ANSWER: Woodlands Senior Living of Lewiston, LLC has an official mailing address of 141 West River Road, Suite 300, Waterville, Maine 04901. Jill Sirois, director of professional services for the organization, can be reached at 207-872-8992. In a press release, Woodlands stated: “The specialized care facility, now under construction at 45 Mollison Way in Lewiston, will serve people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, other dementias, and related memory impairments. It is the first purpose-built, ground-up memory care memory care facility in the Lewiston-Auburn and is designed to meet the growing demand for memory care services in Central Maine.” For more information, visit

HI SUN SPOTS: Is there any other company that bundles phone, TV, and internet besides TWC? — No Name in Waterford.

ANSWER: Yes, but maybe not in your area. You would need to call and give the location of the residence. One such company is DIRECTV. Call 1-800-641-9974 or visit Fairpoint offers bundles, too; call 1-866-984-2001.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: I was in Maine in June when you had the article on the disappearing train in Sun Spots. In that column you asked for photos of unusual mail boxes. I have a photo of a very unusual one. How can I send it to you? Thanks, Marge.

ANSWER: The article about unusual mailboxes has already published so the Sun Journal is not seeking more photos of unusual mailboxes at this time. Thank you for thinking of us.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: Greene Historical Society is hosting an evening of “Allen Pond Memories.” If you live on Allen Pond, have lived on Allen Pond or just want to know the history of Allen Pond, attend this event at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, at Greene Historical Society, 98 Main Street. If you have pictures you would like to share or other items of interest for this meeting, please contact Sally Ann Hebert at [email protected] or 207-946-1074. At 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 27, there will be a meeting on Sabattus Lake. Pass the word along and come to learn the history of these two bodies of water in Greene.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: There will be a community plant sale in Bethel on Saturday, Aug. 1, at Nabos, 2 Mechanic Street, a gift shop which is helping support the Hearing Project. The project was started to help people connect and communicate with family and in their community. The proceeds of the sale will help the West Parish Congregational Church upgrade their sound system allowing the fellowship better hearing and communication. We are asking for donations of perennial plants and asking people to come and buy plants to support our cause. — Karen Paul, 207-836-2266.

READERS: Sun Spots has received a response to the query for nonprofits that will pick up leftover garage sale items. Hebron Historical Society is holding a yard sale, tentatively on Saturday, Aug. 22. Call 207-966-2177.

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