Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Wilton Democratic Town Committee Chairman John Kalamarides has stepped down after six years. \u2022 Wilton Selectman Ted Hoffstatter, normally playing the role of teacher and nice guy, changes parts to portray a troubled head of a pirate news network in the independent film Asabiyyah: A New Social Cohesion. \u2022 Allison and Greg Jacobsen overcome adversity by helping others. The two own Accessible Home Living. \u2022 The state budget passes, but that doesn\u2019t mean it got the votes of the local representatives. \u2022 Community Nursery School of Wilton celebrates 75 years of educating young children with a party, a proclamation, and an open house. \u2022 The Wilton Answerbook answers more than 400 questions and it is included in this week\u2019s Bulletin. \u2022 PTA gifts and library appointments were part of a light agenda at the Board of Selectman meeting. \u2022 Georgetown Day is coming on June 9. Music, chili, and a silent auction are just a small sample of the offerings. \u2022 Cannon Grange purchases an automatic external defibrillator and announces upcoming events. \u2022 Wilton volunteers are honored. \u2022 The Conservatory of Dance presents is spring recital. \u2022 There is a call for entries for Wilton Library\u2019s Summer Show Art Exhibition. \u2022 Joseph Kriz was sentenced to 30 months in prison for his role in a Fairfield County mortgage scheme. \u2022 Police log: controlled substance, suspended license, no registration, no ID, following too close, car into yard. \u2022 The Wilton Rotary Club donates over $4,000 to an orphanage in Guatemala. \u2022 Pulitzer Prize-winning artist Matt Davies will address the 118th meeting of the Friends of Wilton Library Association on June 9. \u2022 Wilton legislators do not support minimum wage increase that passed in the Connecticut House and Senate. \u2022 A transportation bill provides for branch line upgrades. \u2022 The music booster club at Wilton High School has begun a concert attire recycling program to enable families to save on the cost of formal wear. \u2022 Children\u2019s theater honors students. \u2022 Y recognizes seniors at assembly. \u2022 Trackside offers SAT math prep class. \u2022 Therapist Laura Yarish addresses lymphedema treatment for cancer survivors. \u2022 New series at the Wilton Historical Society looks at crazy quilts. \u2022 Georgetown Farmers\u2019 Market opens June 16. \u2022 Wilton girls lacrosse has advanced to the Class M title game, defeating East Lyme 12-7 in the semifinal. The Warriors will play New Canaan in the championship. \u2022 The boys team shocked Darien, 7-6, to advance to the state semifinals. \u2022 The Wilton Warriors girls tennis team are the state champions, winning Class M title. \u2022 The boys tennis team won the Class L title. \u2022 School records were set as Wilton track and field competed in the State Open at New Britain. \u2022\u00a0 Wilton golf came in 13th at the state tournament. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: Wiremill Academy in Georgetown presents Little Shop of Horrors at the Wilton Playshop, the monumental Coney Night Maze opens at the Neuberger Museum in Purchase, free Classic Night Readings at the Theatre Artists Workshop in Norwalk, the Grand Slambovians close out the Town Crier Caf\u00e9\u2019s run in Pawling, N.Y.