Dear Sun Spots: Was it in your paper where I saw a young person, high school or college age, who wouldn’t go into her school without taking some green toilet paper, which was made with certain ingredients (wood?) you can’t get in stores? I would like this. It was quite awhile ago, it may not have been your paper. – No Name, No Town.

Answer: We couldn’t find the article that you are referring to, but you should be able to find “green” products at your local health food store or at Shaw’s supermarkets. Shaw’s carries the Seventh Generation brand of products made from 100 percent recycled paper, which also includes paper towels, napkins, tissues and trash bags.

Dear Sun Spots: I am an activities director at a wonderful rehabilitation and living center in the Farmington area. In the past month we have had a new karaoke system donated to us, however the problem is we need music to go with it. We have discovered that we have some residents that have beautiful voices and love to sing. They love the oldies like Patsy Cline, Hank Williams Sr., Kitty Wells, Loretta Lynn, Tammie Wynette, George Jones, Buck Owens, Charlie Pride and artists like these. If you could help us by donating any karaoke music, please send it to Shelley Seavey, 221 Fairbanks Road, Farmington, ME 04938, or call 778-3386 and ask to speak to me, I would love to hear from you. – Shelley, Farmington.

Dear Sun Spots: For the writer seeking Aromatic Elixir perfume by Clinique, the body smoother, which is a wonderful skin lotion, smells better and lasts longer. I mix it with an unscented lotion because a little goes a long way. This sells for about $26, also at Macys. – Aromatic, Auburn.

Dear Sun Spots: I am reaching out to find a friend I went to school with. Her name was Hope Tardiff and went to LHS. I deeply miss her and think of her so much. I have this feeling she needs me. I want to connect to her. My maiden name was Patricia Diane Tardiff. – Patricia, North Carolina.

• For the reader interested in the cat show scheduled for this year, the NauTICAts will hold a cat show April 3, 4 and 5 at the Lewiston Armory.

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