Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Participation fees, also known as \u201cpay to play,\u201d is coming to Wilton following the Board of Education\u2019s budget cuts. \u2022 U.S. Rep Jim Himes meets with constituents at Trackside Teen Center. \u2022 Local legislators vote \u201cyes\u201d on gun bill. \u2022 Amy Shinohara, a member of the Wilton Presbyterian Church, recalls living through a shooting at her school in 1983. \u2022 State Rep. Brendan Sharkey will be the featured speaker at the Democratic Town Committee annual breakfast. \u2022 Weir Farm responds to sequestration cuts. \u2022 Minks to Sinks brings consignment to the home. \u2022 Judge greenlights Montessori School parking lot expansion; Planning & Zoning Commission will review. \u2022 Failing septic is a health hazard. \u2022 Tick-borne disease study is planned. \u2022 Editorial: it\u2019s fire season. Heed the warnings. \u2022 Letters: Anti-GMO talk is propaganda; basketball team thanks supporters; Woodcock staff thanks egg hunt volunteers; Democrats invite nominees for office; Jumping to conclusions. \u2022 From First Selectman Bill Brennan: The Yankee Gas conundrum. \u2022 A View from Glen Hill: A benefit concert to help fight hunger. \u2022 Guest commentary: Wilton Memorial Day parade committee invites all to join in. \u2022 Parent board marks disability awareness month in schools. \u2022 Police log: Burglary, DUI, down spouts stolen, shoplifting, tires and rims stolen. \u2022 Wilton Warriors are wanted! \u2022 Volunteers answer the cleanup call. \u2022 Trackside Teen Center plans a Kentucky Derby \u2018Spring Fling.\u2019 \u2022 Warrior columnist Donya Sadeghi looks at languages. \u2022 Minecraft, iPads, music, and much more on display at TechExpo 4.0. \u2022 Wilton native Jonathan LaSala scores big in finance contest. \u2022 The Wilton Library celebrates poetry. \u2022 Essay contest seeks to ease stigma of mental illness. \u2022 Wilton Hardware celebrates spring. \u2022 Wilton singers will perform in Southern Connecticut Camerata\u2019s presentation of The Lute and the Lamb. \u2022 DAR will serve Victorian-style tea. \u2022 Wilton Library celebrates its community during National Library Week. \u2022 Wilton High baseball is off to an undefeated start. \u2022 In boys lacrosse, the Warriors rout Danbury 14-1. The girls team holds on to beat Ridgefield. \u2022 Wilton High golf picks up four wins to start the season. \u2022 The Wilton Wahoos men\u2019s swimming team wins the national championship. \u2022 Girls tennis opens the season with three wins. The boys win two of three. \u2022 Wilton softball struggles out of the gate. \u2022 Boys track opens with a victory, while the girls track team wins three. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: Tannahill Weavers perform Saturday night in Westport, Wilton Arts Council opens Focus \u201913 this weekend, The Reel Dad has some films he suggests seeing at the Tribeca Film Festival, Steven Macoy drives the 2013 Mazda MX-5 Miata Club, a perfect springtime car. \u2022 Home Monthly: New Canaan CARES Kitchen and Home Tour preview, local businesses gear up for spring, in-town homes.