Antique & Classic Boat Society

Lake Hopatcong Chapter

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Our Club's 49th Boat Show on a beautiful June day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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President's Spring Message

Another boat show in the books! Updated President's message coming soon!

For the rest of 2024, your Board of Directors are planning a year of fun and celebration. It is our club’s 50th anniversary.

We have our August seafood dinner, our Annual Dinner and, hopefully, some workshops in between. Barbara Edwards and Mike Smith are planning our Commemorative Gala, celebrating our 50th year as a club. If you would like to help Barbara and Mike plan this event, please contact Barbara (973-722-0794) or Mike (973-534-3811). They will be happy to hear from you!

You may keep up with club events by checking our website, lhacbs.org. You may also read our club’s rich history by clicking on “About Us” under the website’s Home tab. The author is our Lifetime Director, Bob Rice.

It is now time to start thinking about getting our boats in the water and going for a ride! Warm weather will be here soon. The lakes are full. As the name on the transom of Dan Dyrness’ 1939 Century reads, “Life is Good.”

Best regards,

Ray Reynolds

President, LHACBS

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For Information, Please Contact:

Ray Reynolds, President LHACBS
President@LHACBS.org
973.945.7376

Mike Schillizzi, VP & Show Chair
VicePresident@LHACBS.org
973.975.3715

News & Events

2024 Boat Show AWARDS Presentation

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The Lake Hopatcong Antique Boat Club was founded on
October 17, 1974
That means that THIS YEAR
we will be celebrating a milestone. 

50 years!
We will surely be celebrating,
more info to come.

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