Dear Sun Spots: The BookReach program of the Auburn and Lewiston public libraries is looking for volunteers to share some morning or afternoon time reading aloud to young children in Lewiston or Auburn. After attending an orientation, each volunteer reader is matched with a licensed, family child-care home where he or she reads from a different bag of books every one to two weeks.

This is a wonderful opportunity for people who would enjoy introducing young children to the wonder of stories, and who would like to give to our community in a meaningful and positive way.

Please call Kathleen Demers, BookReach Coordinator, at (207) 784-0135, extension 213 to learn more. – Kathleen Demers, Lewiston.

Dear Sun Spots: Would any Sun Spots readers have any garage or attic items they would like to donate to the Universalist Church of Greene for our lawn sale being held June 28? Anything would be greatly appreciated. For pickup, please call Pat Jacobs at (207) 946-5052, or Diane Saunders at (207) 225-3757. – Pauline in Greene.

Dear Sun Spots: I would like to thank all the people who called me or e-mailed me about a dark maroon, leaf shamrock with little pink flowers that I could have. I met some wonderful people, and I got the plant I wanted. Sun Spots is a great thing to have in the newspaper. I read it every morning and hope that some day I can help someone too. Thanks again. – Mona Gardner, North Turner.

Dear Sun Spots: A couple of weeks ago, a lady wrote in looking for a drum type humidifier. If she will call me at (207) 783-1203, I can help her. I have one still in the box. – No Name, Lewiston.

Answer:
Sun Spots would urge A.P. of Auburn (Sun Spots request May 16) to contact this reader about the humidifier.

Dear Sun Spots: Thanks for your services. You’re doing a good job.

I have a few French songs with music. If anyone is interested you can call me after 9 a.m. They are free for the asking. I can be reached at (207) 783-6606. – No Name, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: The Dixfield Main Street Outdoor Market is planned for Aug. 17 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The entire downtown area will become an open-air market with the atmosphere of a block party. This is a great opportunity for organizations and crafters to reserve a 10-foot-by-15-foot space for just $15. Musicians are welcome to showcase their talents by donating performance time to the activities. We are looking for vendors who want to sell their crafts, food, raffles, collectibles and more. For applications or more information, please call Ralph or Norine at Log Cabin Craftworks, (207) 562-8816 daytimes or (207) 562-7482 evenings or write to Dixfield Outdoor Market Committee, P.O. Box 394, Dixfield, ME 04224. – Norine Clarke, Dixfield.

Dear Sun Spots: Can you please find out if the actress Stacey Keibler who plays on wrestling ever appeared on Jerry Springer because there is a girl in the audience that looks like her. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Stacey Keibler is on WWF. – C.J., Lewiston.

Answer:
According to www.steveswrestling.com, Keibler’s movie and show credits include: “Bubble Boy,” “The Late Late Show,” “Howard Stern Show” and “Tough Enough.” The 5-foot-11 woman has worked as a model and actress as well as a physical therapist technician. A Baltimore native, she began dancing since when she was 3 years old and has a background in ballet, tap and jazz. She was signed by World Championship Wrestling as a member of the Nitro Girls in 1999. She has an on-camera role in WCW as Miss Hancock. Sun Spots was unable to find any reference to Keibler on the “Jerry Springer Show” and you may want to try contacting the show at 1-800-965-3779.

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