A love of Lake Hopatcong can net two graduating high school seniors $1,000 each, as the deadline approaches for the Lake Hopatcong Foundation’s 2017 scholarship program.
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation (LHF) Block Party is just 27 days away and represents one of the biggest events on our lake. So to help celebrate the event and help countdown the days here is Reason #4 on why you should attend!
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation is seeking a grant to purchase a 40-foot, custom-built, covered pontoon as their FLOATING CLASSROOM which will hold full classes of students and other groups. The best part is free to you, and only requires a few minutes of your time to help make this happen!
In an effort to keep boat shrink-wrap out of the trash so that it can be recycled, a collection program for this material will be launched on April 1, 2017, on Lake Hopatcong at Lee’s County Park Marina, 443 Howard Boulevard, Mount Arlington, NJ 07856.
Since the Lake Hopatcong Foundation (LHF) Block Party is only one month away, I decided to check-in with Jennifer DeWitt from LHF to find out how things are progressing, and to also to better understand what goes into managing such a major event.
Following months of sufficient precipitation, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin today lifted a drought warning for 12 of 14 counties in the northern, central and northern coastal regions of New Jersey and removed a drought watch for four counties in the southwestern part of the state.
If you haven't noticed, we are excited here at the Lake Hopatcong Foundation that spring is in the air and it's time to get outside and start training for this year's Lake Loop on September 24th.