Dear Sun Spots: I am hoping that one of your readers may have recorded a movie titled “Stolen Summer” with Bonnie Hunt, which was shown on the Movie Plex channel Sunday, Aug. 8, at 7 p.m. I believe the story would be a great teaching aid for children.

I will reimburse for the tape and shipping cost as well as a call for my address, (207) 392-1221. – J.M., Andover.

Dear Sun Spots: Please list Joey and Barbara Gamache’s address, which I believe is in Litchfield.

I have a photo of Joey Gamache that belongs to them that inadvertently got put in the wrong album. I want them to get it back.

Thanks, I really appreciate this as the return of the world champ’s picture is special to them. – Bev Giroux, Oxford.

Answer: Gamache can be reached by writing to: Joe Gamache, c/o Gamache Boxing Club, 65 Central Ave., Lewiston, ME 04240

Dear Sun Spots: We seen some silhouettes put up on the side of buildings. We would like to know where we could purchase them? Thank you. – R.L.S., No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: I am trying to locate someone who does shoe repairs. There was a person who did it locally but is no longer in business. Can you please supply me with some names? – No Name, South Paris.

Answer: In addition to responses from readers, try contacting:

Obie’s Shoe Repair at 289 Lisbon St., Lewiston, (207) 784-8164. Owner Yves Arondel de Hayes says you can get to his shop by going through the alleyway and to the rear of 289. He is open Monday to Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Fridays from 2 to 5 p.m.

Tim Finn Shoe Repair at (207) 623-8491, Water Street, Augusta. They are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Along with shoe repair, they can mend your luggage, dye your leather shoes, fix leather jackets and more.

Shoe Renu on Maine Street (in Fort Andross) in Brunswick, (207) 725-8557. They are open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Dear Sun Spots: I hope you can help me. I am looking for the address of the TV program “Extreme Makeover.” It’s on Channel 8 Sundays. I have not been able to locate it. Thanks. – No Name, Poland Spring.

Answer: Sun Spots believes you are referring to ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” reality program. You can contact them at Box 78, 10061 Riverside Drive, Toluca Lake, CA 91602.

Dear Sun Spots: I truly enjoy all the information from your readers.

I am requesting the words to an old song from the ’60s or ’70s. It is by Johnny Nash and the title is “I Can See Clearly Now.” I do hope one of your readers can find this for me. – No Name, No Town.

Answer: You might be interested in noting that Nash is best known for the reggae/pop hybrid, “I Can See Clearly Now,” which propelled him to international acclaim in the early-1970s. Though American born and raised, Nash’s parents were Caribbean emigrants, and the cross-cultural influence enhanced the singer/songwriter/producer’s eclectic songwriting. Early collaborations with then-unknown Jamaican songwriter Bob Marley, paved the way for Nash’s career as one of the most eclectic African-American singer-songwriters of his generation.

I Can See Clearly Now I can see clearly now, the rain is gone, I can see all obstacles in my way Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind It’s gonna be a bright (bright), bright (bright) Sun-Shiny day. I think I can make it now, the pain is gone All of the bad feelings have disappeared Here is the rainbow I’ve been prayin’ for It’s gonna be a bright (bright), bright (bright) Sun-Shiny day. Look all around, there’s nothin’ but blue skies Look straight ahead, nothin’ but blue skies I can see clearly now, the rain is gone, I can see all obstacles in my way Here is the rainbow I’ve been prayin’ for It’s gonna be a bright (bright), bright (bright) Sun-Shiny day.

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