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:
• Memorial Day: Wilton is red, white and blue.
Uranium more ‘problematic’ than arsenic in Wilton wells.
Pat Sesto will leave Wilton after 23 years.
Innovation Day: Library event will feature ‘makers’ of all kinds, for all ages.
Assessment reveals at-risk areas for fraud.
• Sons take 99-year-old mother to Paris for Mother’s Day.
• Kiwanis Club elects new officers.
Historic tour: Steeple and people of 18th-Century Wilton.
• Horseshoe Pond improves, but needs support.
• Rotary seeks host families for student.
• Library’s innovation is rewarded.
Relay for Life kicks off Friday.
• Summer camps exercise mind and body.
Drum Hill chapter names DAR Scholar.
Student art exhibition raises money for charity.
Stay at Home is five years old.
• Parking spaces spark debate at Old Danbury Road hearing.
• Finding joy despite cancer.
• Police Log: Breach of peace, Cannon Road accident, Larceny, Danbury Road accident, Lost and found.
• News Notes: Helping sick pets, Benefit golf.
• Warrior Words: A last cadence.
Students awarded for ‘exemplary’ leadership skills.
Sixth graders don togas to celebrate Greco-Roman culture.
• Student Briefs: Boston University, Bucknell University, Colby-Sawyer College.
Woodcock Nature Center honors restaurateurs.
Ambler Farm holds annual Sunset Dinner.
Guitarist Leigh Richardson to entertain at Great Letterboxing History Hunt finale.
Men’s breakfast at Hope Church.
Editorial: A big change.
Letter: Thanks for running!
Letter: The salute.
• Letter: Barn Raising Day was not to be missed.
• Letter: Turnout rule is an insult to democracy.
• Letter: Gregory and Adams supports Young Yankees.
Letter: Taxpayers have a right to complete information.
A View From Glen Hill: And the beat goes on...
• Businesses can qualify as ‘green.’
Prime Tutoring opens storefront.
• Bo Mitchell becomes a Certified Emergency Manager.
Mary Ward Lucci.
Robert S. Bruns III.
Morin’s pitching powers Wilton High School’s baseball team to semifinals.
Darien ousts Wilton High School girls lacrosse team in FCIAC semifinals.
New Canaan edges Wilton High School boys lacrosse team in quarterfinal classic.
• Ludlowe tops Wilton High School girls tennis team in FCIAC semifinals.
• Brown breaks 53-year-old Wilton High School track record to win 400 at FCIACs.
• Wilton golf teams collecting used equipment for First Team Program this weekend.
• Many firsts for Y gymnasts at regional championships.
• Wilton Blue U9 girls soccer team takes first at Scarsdale tournament.
• Wilton U11 Blue boys soccer team takes first at Memorial Day Tournament in Newtown.
• Wilton U11 White boys soccer team wins its division at Scarsdale Memorial Day Tournament.
Arts & Leisure
The Pie Sisters is a new novel written by a former New Canaan resident (Vikki Stone Corliss, her mother still lives in New Canaan) and her writing partner. Good summer vacation atmosphere.
The Reel Dad took a break from films for a week and reviews Broadway’s On the 20th Century.
• The Kia Sedona SX-L is a smooth, quiet people-mover, says test driver Steven Macoy.
100 Things to Do
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