Dear Sun Spots: Thank you so much for all of the helpful information you continue to provide all of us! I’m hoping you can help me out.

I was wondering if you could find out if cemeteries provide a map to the public of who is buried there, and where they are in the cemetery?

There are two cemeteries that I would be interested in getting maps on if possible: St. John’s Cemetery in Brunswick and St. Peter’s Cemetery in Lewiston. My family has several family members and friends buried in each cemetery, and it would be interesting to see where they all are. Thanks again for all of your much appreciated work. – Michelle, Sabattus.

Sun Spots contacted St. Peter’s Cemetery, Switzerland Road, Lewiston, 782-8721, which notes it can provide maps of different sections. As you can imagine, there are several sectional maps because of the large number of people buried in the cemetery. Personnel can assist you in narrowing your search.

You can also receive a map of the cemetery. It is open 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is closed on the weekends. Sun Spots also contacted St. John’s Parish, which says it does not have maps to give out.

However, you can visit the parish center, where office personnel will be able to assist you.

The office is located at 39 Pleasant St., Brunswick, 725-8756. It is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and is closed on the weekend.

Dear Sun Spots: We, The Phillips Old Home Days Committee, are looking for past kings and queens. In 2008, we will celebrate our 50th year and would like all kings and queens to participate.

We need names and addresses, so if anyone knows of a past king or queen and the year that they were crowned, please contact Phillips Area Chamber of Commerce, c/o Janet White, 37 Bray Hill Road, Phillips, ME 04966, 639-2817. – Phillips Old Home Days Committee, Phillips.

Dear Sun Spots: We are hoping that you can help us get the word out that the Mexico Congregational United Church of Christ is looking for vendors to rent space at rain or shine summer flea markets.

The Green Church has a high visibility location on Main Street, U.S. Route 2, in Mexico. The dates of the sale are Aug. 18, and Sept. 15. A 12-by-12 foot lawn space is available for $15, with the vendor providing his or her own table, canopy, etc. Tables can also be rented inside for $20.

Please call Gail True at 562-4367 for details and reservation. Thank you for your great column. – Carol Cantin, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: How do I write to Christian Stoinev, the boy with the little Chihuahua? Thanks. – No Name, No Town.

Answer: Try reaching him through the Big Apple Circus at 505 Eighth Ave., 19th Floor, New York, NY 10018-6505. You can also call them at 800-899-2775, or 212-268-2500.

You might be interested in noting that Stoinev started working his first circus act, an unsupported ladder-balancing act, with his father.

He is also an accomplished unicyclist and hand-balancer. He made his Big Apple Circus debut in Big Top Doo-Wop in 2001 as an acrobat. In the summer of 2003, he performed in Circo Atayde Hnos with other boys in an acrobatic break dance routine.

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