Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Volunteers give Woodcock Nature Center a spring cleaning for Earth Day. \u2022 Best-selling author Mary Higgins Clark is coming to speak at Wilton Library. Read about her career and a few stories. \u2022 Wilton Playshop is bringing Enchanted April to the stage and with it comes a new sound system that will greatly enhance the experience for the hearing-impaired. \u2022 A breakdown of Wilton\u2019s top salaries for public employees is examined. \u2022 Wilton Library has a \u2018Gigantic Book Sale.\u2019 \u2022 Former A&E Networks President Nick Davatzes addressed the Kiwanis Club. Read as he tells of George Bush, Nancy Reagan, \u201cPawn Stars\u201d and more. \u2022 Farm shares available. \u2022 A state grant will build Phase II of Wilton Commons. \u2022 The 2003 Wilton Go Green Festival is coming on May 5. \u2022 Editorials: legislative briefing and bicycle safety. \u2022 Letters: health-sustaining legislation; scholars deserve congratulations; Community Nursing School marks 75 years. \u2022 In a View From Glen Hill, Stephen Hudspeth looks at the school budget. \u2022 Foundation Forum reviews a lasting tribute to education. \u2022 Minks to Sinks welcomes donations. \u2022 Outsmarting stress at The Greens. \u2022 The Board of Selectmen and Board of Finance discuss plans for capital projects. \u2022 Obituaries: John T. Wallace, Augustin Petrus, Marion Pearlstone, Edward Maum Sheehy. \u2022 Police log: New car stolen, scrap metal taken, altercation, drug possessions, DUI. \u2022 Route 7 was closed after a head-on crash. \u2022 The Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps added five new members. \u2022 The Drum Hill chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution are holding a tea to benefit the chapter\u2019s scholarship fund. \u2022 Three Wilton High School students will be honored for volunteerism. \u2022 Wilton\u2019s Marcia Spivak takes top prize at the Spectrum exhibition in New Canaan. \u2022 Warrior Words: Mastering the college visit. \u2022 Wilton girls doing the Penguin Plunge for Special Olympics. \u2022 Concert benefits hunger project at St. Matthew\u2019s Church. \u2022 Candlelight Concerts will host Juilliard String Quartet and others during its 66th season. \u2022 Murph\u2019s Turf: the growth of lacrosse. \u2022 Wilton hangs on to beat Fairfield Warde in baseball. \u2022 On the softball diamond, the Warriors found the win column for the first time. \u2022 The Wilton boys lacrosse schedule yields victories as the Warriors beat Westhill and St. Joseph. The girls team won two of three games. \u2022 Wilton boys track runs away to a sweep of a tri-meet. The girls remain unbeaten. \u2022 Boys tennis comes up aces as the Warriors improve to 5-1. Girls tennis remains perfect, sweeping St. Joseph. \u2022 In golf, the boys team beats New Canaan. \u2022 Michael and Travis Longo of Wilton qualify for wrestling national tournament. \u2022 Your Health: Increase in sports injuries among children, the secret to better breathing, the latest on medical alert devices, understanding carpal tunnel syndrome, a new implant for heartburn patients, and getting a good night\u2019s sleep. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: Applications now being accepted for Ridgefield Writers Conference, Neuberger Museum in Purchase reopens after a year of renovations, Spectrum at the Carriage Barn opens, the Reel Dad recommends a visit to the Tribeca Film Festival, Steve Macoy takes the new Dodge Dart for a spin.