Back again this year is the Dog Walk as part of the Lake Hopatcong Foundation Lake Loop 2017. And to find out more about the event, we spoke to the creator of this portion of the event, Jennifer DeWitt, who serves as the Development Director at the LHF.
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Offshore powerboat racing is back again in Lake Hopatcong. This time, it plays host to the 2017 National Championship. They are expecting 10 or more race classes, which will be made up of 40+ boats. All of them will be competing in this Offshore Powerboat Association (OPA) event, which runs out of the prestigious Lake Forest Yacht Club (LFYC), otherwise known as Race Village.
While the summer isn’t over yet, these cooler-than-normal August days with 70-degree temperatures prompted the team at Hopatcong Lake Regional News team to check with the Farmers Almanac for the long-range forecast for the winter of 2017 – 2018.
For the third year the Lake Hopatcong Foundation (LHF) will be bringing back the ever popular Paddle for LHF Lake Loop 2017. To get the inside information we spoke to Steve Kazimir, Ed Craviolo and Larry Orlans who are the three key volunteers that run the Paddle Event.
August 17, 2017 | By Holly (LHF): After months of planning and hundreds of hours of volunteer labor, the Lake Hopatcong Trail is almost ready for its official opening!
Hopatcong Lake Regional News recently had the chance to catch up with Rob Davidson the head Volunteer for the Adventure Run/Walk 1.5 mile or 5K, to get some more detailed information about this event.
August 9, 2017 - Holly (LHF): The 2017 LHF Symposium was a chance to bring together a diverse group of stakeholders to discuss some of the lake’s biggest issues in the hopes of coming up with some creative solutions.
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation, a 501(c)3 charitable organization dedicated to improving Lake Hopatcong for all, now and in the years to come, will be hosting the fifth annual “LHF Lake Loop” on September 24, 2017, at Hopatcong State Park.
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation (LHF) is proud to announce that we will be sharing the inspirational message of the Kindness for Christopher movement in the following two events.
On August 3, 2017, about 40 community leaders gathered at the Jefferson House to discuss some of the lake’s biggest problems in the hopes of coming up with some creative solutions.
Bo Long from Livingston was out on the lake enjoying a great day on the lake with his family, when everything turned wrong ending in his death.
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation is preparing for yet another major event for the Lake Region, and the Hopatcong Lake Regional News had a chance to catch up with Becky Rubenstein and Jennifer DeWitt to discuss the upcoming LHF Lake Loop 2017.