The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa


October 6, 2012


CLINTON — Peggi Johnson, 50, of Erie, Ill., sees herself as a very down to earth person with great people skills.

“I’m kind of ‘what you see is what you get.’ I’m very, very easy going,” Peggi said.

Peggi enjoys cooking and spending time outdoors with friends and family. Coming from a big family, Peggi said her parents taught her to treat people how she would like to be treated and to embrace diversity.

Peggi uses this attitude in her work with the public by making connections with people. She has worked for several casinos and riverboats. She has worked with Wild Rose Casino and Resort since January; first as a hostess and then as the player development manager. This week was her first full week as marketing manager with Wild Rose.

Peggi is excited to take on this new role. She plans to continue to foster existing relationships and develop new ones in the community. Of the different casinos Peggi has worked in, the Wild Rose is her favorite.

“I’ve worked with many, many great people and great leaders but I’ve never worked with this many in one location,” she said. She added that she had a great set of staff that she gets to work with.

Peggi also said Wild Rose is a great business in the community and is proud of the work it does for members of the community. She is excited that this month 15 percent of the revenue from the gift shop will be donated to Gilda’s Club.

Peggi hopes to manage her time so she can balance the amount spent in her office and the amount spent on the floor or out of the building with her customers. She loves to visit with guests and tries to be open to suggestions and comments.

“But I am approachable and I think they recognize that,” Peggi said. She hopes people feel comfortable speaking with her too.

Text Only
  • Women on Fire event is Wednesday at Vista Grande CLINTON -- For many years, women in business have been honored in the city of Clinton, but on Wednesday, they have a night all their own. The Women are on Fire event will begin at 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Vista Grande in Clinton and will offer an oppo

    April 19, 2014

  • Paul Miller Scout master keeps Troop 74 going strong CLINTON -- Scout Master Paul Miller loves the outdoors, camping, fishing and scouting. For the past 13 years, Paul, of Clinton, has led this area's only Boy Scout troop for challenged individuals, Troop 74. While a typical troop allows boys ages 11

    April 19, 2014 1 Photo

  • World Book Night A big love for books CLINTON -- Sharing a love for books is something members of the Clinton Public Library have always promoted and embraced. On Wednesday, they will join the rest of the world in spreading that love throughout communities. World Book Night, which conve

    April 18, 2014 1 Photo

  • 4-17-14 Trees forever photo 2 Let it grow (with Video)

    CLINTON - A new generation of trees will be planted by a young generation of Irish. Wednesday during class, Lisa Golden's Prince of Peace Prep third-graders continued their year-long biology education with the help of Clinton's Trees Forever organiza

    April 17, 2014 2 Photos

  • Communities prep for hunts CLINTON -- Easter weekend is nearly here and two local organizations are calling all children for the hunting event of the year -- Easter egg hunting that is. Both Camanche and Fulton, Ill., will host Easter egg hunts Saturday, each at different time

    April 17, 2014

  • Women's Expo set for Tuesday at Wild Rose CLINTON -- It is time again to gather the girlfriends and head out to the Ultimate Spring Women's Expo at the Wild Rose Event Center in Clinton. The third annual expo from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, hosted by the Clinton Herald, offers an opportuni

    April 14, 2014

  • Fulton housing loan Program to assist Fulton resident FULTON, Ill. -- Brian Hollenback and Beth Payne delivered good news last week, traveling to seven cities, three counties and two states, ending their journey in Fulton. Hollenback, who is the Northwestern Illinois Housing Coalition president, and its

    April 14, 2014 1 Photo

  • Stutting Camanche native tapped to head North Scott schools CLINTON -- A Camanche native will return to his roots this June, after being selected as the new superintendent for the North Scott Community School District. Joe Stutting, a 1987 graduate of Camanche High School, has been away from his hometown for

    April 12, 2014 1 Photo

  • preview-1.jpg Luau raises funds to support programming

    CLINTON -- Hundreds of supporters and volunteers gathered Friday night to endorse a lifesaving organization in the Gateway area. The 10th annual Gateway Area Red Cross Luau kicked off the night at the Tuscany Event Center at Rastrelli's with a buffet

    April 12, 2014 1 Photo

  • Anderson Meet Your Neighbor: Gardening serves multiple purposes

    CLINTON -- For Kathy Anderson, gardening is something she has always enjoyed. "For as long as I remember, I have been obsessed with being outside," Kathy said. "My mother never had to ask twice for me to go outside and play." At 5 and 6 years old, Ka

    April 12, 2014 1 Photo

Clinton Herald Photos

Browse, buy and submit pictures with our photo site.