Clubs & Organizations
Sensible Wilton members Curt Noel and Alex Ruskewich, on right, fill out paperwork while submitting a petition to the Town Clerk's office. On left, Assistant Town Clerk Kathy Cooper.

Residents may voice opinions on Sensible Wilton petition

Residents will have a chance to hear the town’s official opinion on Sensible Wilton’s Miller-Driscoll revote petition on Monday, Feb. 2.

From left, Ben Albee, Julie Kobyra, Josh Reeve, Bridgette Dwyer, Michael Brown, Matt Brody, Ellery Davis, Jared Gladstein, and Jack Ciaccio are all volunteers at Wilton SafeRides. Here, they wait in the Teen Center for calls. (Christopher Burns photo)

Take me home tonight

One year since it first began, SafeRides is hugely successful, drawing 15 high school volunteers each Friday and Saturday night during the school year.

Students and high school volunteers from FCA’s Summer Enrichment Program this past summer took a virtual trip around the world participating in cross-curriculum learning while strengthening their character. (Family and Children's Agency photo)

After-school program wins grant

The Summer Enrichment Program, a component of the After School Program at Family & Children’s Agency, has received a $20,000 grant from Fairfield County’s Community Foundation.

Dr. Hilary S. Berger

Getting back to work

Wilton YMCA will offer two six-week courses with Dr. Hilary S. Berger that address the challenges stay-at-home mothers face when trying to return to the workplace.

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