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Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit, Prescott, Chino Valley High School Football Wins, Weekend Events – September 14th, 2022

Sep 14, 2022 | My Drive

Hosts Elicia Morigeau and Guy Roginson cover this week’s top local news, events, and updates from all across the Prescott area and beyond. This week they cover Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit, Prescott and Chino Valley High School football wins, weekend events, and more. 

Buckle up and hold on to this episode of MyDrive – Prescott Area Weekly Update. Watch out for those round-a-bouts! LISTEN IN >>>

Here is the update for the week of September 14, 2022:

  • PV Outdoor Summit: Concerts, Volunteering, Event Information
  • Weekly Trivia GIVEAWAY
  • Local High School Sports
  • Thunder Valley Rally
  • Prescott’s 40th Annual Christmas Parade Needs Volunteers
  • Prescott Pow Wow
  • 4th Annual Luau Fundraiser Chino Valley Police Foundation
  • After Dark at the Park
  • Olsen’s Equifest
  • Prescott Valley Police Working to Keep Residents Safe
  • iDEALios of the Week
  • Cast11 Podcast Network Updates
  • NACOG Seeks Public Input on Future Transportation Outreach
  • Arizona’s monsoon season is when rattlers, toads get busy

PV Outdoor Summit

Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit will take place September 16-18, 2022. The multi-day, multi-locale event will be based at the Findlay Toyota Center and surrounding outdoor acreage with satellite locales throughout the immediate region for daily excursions and classes.

More information: prescottvalleyoutdoors.com

Weekly Trivia

What location was the first settled territorial capital of Arizona? Hint: it is local!

To enter visit @Cast11AZ on Facebook or @Cast11_Podcast_Network on Instagram and reply your answer on the recent Trivia photo! First right answer wins a pair of weekend passes to the Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit.

This giveaway is not associated with Facebook or Instagram.

Prescott High School and Chino High School Football

Prescott High School Offense Electric in Weather-Impacted Win over Glendale

The Prescott High School Badgers football team rained down points in a blowout 62-28 win against a talented Glendale Cardinals team over the weekend, despite having to make two trips to the Valley in consecutive days due to inclement weather.

Chino Valley Cougars Use Strong Second Half to Beat Maryvale, Break Losing Streak

The Chino Valley Cougars football team on a hot night in the Valley on Thursday turned up the heat in the second half of their game against the Maryvale Panthers en route to a 33-6 win, breaking a two-game losing streak.

Thunder Valley Rally – Cottonwood

Arizona’s premiere annual bike rally, live rock festival, and so much more.

Prescott’s 40th Annual Christmas Parade Needs Volunteers

The 40th annual Christmas Parade is set for Saturday, December 3, 2022, and the Prescott Chamber needs your help!

The Prescott Chamber of Commerce is seeking “Street Marshals” for this year’s Christmas Parade! “Street Marshals” will be assigned to a block of parade entries and guide them through the parade route by walking alongside them.

Prescott Pow Wow

The Prescott Pow Wow is a Native American event that the public is invited to attend. There will be dancing, vendors, and food with three days of activities!

4th Annual Luau Fundraiser Chino Valley Police Foundation

Come join the Chino Valley Police Foundation for the 4th Annual Luau – Dinner consists of pulled pork sandwich, mac and cheese, coleslaw, baked beans, dessert, and drinks.

After Dark at the Park

After Dark at the Park is the zoo’s newest 21+event. Enjoy Prescott’s cool Fall evening air as you sip and stroll through the park. Live Music, Food Trucks, Games & More.

Olsen’s Equifest

Enjoy tack swaps, horse sales, FREE kids activities, demonstrations, and more.

Prescott Valley Police Working to Keep Residents Safe

With support from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, Police Officers from Prescott Valley, Prescott, and the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office held a multi-agency traffic enforcement detail on August 25, 2022. During the traffic detail, 112 traffic contacts were made.

iDEALios of the Week

Here’s your iDEALios of the week from American Auto Glass: $100 cash back on your auto glass replacement! Offer expires 11.30.2022. Coupon not valid with any other offer. You must provide the coupon upon ordering. Bring in this iDEALio on your phone and tell them iDEALios – Signals A Z sent you! You can view all the current iDEALios at: www.Signals A Z.com/Deals

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Cast11 Podcast Network

Power of the Mind – Granite Mountain Behavioral Healthcare
On this week’s Power of the Mind presented by Granite Mountain Behavioral Healthcare, Gregory Struve and Elicia Morigeau talk about the impact of fatherhood on developing adults and into adulthood. Tune in wherever you listen to podcasts or on SignalsAZ.com

Mountain Gardener – Watters Garden Center
On last week’s Mountain Gardener, Ken Lain lets us know about “Top 10 Mums for Autumn Gardens.” Tune in wherever you listen to podcasts or on SignalsAZ.com. Tune in wherever you listen to podcasts or on SignalsAZ.com.

Talkin’ Central Arizona Sports with Torrence Dunham

In this episode of “Talkin’ Central Arizona Sports” with Torrence “TD” Dunham, TD recaps the wins for the Prescott Badgers, Chino Valley Cougars and Bradshaw Mountain Bears football teams over the weekend. TD also covers ERAU and Yavapai College sports.  Tune in wherever you listen to podcasts or on SignalsAZ.com.

Living a Good Life with Brad Fain

“Living a Good Life” return this week with Skyler Reeves – how does Vivili Hospitality Group select a location in your town for their next restaurant? How does a growing entrepreneur hold on to its employees? What drives the design of a town? Tune in wherever you listen to podcasts or on SignalsAZ.com.

NACOG Seeks Public Input on Future Transportation Outreach

Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG), a planning and services organization serving local governments in Apache, Coconino, Navajo, and Yavapai counties, is asking area residents to offer input through a brief survey on how NACOG can better engage with the public as it develops a new “Public Involvement Plan” to guide public outreach and input gathering for transportation planning.

Arizona’s monsoon season is when rattlers, toads get busy

Toads and rattlesnakes are active now because monsoons determine when they reproduce. Rattlesnakes all give birth in August, Morris said, and the rains tell toads to emerge to breed after months underground. In Arizona, there are 13 species of rattlesnakes; the western diamondback is the most commonly spotted in the Valley.