In this week's Wilton Bulletin

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

• Dr. Jennifer Mitchell is the new principal at Cider Mill School.

• A slew of charity golf tournaments are teed up throughout the area.

• Meet Father Reggie Norman, the new pastor at Our Lady of Fatima.

• Bishop Frank Caggiano is the new leader of the Diocese of Bridgeport.

• There are invasive beetles making their way into Fairfield County, and they don’t sing.

• Faces and fun at Parks and Rec summer camp.

• John Curtis, former Manchester United soccer player, helps teach the game to boys and girls at Everton America in Wilton.

• Editorial: Help stop invasion.

• Letters: Reflecting on high school, Helmets.

• Notes from the Board Table: Miller-Driscoll.

• The TASC List: Summertime reflections.

• Did I Say That?: Retirement might not be so sweet

• Obituaries: Sister Eileen McCarthy, John Blodgett Stebbins, Neil Calvert Nichols, Joan L. Raperto, Diane Marie Parus, Herbert Ford Roome.

• Police log: Criminal trespass, Harassment, Breach of peace, Lost necklace.

• Officials: Be aware of ‘free medical alert’ scams.

• State Attorney General George Jepsen disagrees with water rate increase.

• Danbury Hospital offers basic EMT course.

• Why do we have all of these train crashes?

• State initiates clam and oyster recalls.

• Wilton artists celebrate ‘Summer.’

• Habitat group for youth forming.

• DMV has new training video.

• Yale study: Depression, stress result from lack of diapers.

• Wilton Library robotics team gears up for their first challenge.

• Wilton catering company evolves with ‘thyme.’

• Wilton bank executive is elected home builders group’s president.

• Eric Shapiro wins Dunkin Donuts scholarship.

Arts & Leisure: Artist Bernard Perlin of Ridgefield keeps rolling along at the age of 95, An exhibit of woodcuts will open Saturday at the New Canaan Library, Ridgefield will have two big events this weekend: the Nutmeg Festival and the Keeler Tavern Museum’s Antiques & Treasures Sale, A farm tour in Easton on Saturday, The Reel Dad think Blue Jasmine is the best film so far this year, and Steven Macoy says the 2013 Toyota Prius V Three is a good car for the long haul.