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Whether you're looking to catch up, get a head start on the fall semester or graduate sooner, NTC has a variety of summer course options available that offer students the opportunity to earn credits between the spring and fall semesters. And with options starting in June, July and August, you still have plenty of time to enjoy central Wisconsin’s summer weather.

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United Way Volunteer Opportunities

United WayOpportunities for the Week of May 22, 2017

Are you Big on Breakfast?  On Sunday June 4, help serve the delicious scrambled eggs, pancakes, real maple syrup, cheese curds, and ice cream that the Marathon County June Dairy Breakfast is known for! Volunteers needed from 8am to 1pm at a local dairy farm. Assistance with exhibits or tours may be needed as well. Contact Samantha from the Partnership for Progressive Agriculture at 715-581-7778 or marathonppa@gmail.com.

Visit Hospice Patients. Ministry Home Care Hospice services in Greater Wausau invites you to lend an ear, read aloud, do a puzzle, or play a game with someone who needs it. Training is provided. Contact Susan 715-343-3490 or Susan.Barrett@ahah.net.

Have A Green Thumb? Join Planting Day, at the Thrivent/ Woodson YMCA Community Gardens in Weston, on Tuesday, May 23 from 4-6pm. Individuals and groups are welcome to participate and/or help with ongoing weeding/harvesting during the season. Contact Michelle at 715-845-2177 ext. 160 or mclark@woodsonymca.com.

Help at the Museum!  Colossal Fossils will be located in the Wausau Center Mall and will feature "Ivan" the T-rex in May and June.  Assistance with admission, gift shop, and engaging visitors in exhibits will make the experience fun and meaningful for all!   Contact 715-303-9407 or info@colossalfossils.com.

Boys and Girls Club Spring Fling.  Serve dinner, supervise games, do face-painting or more at Franklin Elementary School on June 2 from 5-7pm. Contact Mao at 715-845-2582 or maot@bgclub.com to sign up to be a volunteer!

In-Kind Donated Items Needed

Razors, Deodorant and Small Packs of Tissue. People in transition come to The Open Door for support and practical help. If you can donate hygiene items, contact Anne at 715-848-4044 or opendoor319@gmail.com.

Make a Child Happy with a Snack! The Women’s Community is seeking after school snack donations of individually packaged snack items such as pudding, goldfish crackers, pretzels, granola bars, and fruit snacks. Contact Jessica at 715-842-5663 or jessica@womenscommunity.org.

Farm/Garden Essentials and Tools.  The rakes, standard brooms, shovels, trowels, and pruners at Stable Hands have seen better days! If you have any to pass along, let Faith know at 715-297-5502 or fgokey@gmail.com.

 

Volunteer Connection and RSVP (Retired & Senior Volunteer Program) are services that United Way uses to match volunteers or in-kind donated items with agencies in need. Visit www.UnitedWayMC.org or dial United Way’s 2-1-1 helpline for more information.