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If you have not already Voted, please do so as the Hopatcong Pound needs the additional vote to receive at least a $500 donation from “The Puorro Dream.”
During this second article, we’ll explore why this production is something you really need to attend based upon the rich experience Hopatcong High School has in the area in producing Broadway Quality Shows.
This Borough Wide event is designed for both the treasure hunter and the person looking for good deals on something they need to finish off the home or apartment.
The Jefferson Township Recreation Department is offering beginner and intermediate golf lessons at Bowling Green Golf Club to students 6 to 14 years of age and students 15 through adults beginning in late April. The program will be taught by Head Golf Professional Sean Roeser and Assistant Golf Professional Derek Bishop at the facility located at 53 Schoolhouse Road, Milton/Oak Ridge.
All donations will be sent to the Interfaith Food Pantry which helps Morris County residents in need.
Jefferson High School will be entertaining the community with the Addams Family Musical starting this weekend. Seats are assigned so you need to buy advance tickets now, to get the best seating (middle – center is advice of the Artistic Director).
Hopefully you didn’t miss this combination of Flea Market, Craft Fair and Book signing as Our Lady Star of the Sea provided something for everyone in this annual events.
Roxbury High School Ice Hockey team was honored at the 11th Annual MCSSIHL Awards Banquet on March 26th.
Congratulations to Coach Gregory Trotter on being selected by the National Federation of Coaches as the New Jersey Baseball Coach of the Year!
The students of Roxbury Indoor Percussion are presenting a Friends and Family Championship Preview Performance of their 2017 show, “Energized”. Everyone is invited to attend on Friday, March 31st from 7:30-8:00 p.m. in the Roxbury High School gym!
In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, four of the seven schools in Roxbury Township participated in this year’s St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event at Lincoln/Roosevelt and Kennedy School on March 16th.
Mount Arlington is seeking multiple Volunteers to support the wide variety of events that occur all year long.
In February that Mount Arlington Borough Council passed a resolution which will officially rename our beach The Arthur J. Ondish Memorial Beach.
We are in need of volunteers for the MABORC Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday April 8th. (Rain date April 15th). General help with hiding eggs, decorating, supervising hunt areas, pictures with the Easter Bunny, prizes and refreshments, including clean up afterwards.
Message from Marty Kane: Despite Mother Nature’s best attempts to fool us, thoughts turn to spring, and the museum reopens this weekend.
Bridge Marina is proud to announce that it will be offering complimentary New Jersey Boater Safety Certificate courses during the 2017 season. This safety course scheduled for Sunday, March 26, 2017 is typically at $75 value and is complimentary with:
So we have lived through another Nor’easter storm in the Hopatcong Lake Region. We’d like to thank everyone for submitting your photos for a chance to win $250 for your selected charity.
As first reported by the Daily News
Nature needs an assist from fish hatcheries.
There were no walleyes in Lake Hopatcong in 1987, when most of the state's walleyes lived in the Delaware River, and fishing regulations called them pike perch in the 1950s and '60s.