DEAR SUN SPOTS: The Edward Little High School Class of 1978 will hold its 45-year reunion from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26, at Hilton Garden Auburn Riverwatch. There will be a dinner buffet, cash bar and music by Greg Powers Entertainment. Tickets are $55 per person. All ticket sales must be received by Aug. 5 and no tickets will be sold the evening of the event.

We’re asking readers to help us update our class contact list by providing information for themselves or classmates not on social media. Contact [email protected].

Please help us locate the following classmates: Judith Abbott Webb, Donna Asselin St. Pierre, Curtis Basso, Lori Jo Beaudin Welsh, Penny Bennett Guzman, Pamela Berube, Robert Boucher, Robin Brissette Harrington, Kim A. Brown Edwards, Daniel Burgess, William Carrigan, Dwain Roger Chabot, David Chapman, Sandra Clements Demers, Dana Cloutier, Dale Cormier, Daniel Cote, Maryann Cote, Diane Dechene, Glenis Arlene Delano Lessard, Richard Demers, Gary Denonville, Richard Dube, Craig Dustin.

Also, Joseph Fitzsimmons, Brenda Ford, Ernest Foss, Holly Gilmore, Tex Goulette, Rhonda Greenleaf, Mario Grimard, Therese Guerette, Norman Gurschick, Bruce Haley, Richard Hall, Carla Harnden, Arthur Harris, Arthur Hatch, Robert Hatch, Pamela Herrick Hancock, Lisa Hill, Timothy Howard, Monique Labrecque, Florence Lamare Wood,  David Lausier, Roberta Lemay.

Also, Wendy MacDonald, Cindy Macie, Andrea Morash, Suzan Morin, David Nugent, Richard Perreault, Jeanette Pomerleau, Mark Poulin, Matthew Rand, Lawrence Schilder, Thomas Schofield, Mary Simones  Brennan, Patricia Spencer, John Stevens, Randy Stone, Karen Thorpe, Marc Turcotte, Marc Wahler, Dennis Ward, John Westleigh, Marcia Woodbury and Lawrence Young — Edward Little High School Class of 1978 Reunion Committee, Auburn

DEAR SUN SPOTS: You’ve printed this before but I lost the information. Can you give me the phone number for the SHAREcenter on Lisbon Street in Lewiston? — No name, no town


ANSWER: SHAREcenter is at 1830 Lisbon St. and is open Tuesday and Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m. The a nonprofit organization accepts reusable items and supports Maine’s environment, education and economy. It supports schools, nonprofits, and other community programs during the school year.

SHAREcenter takes donations on the above days/times as well as on the first two Saturdays of the month from 9 a.m. to noon. You do not have to be a member to donate.

The organization is partnering with another nonprofit called Apparel Impact and has a bin for clothes and shoes on site on the Gould Street side of the building and hope to open the G-RE-EN for ME Emporium soon with 100% of the sale proceeds benefitting SHAREcenter.

On the organization’s Facebook page (, you can send a request through Messenger on how to become a member. SHAREcenter offers memberships only to schools, nonprofits and homeschoolers, etc. They do not offer individual memberships.

The page also states that members need to reserve a time on Sign Up Genius before coming in. SHAREcenter is 100% self-funded and members pay only a nominal annual fee. Call 333-6671 or email Director Lisa Rodrigues at [email protected] for what types of donations are needed and any other questions you may have.

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