Mary, Kevin, Brendan and Sean McNicholas celebrated early. Photo by Mary McNicholas
It might have been icy, snowy, windy and a virtual whiteout, but that didn’t deter Mary and Kevin McNicholas from opening their Cherry Hills Village Home for a St. Patrick’s Day Party that raised funds for the Fine Arts Foundation for which Mary serves as president. The very Irish family had snow removal at the ready from early morning and evening festivities included Irish dancing in a parquet- floored tent.
METRO CLUB decided to postpone what became the Shamrock Shuffle due to the unkind weather from Mother Nature. A decorated private area at Slattery’s Irish Pub was filled with members and guest revelers who didn’t have to be Irish to celebrate. Server Jazzy was full of personality and exceptional in pleasing patrons while tending to drinks and a variety of hearty fun food. Gerri and Bob Sweeney were there, of course and son Patrick dropped by saying he couldn’t miss a party that included his name. Irish door prizes were won by Honorary Consul of Sweden
Don Peterson, a former Metropolitan Club member; Dr. Robert Dragoo of Greenwood Village and Gary Ray, husband of Advisory Council member Gayle Ray. Each winner also received a pair of lottery tickets. Wonder if luck of the Irish prevailed…
Aralilia McNicholas danced the part of the Irish Fairy. Photo by Mary McNicholas
Petite Mieko Nakamura, not Irish, but in the spirit with her leprechaun shirt
Marly Dragoo is surrounded by door prize winners Don Peterson and hubby Dr. Robert Dragoo.
Members Cory Drake (could be English or Irish…) with his mom Lyn (board member) and Sherry Huntsinger. Photos by Scottie Taylor Iverson
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