Page 12 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • January 14, 2009 Saddle River Valley Saddle River Valley Lions’ Fall Harvest Sale sets record Thanks to the generosity and support of local residents, the Saddle River Valley Lions Club’s Fall Harvest Sale had a recordbreaking year. In what has become a tradition spanning almost 50 years, members of the Lions Club were out in force once again this year selling fresh produce, candy, and nuts to benefit those in need. Since being chartered by Lions Clubs International in 1958, the Saddle River Valley Lions Club has raised and donated more than $1,600,000 to help the blind and visually impaired, other health-related charities, and local community volunteer organizations. This year’s Fall Harvest Sale added over $3,200 to that total. The Saddle River Valley Lions Club sponsors three major fundraising projects annually which include the Fall Harvest Sale, a car giveaway in the spring, and the Lions Carnival in Upper Saddle River for six nights starting on Memorial Day. The members of the Saddle River Valley Lions Club thank all those who supported the Fall Harvest Sale and look forward to everyone’s participation in the car giveaway and carnival. For information about becoming a Lion please contact the Saddle River Valley Lions Club, P.O. Box 333, Saddle River, NJ 07458. Board seeks new trustee Stephanie Karl recently notified the Upper Saddle River Board of Education that she will resign from the board effective this week. The board recently put out a call for applications for her replacement. Karl’s term will end in April. The process for filing for this vacancy is determined by law. The board will select a replacement and this individual will serve until the April school board and budget election. At that time, the replacement may run for the open seat. The board will make a selection following an interview process. By law, members of the board of education must: be able to read and write; hold citizenship and one year’s residence in the school district; have no interest in any contract with, or claim against, the board; not hold office as mayor of member of the governing body in the same district; be registered to vote in the district and not be disqualified as a voter under NJSA 19:4-1. Celebrating the season The Church of the Presentation senior group recently held its annual Christmas mass and luncheon, which was attended by 160 members and guests. Young mothers of the parish graciously served the meal, and entertainment was provided by The Blue Knights and Fair Ladies, a quintet that performs for nursing homes and senior organizations. Audience participation in a sing-a-long concluded the day. 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