Dear Sun Spots: Franklin Community Health Network is looking for large stretched canvases, approximately 2-by-3 feet, to be donated for a series of free Summer art workshops. Canvases can be dropped off at Franklin Memorial Hospital’s front desk, or you can call Natashia or Catherine at 779-2103. The artwork created during the workshops will be auctioned this summer, and the money raised will go toward the new mobile health unit that provides free health care. Thank you. – Catherine Merrow, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: Bath Lodge of Elks 934 Veterans Committee is looking for donations of military dress and work hats representing the five U.S. military services, Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine and Coast Guard. The Veterans Committee will be displaying the hats at the lodge and during functions. It there is a interesting story to tell about the donation we would appreciate that, too, and be glad to share the story. Anyone wishing to donate can contact one of the Veterans Committee chairmen, Mike Smith at 233-2831 or Chuck Billings at 882-4024. Thank you. – Chuck Billings, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: I’m looking for relatives of Emile and Alice (Boucher) Thibault who had resided and raised their eight children on Garcelon Street, Lewiston. A family reunion is being planned for July 4 at the home of Andrea DeFilipp, and we would like to locate other family members. Any family members wanting to attend or anyone having information about locating other Thibault/Boucher relatives may contact me at 786-9750. – Andrea DeFilipp, Auburn.

Dear Sun Spots: Calvary Christian Academy is having an indoor “yard” sale in their gym on Friday and Saturday, June 23 and 24. If Sun Spots readers would like to donate items to the sale, they can be dropped off at the school, 20 N. Main St, Turner, or please call 225-3665 or e-mail [email protected] This is a fundraising event, and all proceeds will benefit Calvary Christian Academy’s new playground. Thank you. – Mary Crane, Turner.

Dear Sun Spots: I would like to find two yearbooks from Winthrop High School, years 1960 and 1964. Mine were lost. I am willing to pay a reasonable price. I can be reached at 485-0650. Many thanks. – No Name, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: Could you find the address for Lou Dobbs, host of CNN? Could you also tell me the years for World War I? Thank you. – No Name, Peru.

Answer: You can write to Lou Dobbs at CNN, ATTN: Lou Dobbs, One CNN Center, Atlanta, GA, 30303. Or, you can e-mail him from the CNN Web site at www.cnn.com, click “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” than click “Send” under “Contact Us.”

World War I, dubbed the war that “would be over by Christmas,” dragged on from 1914, when Germany invaded Belgium, to Nov. 11, 1918, when the armistice was signed, ending the war at 11 a.m. Sun Spots found a couple of very thorough World War I historical Web sites, www.firstworldwar.com and http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/war/wwone/, where you will find detailed and timelined information about the “war to end all wars.”

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