In this week's Bulletin

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


•  Memorial Day parade will ‘honor and remember’ veterans .
• Majesky will headline Memorial Day parade.
Grand marshal landed in Okinawa .
• Get Smart for Wilton 5K race on Sunday.
• Solomon Soutice: Black Revolutionary War soldier of Wilton.
• What’s open and closed on Memorial Day?
• Police promote and enforce safe driving this Memorial Day.
Selectmen reject Sensible Wilton request .
• Wiltonian in running for $200K game design prize.
• From batter masters to servers, pancake breakfast is a culinary challenge.
• Memorial garden and service for Virginia ‘Ginny’ Rico.
Cannondale parent company contributes $25,000 to NRVT .
• Arthur Lipner’s new CD marks 25 years of very musical career.
• Detective gives Internet safety tips for school parents.
• Dawn Langeland named SUNY Oneonta Alumni of Distinction honoree.
Out-of-state motor vehicles account for majority of suspense list items .
• Trout release is an annual tradition.
Medical marijuana program expands .
• Victor Bernabei achieves the rank of Eagle Scout.
• Benefit for lung cancer research at the Hunt Club.
• Wild orphan animals: To rescue or not?
• Electricity prices expected to drop.
• Bob McDowell receives award for Chairing for the Connecticut Alliance of YMCAs.
• Police Log: Pot possession, Found bracelet, No license.
• News Notes: Got bears? Road names.


• Warrior Words: The first of many good-byes.
• Culinary Challenge winners serve meals at Middlebrook.
• Student historians to compete in national competition.
• Senior reflects on high school experience, achievements and future.
• Habitat for Humanity club hosts Hungry for Habitat at Café Ruche.
• Graduating Wiltonian will be honored at the 15th Live! performance of the Ridgefield Enchanted Garden Studio’s School of Dance.
• Student Briefs: Belmont University, Bryant University, Keene State College, University of New Hampshire, Western Connecticut State University, Wilton High School.


Beyond Words raised over $80,000 for Wilton Library .
• Seniors hear about cutlery at AARP meeting on May 28.
The Harlem Globetrotters and their CEO, Wiltonian Kurt Schneider, met Pope Francis at the Vatican.
• STAR stroll raises more than $120,000.
• Wiltonians perform in Western Connecticut Youth Orchestra concert.
• Geppino Cardiello weds Victoria Strautman Farr.


Editorial: Remembrance .
• Letter: Beyond Words was a winner.
• Letter: We are thankful for nurses everywhere.
• Letter: Thank you, Wilton High School PTSA.
• Letter: Open up emergency communications.
• Letter: Person-to-Person Appreciates Generosity.
• Letter: Shame on Wilton voters.
• Talking Transportation: Personalized airfares.


• Kathy Caprino featured on LinkedIn: Success doesn’t go unnoticed.
Georgetown Saloon has new owners .
• Frank Spencer CPA is moving.
• FirstLight HomeCare is now serving Fairfield County communities.


Meredith Nail Stevens .
William Paul Middeleer .
Joyce Greenlee-Haug .
Beatrice Vera Richards .
Florence Iffland Talmadge .


Former Wilton High lacrosse players competing in college .
Wilton High School girls lacrosse team routes Newtown in finale, looks ahead to playoffs .
Wilton High School football team falls short against Warde, 3-2 .
• Wilton High School girls golf team edges Rams for second win.
• Wilton High School baseball team beats Warde, ends losing skid.
Win keeps Wilton High School boys lacrosse team in playoff hunt .
• Wilton High School boys golf team beats Brien McMahon, 171-221.
• Wilton High School girls track team sweeps two at final meet.
• Wilton High School boys tennis team’s double teams suffer first losses.
• Wilton High School girls tennis team nabs fourth seed for tourney.

Arts & Leisure

• Diana Canova of Redding will premiere her play, And I Always Will..., at the Wilton Playshop next weekend.
• Butterflies are going to be big this summer at the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk.
• Springtime, says Conscious Cook Robin Glowa, is when we should all be enjoying freshly picked peas.
• Reel Dad Mark Schumann says 5 Flights Up is worth seeing if you can’t resist Diane Keaton and Morgan Freeman or Williamsburg, Brooklyn, real estate.
• Test driver Steven Macoy enjoys his time with the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, which is going out of production.

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