Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 First Selectman Bill Brennan takes a look back at the year just past and what is on the agenda for 2014 \u2022 Wilton Library embraces the technological future. Hey, it\u2019s cool to be a geek. \u2022 A Wilton woman looks to help disadvantaged children by becoming a child advocate. \u2022 Like bluegrass? Ricky Skaggs brings his mandolin and his band to St. Matthew\u2019s next Sunday. \u2022 Looking to sharpen your parenting skills? Psychologist Susan Bauerfeld will review a book that helps parents navigate the digital age. \u2022 Wilton seniors are planning a fashion show. That and more in Senior Center News. \u2022 Do you lean to the left? The Democratic Town Committee will elect new members. \u2022 Wilton\u2019s Board of Finance chairman looks at the budget landscape. \u2022 Want to keep an eye on the town and school budgets? The Bulletin gives you the wheres and whens. \u2022 The Board of Education is first out of the budget gate with a plan that would increase spending 5.4%, if approved. It still has a long road to travel. \u2022 Three cool musicians will heat things up at a Hot & Cool Jazz concert at Wilton Library. \u2022 Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County offers support groups for caregivers and those who have lost a spouse. \u2022 Letters: Remembering Tom Nessel, a tribute to \u201cJoe the Barber,\u201d thanks to the Turnover Shop. \u2022 Editorial: Sharing the roads, whatever the weather. \u2022 Next week\u2019s town meetings are many. \u2022 Stephen Hudspeth reflects on what his canine companions have given over the years. \u2022 Joe Brenner relates a story of extraordinary generosity. \u2022 Obituaries: Stephen Buckingham, Thomas Nessel, John Phillips Boyd. \u2022 Police log: A woman drives drunk with a six-year-old in the car, a DUI is issued to a driver who was weaving on Belden Hill Road. \u2022\u00a0 A Ridgefield girl was injured after she crashed into a split rail fence on Route 33. \u2022 Warrior Words columnist Chase Smith has performed in his final Candlelight Concert. \u2022 Wilton Continuing Ed has a new lineup for the new year. \u2022 Wilton police are recognized for their efforts in improving traffic safety. \u2022 Kirsten\u00a0 Boreen and Christopher Liedl are engaged. \u2022 Warrior gymnasts set their sights on a fourth straight title. \u2022 Wilton boys hoopsters win Newtown tournament. \u2022 Sports editor Tim Murphy reviews the best-of moments in Wilton sports for 2013. \u2022 Dan Holland leads the Wilton wrestling team in a five-team meet. \u2022 The Wahoos earn Gold Medal status from USA Swimming. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: Small-scale rooms are a holiday tradition that\u2019s been revived at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, the Darien Arts Center presents young dancers in So We Think We Can Dance, the Reel Dad says \u2018Her\u2019 is a touching tale of true emotion, Dave Mason will perform at the Ridgefield Playhouse on Jan. 9, Steven Macoy\u2019s year-end review continues with the amazing Porsche 911 Carrera.