Monthly Newsletter August 1, 2020

Back to School in Prescott!

August is here! While the new school year begins and the current year is slipping away, don’t let the great whether slip by you. There are always so many great things happening in everyone’s hometown of Prescott! From the beginning of August to the end there are amazing events for your enjoyment. Kicking off August with the 45th annual Prescott Antique Auto Club Show at Watson Lake and the Prescott Gem and Mineral Show in Prescott Valley to the Watson Lake Water Lantern Festival on August 31st, our town is always happening as Prescott still boasts of one of the most desirable places to live.

Labor Day weekend is packed with amazing opportunities and you can get full details of all the great happenings by just visiting for a community connection. And remember you can call me for all your real estate needs. Whether selling your current home or buying your new home…..Or both! I can help with all your real estate needs.

“Fairest of the months!
Ripe summer’s queen
the hey-day of the year
With robes that gleam with sunny sheen
Sweet August doth appear.”
– R. Combe Miller

Thank you August for these reasons to celebrate!

National Crayon Collection Month
Happiness Happens Month
International Peace Month
National Brownies at Brunch Month


2nd National Ice Cream Sandwich Day
4th International Forgiveness Day
6th National Root Beer Float Day
15th National Relaxation Day
28th Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day


August 2, 1876
“Wild Bill” Hickok was shot and killed while playing poker at a saloon in Deadwood, South Dakota

August 4, 1693
4th Champagne is invented by Dom Perignon.

August 7, 1782
The “Order of the Purple Heart” is created by President George Washington

August 10, 1833
The village of Chicago is incorporated.

August 22, 1911
The Mona Lisa is stolen from the Louvre

August 30, 1993
The Late Show with David Letterman premieres on CBS.

** Theresa’s Tid Bits and Trivia **

An American bald eagle once flew all the way to Ireland, and he was so tired that he had to be returned via airplane.
Barry Manilow’s hit, “I Write the Songs”, wasn’t written by him.
Defeated only once in roughly 300 matches, President Abraham Lincoln was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall Of Fame in 1992.
At the 1908 Olympics, the Russians showed up 12 days late because they were using the Julian calendar instead of the Gregorian calendar.
Lasting only 38 minutes, the Anglo-Zanzibar War of 1896 is generally considered to be the shortest war in history.
With a fortune of $336 billion when adjusted for inflation, oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller is the wealthiest person in U.S. history.
Despite their names, Iceland isn’t covered in ice and Greenland isn’t very green.
There are more than 7,000 different Caribbean islands, but only about 2% of them are inhabited.
The Caspian Sea is the largest enclosed inland body of water on Earth.
A single cow can make roughly 200,000 glasses of milk in a lifetime.

Making dreams come true….
one home at a time

Theresa deSoto

(928) 606-8360