DEAR SUN SPOTS: Can you find the street address for “Good Morning America” for me? I would appreciate that a lot. — No name, Lewiston.

ANSWER: According to ABC News’ website, “Good Morning America” can be reached at: ABC News, 47 West 66th St., New York, NY 10023. You can contact the show directly through its website at

DEAR SUN SPOTS: Are there any banks in the area that have wallet-sized calendars for 2017? — No name, Bethel.

ANSWER: If you have a checking account at a bank you may be able to request a new checkbook register with a 2017 calendar included. Bangor Savings Bank, 118 Congress St. in Rumford has check register calendars available. They can be reached by calling 207-364-8122.

Other common places to find promotional calendars are real estate agencies or car dealerships. They can also be made using Microsoft Office, a similar computer program or website and printed in whichever size you prefer.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: Rebuilding Together Lewiston-Auburn is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to repairing the homes of those who, because of financial hardship, age and/or disability, cannot do the work themselves. RTLA is supported entirely by contributions of time, labor, material and money.

Skilled and unskilled volunteers, along with able-bodied members of the recipient’s family and friends, complete the repairs at no cost to the homeowner. The work is conducted in one weekend in April.

Lewiston-Auburn residents who are having trouble keeping their homes safe and warm and meet the criteria can fill out an application. RTLA usually accepts six to 10 houses to repair. RTLA house applications can be found at Keller Williams,195 Center St. in Auburn. — Todd, Auburn.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: I have been a big fan of Lewiston’s Youth Advisory Council since its beginning. These teens have school, homework, sports, jobs and other activities, yet they make LYAC a priority to give back to our city with positive events while they learn how the city works. Would your readers consider sending them a valentine or a thank-you note? They were thrilled with the valentines and little notes that they received in the past. We need to let them know we appreciate what they do for us in hopes they will return to us after they finish their education. Cards can be sent to LYAC at city hall, 27 Pine St. in Lewiston. — Jeanne Raymond, Lewiston.

ANSWER: With the mission of serving as an “advisory council to the Lewiston City Council in regard to community issues affecting youth” and working “toward goals that empower all of the community’s youth and to undertake service projects that enhance the community,” the Lewiston Youth Advisory Council was established by the Lewiston City Council in 2001. Since then, members have worked closely with municipal staff, state and local officials, and members of the community on various initiatives for the City of Lewiston. You can see some of their work at To contact the Lewiston Youth Advisory Council, call 207-513-000, ext. 3205.

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