Dear Sun Spots: The Turner Museum and Historical Association is trying to compile two sets of the Angelus yearbook for Leavitt Area High School from the years 1969 through the present.

If you have hardcover copies you would like to donate, please drop them off at the History Rooms in the Leavitt Institute Building or bring them in after the 4th of July parade. We would be glad to pick them up. Call Tootie Ricker at 225-3622 or Nat Pilsbury at 225-3271. Thank you for your help. – The Turner Museum and Historical Association.

Dear Sun Spots: Could you please get an address or telephone number for Pam Brown of Wilton? She works with mannequins. The article was just in the paper on May 26. Also, do you respond to letters from former Mainers that are now out of state? I sent you one from a friend awhile ago. Thank you. – No Name, No Town.


Answer: You may contact Pam at 645-2091. Also, Sun Spots will print all letters that come in, no matter where they are from, unless there is no contact information. All requests must include a name, which we won’t use if you don’t want us to, and contact phone number or address.

Dear Sun Spots: I am writing in response to the Sun Spots posting relating to the constituent service provided by Congressman Mike Michaud’s office. The level of service from the Lewiston and Washington offices of Congressman Michaud has always been prompt and helpful when I have contacted them for various matters relating to issues and for help with federal agencies.

The staff goes the extra mile to be responsive. Before publishing such criticism in Sun Spots I would think that your staff might have taken the time to contact the congressman’s office and make sure the facts were correct. We, in Maine, are fortunate to have a high standard of service from all our congressional offices, and Michaud’s Lewiston office is at the top of the list for prompt, helpful and courteous service. – Cathy, Greenwood.


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