Well friends and followers here we are in September. Can you believe it? Almost three quarters of the year gone! And what a year it has been. We have all been through challenges and obstacles like we never could have imagined. Our local businesses have been hit hard, some reduced to minimum and some closed completely. As some restrictions are eased, a lot of the local stores and restaurants are open and operating within CDC guidelines so please try to get out and support them. You will see more sidewalk and patio dining options available as our local merchants get creative on how to best serve their clientele who are out and about enjoying beautiful Prescott. Remember to be safe and check out our Community Connection at Theresadesoto.com. for local events and information. If you are from out of town come on out to Prescott, “Everybody’s Hometown” for a visit. Already here, we are glad you came. Thinking about staying? We can help you find your dream home, sell your current home, or both!
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We are making dreams come true . . . one home at a time!
…Born into the world
Of wonderful September
The sapphire skies live on
Throughout this wonderful September
CELEBRATE THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER . . .
All American Breakfast Month
Happy, Healthy Cat Month
National Mortgage Professional Month
Shameless Promotion Month
National Rice Month
National Courtesy Month
I CAN’T WAIT TO CELEBRATE!
1st National No Rhyme or Reason Day
5th National Be Late for Something Day
8th National Ampersand Day
13th National Hug Your Hound Day
16th National Guacamole Day
20th Wife Appreciation Day
30th Ask a Stupid Question Day
THERESA’S TIMELINE TRIVIA
The Great Fire of London is started (1666)
Ten-year-old Barney Flaherty becomes the first Newspaper Carrier. (1833)
The Northern Pacific Railroad across the U.S. was completed. (1883)
New York City becomes the capitol of the United States. I bet you didn’t know that! (1788)
Eight days after being shot, President William McKinley died from wounds suffered during an assassination attempt. Theodore Roosevelt then took over the presidency. (1901)
General Motors was founded by entrepreneur William Crapo “Billy” Durant in Flint, Michigan. (1908)
New Zealand became the first country to grant women the right to vote. (1893)
Monday Night Football first airs on TV. (1970)
The cartoon the Jetsons airs for the first time. (1962)
Congress created the United States Army, consisting of 1,000 enlisted men and officers. (1789)
Andy’s Actually Factual Facts
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Monthly Newsletter • August 1, 2019
by Theresa deSoto
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