Among five “celebrity” guests for Sunday’s 64th Holy Rosary Sports Night, Toneo Gulley was back in Kenosha for the third time since the former Tremper standout running back graduated high school in 2012.
He recently completed a four-year career (47 games) at the United States Naval Academy in which he carried 66 times for 693 yards and eight touchdowns, caught six passes for 140 yards and one score and returned 13 kickoffs for 271 yards.
Sean Steinbach, 16, first picked up the violin at 4 years old, and by middle school was one of the founding members of the Young Strings, a trio that plays modern genres of music on classical instruments.
You can catch the Young Strings perfoming next from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday (Feb. 18) at Piggly Wiggly, 5201 Washington Ave., Racine.
Retired local educator Carlotta Miller is the artist of the month at Re:Vision Gallery, 4625 Sheridan Road.
Miller, a longtime Bradford High School art teacher and girls’ golf coach, traveled to her home state of North Dakota and brought back visions of her youth in the exhibit “Skyscrapers of the Prairie,” according to Re:Vision owner Marjorie Meyer.