DEAR SUN SPOTS: I’m inquisitive about Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training. I know there has been a class inside the beyond; however, will there be others? DEAR SUN SPOTS: What is being constructed on North River Road in Auburn between Cross and Bradman streets?
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ANSWER: Readers, can you help out with this query? Another way to find out is to call City Hall whilst you are thinking about a new creation, the use of construction, if an enterprise has closed, etc. The area to touch in Auburn is the office of Economic & Community Development at 333-6601, ext.
ANSWER: The fall 2019 Auburn Adult and Community Education Catalog list this unfastened education on Sept. 25 at Edward Little High School.
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DEAR SUN SPOTS: My husband and I like to walk the Riverwalk from Lewiston to Auburn. I notion that there had been signs, like mile markers, but I haven’t seen them lately. I realize there are distinct paths that may be taken; however, is there a way the route can be marked by way of mile markers? The Riverwalk is properly maintained and quiet. We are grateful for the protection.
— Carol, Lewiston
ANSWER: This is every other query that might speak back by the workplace of Economic & Community Development. I understand there had been symptoms at the path at one time, but they didn’t arise to the weather situations. I don’t recognize if there were mile markers. Your idea is a great one, but and it would be super if folks who are in an area a good way to make it occur heard from you directly. The touch facts for the Lewiston Economic & Community Development workplace is 513-3014 or ljeffers@lewistonmaine.Gov.
DEAR SUN SPOTS: I am a senior citizen, and all of the more recent video games are too tough for me to determine out. I used to have an online game known as Intellivision, which had Locked to Chase, Asteroids, baseball, and other video games. I do now not have or realize how to use a computer. Do you realize if the agency that bought those games might still have some in a warehouse someplace? Please help. You can touch me at 320-1861.
— David, Wilton
ANSWER: These games went to a Mattel console that was popular inside the 1980s and competed with any other home recreation gadget you may be acquainted with known as Atari. Vintage Intellivision video games are bought on eBay, and you could discover a few stores that promote retro games from this period. Another location to try is Game Stop on the Maine Mall. I am attractive to our readers, asking that when you have any of these games you would love to sell, let David know what you’ve got.