As part of its year-long 150th anniversary celebration, and in keeping with its tradition of giving back to the communities it serves, this spring Westport-based Gault Energy & Stone launched an Acts of Community program to honor the many individuals and groups that have become the backbone of its Fairfield County communities. With the help of Wilton resident and Gault Energy Sales Manager Chris Wood (right) and his family, the company celebrated Independence Day in Wilton by treating 150 children at the fireworks display to glow-in-the-dark patriotic bracelets, an act that is especially meaningful to the company whose founder immigrated to America for religious freedom and ‘an honest day’s pay for an honest day’s work.’ With Mr. Wood are, from left in the front row, his daughter, Meghan Wood, Julia Elmassry and Megan Pozzi. In back are, from left, Caroline Casey, Hana Previte and Phobe Beshlian.