In this week's Bulletin

In this week’s Wilton Bulletin for July 10, 2014:

Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• Temple B’nai Chaim welcomes Rabbi Rachel Bearman.

• Novelist Stephanie Evanovich will visit Wilton Library.

• Photos from Wilton’s 2014 July 4th celebration.

• Town and Yankee Gas reach surprise agreement for expansion.

• Merwin Meadows:  Do you know your lifeguards?

• Wilton Library offers adult reading program.

• Boy Scout Troop 125 held the Eagle Court of Honor for Tyler Christensen and Endy Perry.

• Swimmer’s itch annoying, harmless.

• Editorial: What would you do?

• Letters: Volunteer needed for development committee, Vacancy within the RTC.

• News Notes: A number of sales, Ninth-safest state.

• From the Campaign Trail: Lavielle and Boucher co-host a “Coffee with Your Legislators” event at Orem’s, McKinney talks with HAN Radio, Debicella discusses higher education affordability.

• The shocking truth about electrical injuries.

• Obituaries: Frederick M. Iannotti, Emma Navady Koleszar, Sharon Ann Virgulak, Robert W. Hevner, John Dodd ‘Jack’ Lethbridge, Virginia Lee Scofield.

• Police Log: Door-to-door permit, Criminal mischief, Pot possession, Harassment.

• Norwalk Hospital hosts blood drive.

• Free COPD workshop, July 14.

• Historical society will celebrate garden restored to 1740 state at July 17 party.

• Hope Church’s Kidz Camp starts July 14.

• Wiltonian’s show makes Manhattan debut.

• Kiwanis car show is Friday.

• Lafayette College honors George “Ted” Riegel.

• Cait Callahan graduates form The Hotchkiss School.

• Quadruplets graduate from Wilton High School.

• Board of Education cancels its summer meetings.

• Wilton High School Q3 High Honor Roll.

• Wilton High School Q3 Honor Roll.

• Connecticut has a higher cost of living than Alaska.

• Learn French with Cinderella.

• Outdoor Sports Center hosts its annual tent sale on Saturday, June 12.

• Wave Hill featured in NBC.

• Briefly Legal: Time to declare bankruptcy?

• Republicans win annual softball match.

• Grange Fair planned for Aug. 24.

• Farm to Fork so far a success.

• What makes Lyme tick?

• Foley hit with complaint.

• Photos from the Nod Hill July 4 parade.

• Murph’s Turf: For Bridgeport teams, FCIAC is a lost cause.

• Wilton Little League Baseball 12-under all-stars exit tourney.

• Wilton High School girls lacrosse team members Makenna Pearsall and Casey Tucker received US Lacrosse High School All-American recognition.

• Dr. Jay Kleeman uses his own experience to gear up for CT Challenge.

• Ryan Tucker spent time with New York Yankee Derek Jeter in the Yankees clubhouse last month.

• Wilton Little League Baseball 10-unders advance to district elimination round.

• Wilton to host I-84 summer league all-star games this Saturday.

• Arts & Leisure: Lots of sidewalk sales this weekend, Best-selling e-book author Jonathan Stone still lives in New Canaan, David Diao: Front to Back is opening Sunday at Ridgefield's Aldrich Museum, The Reel Dad Mark Schumann gives his top rating to the new documentary about Roger Ebert, Steven Macoy says the redesigned Mitsubishi Outlander is still fun to drive.