Governor’s to benefit humane society April 19


DEAR SUN SPOTS: Governor’s Restaurant second annual campaign to support the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society is set for April 19. On that day only, 10 percent of all sales and server tips at the Governor’s at 1185 Lisbon St. in Lewiston will be given to the GAHS.

Also, for the entire month of April Governor’s will be collecting donated supplies — items such as animal food, toys the animals can play with, cleaning and office supplies, etc. — to help the GAHS operate.

In return for a donation, we will be doing a drawing for a $25 Governor’s gift card. Please help us to have another successful campaign to help the animals. For more information, call 753-0173 or visit Thank you. — Matthew Agren

DEAR SUN SPOTS: I would be interested in subscribing to the small TV guide that you send out with your weekend paper. Is this possible, and how do I go about it? — Theresa Bilodeau via e-mail

ANSWER: Yes, you can subscribe for $1 a month, which works out to less than a quarter an issue. Just call Circulation at 784- 3555 or 1-800-482-0935 from 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays, 6 to 10 a.m. weekends.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: The Lewiston Senior Citizens is meeting at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 28, for anyone interested in a trip to the Branson Musical Theater on Nov. 2-6. We will be showing video and giving information about this special trip. For those of you who have received a brochure, the price is now about $140 less.

You can also get information concerning the next two-day trip sponsored by the Meadowview Seniors, one on Friday, May 7, going to Indian Head Resort for a Mother’s Day Special, which includes bus, cocktail, lunch buffet, entertainment and a gift for all mothers.

The second trip is Wednesday, Aug. 23, to Ogunquit Playhouse. The show will be “Spamalot the Musical.” The actors are all professionals.

For more information, please call me at 786-2305 or write 23 Spofford St., Apt 454, Lewiston, ME 04240. — Bert Dutil, [email protected]

DEAR SUN SPOTS: How do I access the archives for obituaries? I would like to see the original obit. I can find the notices but not the part with their pictures. Thank you. — Margaret Bubier via e-mail

ANSWER: When you are at the Web site, click on the word “Obituaries,” instead of the arrow for the drop-down window. We are still working on the site, so not everything is available online, but the most recent obituaries should be there.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: I have five bags of anthracite coal that I cannot use. They are free. If you are interested, please call 786-0038. — No Name, Auburn

DEAR SUN SPOTS: The 12th annual Penny Sale auction to benefit the Phillips Public Library was deemed a success by auction volunteers. The sum of $4,383 was realized, thanks to the efforts of the many volunteers and the general public for their support. — Winona Davenport, Phillips

DEAR SUN SPOTS: We would like to say thank you to landowners for allowing a snowmobile trail on their land. It is greatly appreciated. — Poodunck Snowmobile Club, Dixfield

DEAR SUN SPOTS: We would like to thank all of the friends and businesses that made the benefit at the Shak last month a huge success. It makes us proud to be part of such a caring and giving community.

Thanks, Dana, for the use of the Shak, and a special thanks goes to the five bands — Smith Crossing, Matt and the Barn Burners, One Step Ahead, The Hooligans and Monsta — that donated their time to provide the entertainment for the afternoon.

The biggest thank you goes to our daughter, Rosalie Fifield, who coordinated the efforts of her friends, Dan, Pam, Tammy, Rod, Mike, Opie and Deano, who worked to gather donations, advertise, manage the stage, serve dinners, work the door and run the raffles. Thank you all so very much. We love you. — Haydn and Rosemarie Jones

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