DEAR SUN SPOTS: Earlier this year a reader responded to an inquiry about a nondenominational church on Danville Corner Road in Auburn that was small and open to new members. I lost the information when I moved this year. You have been helpful in connecting me to an excellent writing group and a reliable, really nice computer guy named Steve. Any help you can offer is appreciated. — Marianne, Mechanic Falls.

ANSWER: From Sun Spots, April 5, 2016: In the paper this morning, I noticed that someone was looking for a nondenominational church. Danville Union Church, located at 1065 Old Danville Road in Auburn, is a very small nondenominational church. There are only 15 to 20 people there on an average Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. While we may be small in number, we are still a very active church with potluck suppers, game nights and a Community Day in June. We are truly a church family, led by Pastor Dodi Knights. We welcome visitors at any time. You would find us a very friendly church. — G. Ryder, Danville Union Church.

DEAR SUNSPOTS: The Woman’s Literary Union of Auburn will be holding its second annual Children’s Halloween Party on Saturday, Oct. 29. The event will include games with prizes, crafts, doughnut bobbing, storytelling, haunted rooms, snacks and drinks. There will also be a costume parade and trick or treating. Two hour sessions are at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Tickets are $8 each or 4 for $28. Children must be accompanied by a paying adult. Ages 0 to 2 are free.

For this fundraising event to be a success we are looking for donations of Halloween decorations to help decorate the large mansion and volunteers to work the day of the event. Please contact Betty Turgeon at (207)240-2838 or go to for reservations. — Betty, Lewiston.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: For the reader looking for a Christmas ornament, she can find some beautiful hand painted Christmas ornaments at the Joyful Hope Gift Shop on Main Street in Lewiston. There are some of the basilica and no two are alike. The phone number is (207) 784-7729. This is a Catholic gift shop and the woman who runs it is very nice and helpful. Joy J., no town.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: You are such a wonderful part of our local paper, you have helped so many of us reach out for what we need. My name is Anita F. Poulin and I am a local artist and art instructor in the Twin Cities. I would be happy to help your reader with her request for someone who might have Christmas ornaments that would depict scenes of the Lewiston/Auburn area. She may call me at: (207) 782-5118 or she may e-mail me at: [email protected] — Anita Poulin, Auburn.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: The Livermore Falls Women’s Club still has table space for rent at the Fall Craft EXTRAvaganza at the Livermore Community Building. A food table has also been added with homemade apple pies, breads, cookies, bars and so much more. The event is Saturday, Oct. 25 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Earn money for the holidays by selling your extra fabric, yarn, scrapbooking or woodworking supplies, patterns, craft books, cookbooks, rick rack, etc. Proceeds fund the many charities that the Women’s Club supports. You can reserve your space by calling Lucille Lavoie at (207)897-5106. — Celia Holmes, LFWC Fundraising Chairperson.

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