DEAR SUN SPOTS: The Village Scrappers of Livermore is holding a Quilters’ Yard Sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 17, at 176 Park St. in Livermore Falls. It’s the house on the corner of Routes 17 and 133. Rain date is July 18.

There will be all kinds of fabric and notions along with other craft items. Fabric will be sold for $2 per yard, fat quarters will be 50 cents each or 3 for $1.

If you are a quilter, please stop by and check out our selection. We should have lots of items for your next project. If you need more information, please call 224-7147.  We hope to see you all there.

Thank you, Sun Spots, for all you do for our community. Your column is always my first read in the morning and a source of lots of great information. Keep up the good work. We love you. — Doreen, no town

ANSWER: This event sounds fun and inspiring. I hope all quilters will support the Village Scrappers!

DEAR SUN SPOTS: The Edward Little High School Class of 1970 is having their 50th class reunion on Oct. 10. (Due to COVID-19, we had to postpone the event for a year.)

Reunion Facts: mix and mingle at Jen Lynch’s house, Oct. 9, 7-10 p.m.; Reunion evening at Spring Meadows Golf Course, Oct. 10. 5-10:30 p.m. The evening includes happy hour, a buffet dinner, and music and dancing. Tickets are $50 per person.  Contact Jen Lynch at [email protected] for more information and a digital invitation.—Jen, no town

ANSWER: Let’s help get the word out so there’s a good crowd to celebrate this milestone!

DEAR SUN SPOTS: The Sun Spots column entitled “Searching for Family and Friends” on June 23 was interesting. I’m hoping you can help me with my search for an art folder from 48 years ago. I was at Montello School in seventh grade during the 1972-1973 school year and took an art class with Miss Sherman Kendall.

All of us students had our own art folder with sketches and crayon drawings. From September through June we all had a portfolio of art work we completed and kept in a cabinet drawer. All my classmates took home their art folders, but I didn’t. The folder was in the file drawer the day before the last day of school and the next day it was gone. I was upset by this and to this day I’ve always wondered what happened to that folder. I had oodles of sketches in it that I had worked hard on. Does it still exist? I wonder if Miss Kendall, (who most likely got married and has a different last name) is still in this area.—No name, no town

ANSWER: Our creations, especially those early ones, are precious and I’m sorry your portfolio was lost. It would be a miracle if it still exists, but miracles do happen.

Have you attempted to contact the school district for information on Miss Kendall? In a quick on-line search, I found a female art teacher named Sherman Kendall in the Falmouth-Portland area. It would be wonderful if she reads this, or if any Sun Spots readers know her, please ask her to contact me.

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