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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Survey Results for Community Programming at the Train Station

Categories: community, Grants, News, Other, Train Station
In January, the Lake Hopatcong Foundation was selected to receive an incubation grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities to conduct a front-end evaluation survey to assist us in determining the best direction for future programming at the Lake Hopatcong Cultural and Environmental Center. The Lake Hopatcong Cultural and Environmental Center will be located …

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Get Your B-SAFE Dock Number Sign to Easily Install During Five-Year Drawdown

Categories: community, Hopatcong, Jefferson, lake, Lake Hopatcong, Mt. Arlington, News, Other, Projects and Initiatives, Public Safety, Roxbury
The B-SAFE Dock Numbering Program was developed with the aimof improving emergency response times and safety on Lake Hopatcong. Each lakefront property has been assigned a unique dock number, or “lake address,” which is linked to its 9-1-1 street address. Lakefront property owners may voluntarily purchase and post a B-SAFE dock number sign where it can …

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Congratulations to Our 2018 Scholarship Winners

Categories: Education, News, Other
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation is proud to announce the winners of our 2018 scholarships; Nicholas Karpiak of Hopatcong and Liam Fitzgerald of Lake Hopatcong. Each year, the Foundation awards two $1,000 scholarships to local graduating seniors whose future studies have been shaped by their time on New Jersey’s largest lake. A life-long lake resident and …

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Order Your B-SAFE Dock Number Sign by 6-15 for Summer 2018

Categories: community, Hopatcong, Jefferson, lake, Lake Hopatcong, Mt. Arlington, News, Other, Projects and Initiatives, Public Safety, Roxbury
B-SAFE (Blue Signs Are for Emergencies) dock number signs are once again available to order. The B-SAFE Dock Numbering Program was developed with the aimof improving emergency response times and safety on Lake Hopatcong. Each lakefront property has been assigned a unique dock number, or “lake address,” which is linked to its 9-1-1 street address. Lakefront property …

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Join Us for Our Annual Group Hike on June 3

Categories: community, Hopatcong, News, Other, Recreational Trails
Please join us for our annual group hike at 1:00 pm on Sunday, June 3, on a spur of the Lake Hopatcong Trail.  We will meet at the lake-side parking lot for Roland May Eves Mountain Inlet Sanctuary (40.970846, -74.640349). This hike, led by LHF Recreational Trails Committee Chair Cliff Lundin is moderate in difficulty and will take …

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Help Us Determine Future Community Programming at the Train Station!

Categories: community, Grants, News, Other, Train Station
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation has been working to improve the Lake Hopatcong region since 2012, through programs and initiatives focused on the environment, education, community, historical preservation, recreation as well as arts and culture.  One of our major initiatives has been the restoration of the historical Lake Hopatcong Train Station in Landing, New Jersey, for …

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2018 LHF Annual Meeting and Floating Classroom Christening

Categories: community, Hopatcong, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, Mt. Arlington, News, Other, Projects and Initiatives, Roxbury
Thank you to everyone that attended our 2018 Annual Meeting on May 4, 2018, at the Garden State Yacht Club in Hopatcong.  The evening began with the christening of the Lake Hopatcong Floating Classroom.  The vessel was christened, Study Hull, at the docks of the yacht club while a crowd of more than 75 cheered and …

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