DEAR SUN SPOTS: We’re desperately seeking Lewiston High School Class of 1968 classmates: Joanne Dion Baribault, Linda Doyon Higgins, Jackie Ducharme Rioux, Helen Dussault Torti, Janice Dutil Godin, Aurise Fortin Hughes, Linda Fournier Derosier, Gerard Gagne, Doris Gagne Tennesson, Linda Gastonguay, Pauline Giguere, Suzanne Giroux, Donald Grenier, Pat Grenier Gaworski and Pauline Grondin Coverdale. Please e-mail information to:[email protected] or call 207-783-3707.

— Diane, no town

DEAR SUN SPOTS: The National Federation of the Blind of Maine is sponsoring a Bowl-A-Thon from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 20, at Sparetime Recreation, 24 Mollison Way, Lewiston.

We are raising money to send Maine NFB members to the NFB National Convention in Florida. The cost is $30 per person for the two games and includes shoe rental. R.S.V.P. to Faith Armstrong at 207-330-4780 or to Leanne Nelson at 207-713-8683.

The Braille Monitor is also asking Maine NFB members and their families to gather recipes to be submitted to the Monitor. Selections can be e-mailed to Leon Proctor Jr., president of NFB-ME at [email protected]

— Faith, no town

DEAR SUN SPOTS: We are seeking donations of fabric and craft supplies for our annual Fabric and Craft Supply Fair at High Street Congregational Church on April 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Donations of fabric, yarn and craft supplies may be dropped off on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Eight-foot tables are available to rent for $20 each for selling your craft supplies. For more information, call 207-784-1306 or email [email protected]

— Rose, Auburn

ANSWER: This is a great time of year to clean out your craft room and add to the donations or to sell your supplies. The church is at 106 Pleasant St. in Auburn.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: I would like the address for Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

— Karen, no town

ANSWER: You can write to Trey and Matt, the creators of South Park, in care of William Morris Endeavor Entertainment Talent and Literary Agency, 9601 Wilshire Blvd., 3rd Floor, Beverly Hills, California 90210-5213.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: Here is an unusual request for you to tackle. Why is the background music so loud on NCIS when I watch the show on Channel 5? The minute the background music starts, it gets so loud that I can barely hear the actors speaking! However, if I change the channel to 13 or see an NCIS marathon on the USA channel, the background music stays muted. It can’t be my television and it can’t be the show itself. Could it be the station? I would be very interested if you could solve this mystery.

— Sheila, no town

ANSWER: Well, this is not my area of expertise at all. Is it only the NCIS show? I don’t know who you have for your cable TV service, but I would start by contacting them and explaining the situation if it’s only that particular show. If the volume of the background music on all the shows you watch is too loud, the problem is with the settings on your TV remote. They can be adjusted but I can’t give you specifics without knowing more details.

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