2019 Pizza Wars “quest for the best,” and the results are in… For the second time, the most votes were cast for… Cambiotti’s Tomato Pie Café! Located at 102 Shippenport Road in Landing, Cambiotti’s Tomato Pie Café is a neighborhood restaurant known for its unique thin crust pizza and …

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Pizza Wars are back!

Categories: community, Events, Fundraisers, Fundraising, Hopatcong, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, Mt. Arlington, News, Other, Roxbury
The Lake Hopatcong area Pizza Wars are back and you are needed to help choose the best pizza in the area! For the second time, the Hopatcong Lake Regional News has coordinated this local quest for the best and we are honored to be the non profit recipient of this delicious community event. It’s easy… …

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SAVE THE DATE for the 2019 Lake Hopatcong Block Party

Categories: Block Party, community, Events, Hopatcong, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, Mt. Arlington, News, Roxbury, Volunteers
Mark those calendars for the 2019 Lake Hopatcong Block Party on Saturday, May 11, at Hopatcong State Park!  The Lake Hopatcong Block Party brings visitors together with businesses, non-profit organizations, community groups crafters and food vendors for a day that kicks off the summer season and celebrates all facets of Lake Hopatcong life. Returning vendors will be …

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Two more weeks before the lake begins to refill

Categories: community, Hopatcong, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Mt. Arlington, News, Roxbury
The five-year 60-inch drawdown will be coming to a close in a couple of weeks. If you haven’t yet had the chance to tackle inspections or maintenance to any waterfront structures, now is the time! Residents can contact Hopatcong State Park at 973-398-7010 to inquire about projects that do or don’t require a permit. According …

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Lake cleanup proves very tiresome

Categories: community, Events, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong Commission, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, LHF, Mt. Arlington, News, Projects and Initiatives, Volunteers, Water Quality
It’s safe to assume that part of the fun of volunteering for the recent lake-wide cleanup of Lake Hopatcong is that it’s sort of like a treasure hunt. It may not have quite the same romance as, say, Indiana Jones’s archaeological exploits in the Raiders of the Lost Ark movies, but there’s something exciting about …

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Cleanup tallies, volunteers and quotables

Categories: community, Events, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong Commission, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, LHF, Mt. Arlington, News, Projects and Initiatives, Volunteers, Water Quality
2018 lake-wide cleanup tallies Every 5 years, the State of New Jersey draws down Lake Hopatcong by 60 inches to allow property owners to repair docks and seawalls. The drawdown can also help to kill off unwanted aquatic plants in shallow areas, while facilitating cleanup efforts.  The first lake-wide cleanup was organized by the LHF …

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Hundreds of volunteers venture out to remove trash from Lake Hopatcong

Categories: community, Events, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong Commission, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, LHF, Mt. Arlington, News, Projects and Initiatives, Volunteers, Water Quality
Shortly after 8 o’clock on a misty Saturday morning, the collar of two green-plaid boots peeked up above the dark-gray muck just off Brady Road in Jefferson Township. Barely a step away, Cora Haughney was desperately trying to find her balance on one foot, which she’d managed to plant on a friend’s clean boot while …

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