Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:
News
• Truck accident closes Route 7.
• Wilton High School presents Camelot.
• Conflicting voices at Annual Town Meeting.
• Judy Zucker wins Democrats’ ‘Lifetime Achievement Award.’
• Seven-year-old Wiltonian inspires National Pediatric Stroke Awareness Month.
• Little League parent allegedly threatens umpire.
• T.J. Leonard to enter plea May 13.
• Wilton’s Hindu temple remembers victims of Nepalese earthquakes.
• Athletic fields get five AEDs, Nancy Capelle discusses importance of CPR and AEDs.
• Town applies for affordable housing exemption.
• Fresh ideas for annual plant sale.
• Town receives $25,000 sculpture donation.
• Free skin cancer screens.
• Elderly tax relief.
• Dealing with chronic illness, like diabetes.
• Rotary arts and crafts show.
• Trackside will host first-ever Super Smash Bros. tournament.
• Native American program at Woodcock.
• Volunteers help needy homeowners.
• Golf tournament honors Sandy Hook victims.
• Police Log: Failure to appear, Possession of Adderall, DUI, Evading, DUI.
Schools
• Warrior Words: How can you sum up 13 years?
• Sixth graders walk, raise $23K for charities.
• Wilton High School and Cider Mill students have a literary exchange.
• Freshmen support postal food drive.
• PGP 2015: Senior scavenger hunt begins.
• Wiltonian musicians take home many awards.
• Wilton senior named Presidential Scholar.
• Wiltonian participates in research, arts symposium.
• Student Briefs: University of Dayton.
Social
• Grange events: Silent movies, heart health.
• Letterbox hunt embraces history.
• Friends and supporters of Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County attend Boathouse Bash.
• Fleur de Lis dancers practice for the Carnival of Animals performance.
Opinion
• Editorial: A good move.
• Letter: Where are the parents?
• Letter: A Good deed is appreciated.
• Letter: Don’t be afraid to seek help for mental health.
• Letter: Green is good.
• Letter: Book sale a big success.
• The TASC List: Tomorrow’s Wilton.
• A view from Glen Hill: Police Work — Great efforts yield rewards.
Business
• Brain, Child celebrates 15 years of success.
• Students seek donations for cross-country trip.
• Wave Hill Breads will offer samples.
• Clifford Juleson receives Five Star Real Estate Professional Award.
• Bankwell offers document shredding.
Obituaries
• Madison S. Jones, III.
• Alice Levin.
• Walter ‘Bud’ Rodiger.
• Funeral for Eugene Schlesinger.
Sports
• Wilton High School boys lacrosse team rolls over Trinity, 17-3.
• Wilton High School boys golf team’s final score proves decisive in victory over Westhill.
• Wilton High School baseball teams loses to Danbury.
• Makenna Pearsall’s overtime goals send Wilton High School lacrosse team to win over North Shore.
• Wilton High School boys tennis team suffers three losses, but doubles team stays perfect.
• Wilton High School softball team loses to Danbury.
• Two Wilton High School girls basketball team members honored at the Connecticut High School Coaches Association All-State Girls Basketball Banquet.
• Dylan Koziol invited to participate in the USTA Player Development Camp.
• Wilton High School girls tennis second doubles team wins four times in past week.
Arts & Leisure
• The Fairfield County Chorale will join its voices with the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra for a season finale performance of Beethoven’s magnificent Symphony No. 9 with its soaring “Ode to Joy.”
• The Reel Dad celebrates Robert Redford winner of the Chaplin Award from the Film Society at Lincoln Center.
• Test driver Steven Macoy says the 2015 Jaguar XJL Portfolio AWD puts the thrill back in driving.
Home Monthly
• ABC of Wilton Home and Garden Tour.
• Great gifts for Mom (includes stores in Ridgefield, Darien, New Canaan, Milford, Newtown).
• Redding Garden Club/New Pond Farm garden tour.
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