Paws and Tales to be held
MARINETTE — The Paws & Tales reading program at the Stephenson Public Library is available for adults and children who want to build confidence in reading aloud. Readers choose a book and read aloud to a registered therapy dog. Time slots are available on the afternoon of Wednesday. For up-to-date closings and event information, people may search “Stephenson Public Library” on Facebook, visit http://marinettecountylibraries.org under the Marinette page or call 715-732-7570.
Photo club to meet Thursday
MARINETTE — The Marinette and Menominee Area Photo Club will meet in room SC 108 of the NWTC Campus, 1601 University Drive, Thursday at 6 p.m. The meeting, which will be a hands-on workshop, will focus on electronic flash on camera and off camera, understanding how it works and how to use it and will include flash, speedlights, ring lights, available light and how to add light to a subject using these devices. 
Participants should bring their cameras, portable external flash, ring lights and light modifiers to be able to determine that techniques do not change from camera to camera. There will be a photo challenge and all experience levels are welcome to attend, to watch or participate. For more information, persons may call Brian Hartnell at 715-927-0444.
Museum volunteers sought
MARINETTE — The Marinette Heritage Museum on Stephenson Island, which will open May 29, is seeking volunteers to work at the museum and the gift shop. The museum hosts tours for people from all over the world. New volunteers will be paired with more experienced volunteers to facilitate the learning process. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and persons may volunteer at least three hours or more. High school and college students are welcome.
For more information and to volunteer, persons may call Darlene Baetke at 715-732-2545.
Program receives grant
WAUSAUKEE — The Wausaukee Back to School Program received a grant from the Shopko Foundation’s Community Grant program to assist with the purchase of back packs, school supplies and hygiene products for needy students of the Wausaukee School District.