Dear Sun Spots: I am reaching out to the readers of Sun Spots for help.

Community Little Theatre is in the process of doing some research and we need to obtain a copy of a photo of the original clubhouse of the theater. It was located on Sylvan Avenue in Lewiston. CLT purchased the building from the Sons of Italy in 1953 and it became the CLT Club House until 1978.

If anyone has a picture of this building, would you please contact me by e-mail at [email protected] or call at 783-2501? I would be happy to pick up the picture, make a copy, and return it to you as soon as possible. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. — Janet G/CLT 

Dear Sun Spots: Where can I buy a bathrobe to fit me? All I can find is “one size fits all.” I might as well wear a bed sheet. I need a summer and winter one, also. I will drive anywhere to get them. Thank you. — Auburn reader

Answer: J.C. Penny in Auburn offers a variety of men’s bathrobes in “regular” or “big” sizes, but you may have to order what you’d like from the catalog. 

L.L. Bean also offers men’s bathrobes in varying sizes, in the Freeport store or through the catalog. And, if you have an Internet access, there are plenty of online stores that offer sizes from small to Big & Tall for men, available in terry cloth, seersucker, wool and velour.

You might try http://store.mysticclothing.com/mens-sleepwear/bath-robes. This online shop, physically located in Florida, offers 14 different bathrobe styles from size small to 5XL, available in anything from fleece to silk, with a hood and without. They’re a little pricy, but there is an offer for free shipping for orders over $100. If you don’t have a computer, call toll-free at 866-420-3107.

It might also be worth checking Marden’s every once in awhile. They don’t have bathrobes all the time, but it’s worth a look. And, don’t forget second-hand or consignment clothing shops. They can be a gold mine.

Dear Sun Spots:   Please reprint my request that was published a couple of weeks ago. There was no number listed to reach me, so consequently I got no response.

I will repeat the requests: 

1. Someone to restore an old small suitcase; and

2. Someone to repair the foot of a Raggedy-Ann Doll.

Please call 782-6393. — Phyllis Dow, Auburn

Dear Sun Spots: This is in regard to the woman looking for someone who can cut hair with a razor.

There is a very talented girl working at Paradise Salon and Spa, 20 Union St., Auburn. She can be reached at 777-3939.

Her name is Heather she works Tuesday through Saturday. The price of a razor cut is $30. I have looked high and low, near and far to find this little treasure named Heather. Please give her a try. You will not regret it.

It is an hour and a half ride for me and it is worth every penny.

— Female reader in Andover

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