SHEBOYGAN,WI (WHBL) - Wisconsin First Lady Tonette Walker was in Sheboygan Friday morning to do just that - walk. Mrs. Walker greeted a group of about 25 people at Deland Park, saying it’s an effort to promote physical fitness and the beauty of Wisconsin. She told the group this is her 34th walk. She said she is continuing a program begun by her husband when he was Milwaukee County Executive. Mrs. Walker then led the group on a two-mile walk to North Point. Mrs. Walker’s arrival was delayed by about 20 minutes over concern about William Polster, of Sheboygan Falls, a gun rights activist who showed up dressed in black wearing a black kilt and carrying an assault weapon strapped to his back and a sidearm. He said he was there to make a statement on gun rights, but he agreed to put the assault weapon in his car and cover his sidearm with his shirt. He said he didn't want the concern about him to cancel the event. And when he did that, Mrs. Walker arrived, he rejoined the group, and the walk began.