In this week's Bulletin

In this week’s Wilton Bulletin for April 3, 2014:

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

• Fire damages home on Linden Tree Road.

• Late artist’s life was one of ‘beauty.’

• Seniors agree, Comstock needs help.

• Finance board cuts $1 million.

• Board of Education approves school security recommendations.

• Teacher helps children appreciate nature through Weir Farm trips and curriculum.

• Wi-Act sets its sights on feeding 400 hungry children.

• Warrior Words: Making a ‘regular’ decision.

• Warrior Words columnists wanted for next year.

• Tigertones visit Wilton High School.

• Tamron Hall speaks at crisis center luncheon.

• Wilton resident Jim Cooper will perform in the Troupers Light Opera production of The Pirates of Penzance.

• The Wilton Singers will present ‘Hellos & Good-byes’ on May 9-10 at the WEPCO Complex.

• REI Equity offers opportunity for small investors.

• Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Services has opened a Wilton branch.

• Opening of Start Simple Yoga.

• Whole Foods supports Wilton Go Green.

• Spend spring and summer with parks and rec.

• Luis Hernandez received the of Glen Gate Company’s Renaissance Award.

• United Way thanks Dr. Richards.

• Parade invites marchers and donations.

• Wilton dancer Erin Troost took part in the CDA Classical Ballet Competition on March 9 in Middlebury.

• Ben Augenbraun named 2014 Goldwater Scholar.

• Horseshoe Pond garden earns the Federated Garden Club of Connecticut’s “Tribute Award for Landscape Design.”

• Wave Hill Breads will be a part of the Connecticut Leukemia & Lympohoma Society’s Hops & Grapes, Toasts & Tastes program.

• Letters: Please join Saturday’s cleanup effort, Bankrupting Wilton citizens ‘out of necessity,’ Rotary is proud to sponsor police awards, Wilton is ‘Pickleball Central.’

• Notes from the Board Table: Recognizing a vital foundation.

• James B. Whipple American Legion Post 86 will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday, April 8.

• The TASC List: Strategic sizing.

• Editorial: Respect thy neighbor.

• Registration for the Woodcock Nature Center’s annual 5K is open.

• State Department of Energy  and Environmental Protection stocked the Norwalk River on March 19 with 3,770 brook, brown and rainbow trout.

• One hurt in school bus accident.

• Ridgefield Road resident reported tool shed had been “mildly ransacked.”

• Buckingham Ridge Road resident turned herself in on a warrant for disorderly conduct and risk of injury to minor.

• Danbury resident issued a citation for following too closely after driving his vehicle into the back of a car on Danbury Road.

• New Canaan resident issued a citation for reckless driving after falling asleep at the wheel and crashing into a telephone pole.

• Finance board approves Nutmeg Network grant.

• Visiting  Nurse & Hospice offers support for caregivers.

• Kiwanians learn to make fried dough for weekend carnival.

• Annual voter canvass is underway.

• Woodcock celebrates spring with egg-hunting hike.

• Landowners invited to join land trusts’ Wood Forum.

• GE Asset Management employees in the Asian-Pacific American Forum delivered 150 pounds of rice and $600 for the Person to Person emergency food pantry.

• Veterans invited to submit photos.

• Obituaries: Susan Lynne Wolf, Richard Helmig, Muriel Irene Hansen, Elizabeth S. Kobsa.

• Warriors return powerful crew.

• Murph’s Turf: Best-of awards for WHS winter sports season.

• Farreel sets sights on fourth state title.

• WHS has new softball coach: Brian Jacobs.

• Wilton High’s girls tennis team is set to defend state championship.

• Wilton High winter athletes earn all-FCIAC honors.

• Kira Howard of Wilton finished top 10th overall in the girls U-12 division at the recent Francis Piche Invitational ski meet.

• Wahoos left for the YMCA National Short Course Championship.

• The Our Lady of Fatima girls varsity basketball team won the Diocese of Bridgeport championship.

• Warrior Rec Basketball: Team Brown defeated Team Amodei 31-30, Team Brandt won the fifth/sixth grade boys division with a 33-24 win over Team Watson, Team Alonso beat Team Senneff in the finals with a 17-4 win.

• In Arts & Leisure: Ridgefield’s Aldrich Museum is celebrating a half-century this weekend; founded by Larry Aldrich of Ridgefield, it numbers Philip Johnson of New Canaan among its founding trustees. Adorable lemurs are featured in the new IMAX movie at the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk. Noah doesn’t float the Reel Dad’s boat.