Dear Sun Spots: I began a Web site for veterans organizations in Androscoggin County in December 2006. The Web server provided Microsoft Front Page extensions and I was able to work live updating the site.

I was told in December 2007 that the front page was not allowed to work live any longer and the server suggested I download Filezilla and Dreamweaver. I have them both but can’t seem to figure out how to work the programs to maintain the Web site. Some veterans have asked me to update the Maine Memorial Page and I can’t. Is there anyone out there who could instruct me on how to upload the changes so I can keep the site updated. I would deeply appreciate it. Contact Paul Bernard at 207-225-3285 or e-mail [email protected]

The Web site is: – Paul, Turner

In addition to responses from readers, have you considered contacting the customer support forums for Filezilla and Dreamweaver? Both offer online support at the following Web sites: and

• A Sun Spots inquiry posted on Monday, July 7, had some incorrect information. The Leavitt Institute class of 1963 and 1964 will hold their class reunion at 5 Lily Lane, Bailey Island on Aug. 2. Also, the correct phone number for Marion Bubier is 946-5579.

Dear Sun Spots: The Waterville Senior High School Class of 1989 reunion committee is getting ready for its 20-year class reunion, and we are hoping that since we are getting an early start on it we will be able to locate most if not all of our former classmates. If you graduated from Waterville High School in 1989 or know someone who did, please call us with the contact information of the classmate.

The reunion is being held Aug. 1, 2009, from 5:30 to 11:30 p.m. It will be at the Elks Lodge on 76 Industrial Road in Waterville. We are all looking forward to a nice night of dinner, dancing and catching up with old classmates. Thank you and I am looking forward to hearing from you. [email protected] or 207 568-3075. – Mary Ann (Russell) Ryan, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: Enjoy your column, keep up the good work. I am looking for tiaras that would fit 18-inch dolls. Any ideas as to where I could find these? Thank you. – No Name, Lewiston.

Dear Sun Spots: My sweet mother-in-law, who passed away in February, once purchased a lazy Susan serving set that included 4 scalloped serving dishes surrounding a center covered dish. My husband would now like to use this set in our home, but two of the four scalloped serving dishes are broken or missing and I am looking for replacements.

There are no markings on the set. The lazy Susan tray that the dishes set into is 19 inches across. Each serving dish is approximately 10½ by 5½ inches with 4 leaf-like scallops. The dishes are made with a thick heavy glass.

I attempted to find these dishes online to no avail. Do you have any advice on where I could find replacements? I would be willing to pay a reasonable price if anyone has replacement pieces. Please contact Valerie at 512-2459. – Valerie, No Town.

Sun Spots did a Google search online for a “lazy susan glass serving set” and founds lots of results. We did find one product at that looks similar to the set you described. The dishes are shaped like leaves and this particular set comes with 2 extra dishes. The set is selling for $28. If this isn’t the one you are looking for, hopefully one of our readers will be able to assist you.

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