Tuesday marked the 8th annual St. Patty’s Day walk organized by the current owners of Stateline Casino. 115 people showed up in green for the tradition.
“We just love doing this,” said co-owner Kate Slight. “It’s something we look forward to doing each year!”
With the 19th Hole closing at the beginning of March, brothers Kurt and Kent Slight and their staff had to find a different starting point for their tradition, and dubbed Peggy Sue’s to be it. There, participants to get in a good meal and a beverage before beginning a day that some may not remember.
Departing there at 10 a.m., they made their way north on Sandhill Boulevard to the Eureka Casino, then to the Virgin River before making another visit to Peggy Sue’s. It was all downhill from there, so to speak, as they made a pit stop again at the Golden West before finishing at Stateline Casino around 12:30 p.m. where another Irish tradition was waiting for them – Corned Beef and Cabbage.
With drink specials, food and plenty of games, the bar and casino were filled for hours.