Dear Sun Spots: Is there any place in the Farmington area that swaps westerns or love stories? – No Name, Farmington.

Answer: Sun Spots could not locate a place to swap books in the Farmington area, but you may consider contacting Artios Books, 180 Turner St., Auburn, at 786-4007. They swap “3-for-1” all the time, including westerns and love stories. Bring three books in and receive one in exchange.

At the moment, the shop is packed with books and it is are looking for a larger location to move to.

Keep in mind that it will also search for those hard to find books at no charge.

Dear Sun Spots: The Lewiston School Nutrition Program will offer a free summer food service program for children.

Breakfast and lunch will be served weekdays starting June 22 through Aug. 14, at Kennedy park, River Valley (Tall Pines), Hillview Apartments and Camp Smiles.

All meals must be eaten at the site, as participants are not allowed to remove food from the parks or playgrounds.

On rainy days, the children will be served at the Multi-Purpose Center.

No meals will be served July 3.

Free meals are provided for all preschool children to 18 years of age who are attending school.

For more information, please contact the Lewiston Public School Nutrition Office at 795-4106. – Kim Austin, food service director.

Dear Sun Spots: Auburn will be offering a summer meals program. Sites are East Auburn School, Sherwood Heights School, Park Avenue School and Pettengill Park. If you are interested in participating in the program, you must sign up through the school lunch program by calling Paula Rouillard at 333-6658. If you are interested in signing up for summer rec camp, call 333-6601 for more information. – Paula, Auburn.

Dear Sun Spots: Thank you to KML for responding to my last letter regarding your ad in the Sun Journal. I have some good news for you, but no way to reach you again. If you can, call me one more time please at 689-2972. Thank you. – Crystal, Sun Journal.


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