It is with immense pride that we are able to report the Borough of Hopatcong will receive a distinguished seedling of the World Trade Center Survivor Tree that will be planted in Fireman's Park.
Today the Borough of Hopatcong recognizes Aaron Mood for completing his Eagle Scout award in the repairs and fencing in Squire Park. During the process he created GoFundMe site to establish funds to replace, refurbish, and repaint the wooden fence at Squire field. The remainder of the money was donated to a local town organizations.
It is with great honor that Hopatcong will honor and remember two Hopatcong Brothers that give their lives during World War II, during the banner program for this year’s unveiling on Memorial Day Weekend. And they need your assistance in helping to remember and pay the proper respects during the important town ceremony.
(Newton, NJ) – After taking a break because of the coronavirus, the “Sister-to-Sister” Prom Shop offered by Project Self-Sufficiency is back in business.
The Hopatcong Marketplace is returning after an extraordinarily first year in 2020, where the event gained recognition across the State, as the Largest in Sussex County. This year for 2021 they are expanding the days, space, dining area with many several events and entertainment throughout the season.
Members of the Hopatcong Woman’s Club gathered on a sunny weekday morning to plant brilliant blue pinwheels in a section of Modick Park. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and the pinwheels are attention-getting symbols meant to raise awareness of the issue in the general community. For more information: www.preventchildabuse.org