Wilton food pantry receives $3,000 gift

Wilton will be receiving nearly $300,000 more in grants from the state budget, according to statistics provided by the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities.

Wilton will be receiving nearly $300,000 more in grants from the state budget, according to statistics provided by the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities.

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On behalf of the town, the Wilton Board of Selectmen accepted three financial gifts on Monday Aug. 12.

The Stroup Family Fund donated $3,000 for the benefit of the Wilton Food Pantry.

Wilton Meadows Health Care Center donated $850 to the Social Services Senior Center.

Georgetown Lions Club donated $401 to the Parks & Recreation Gift Fund.