Here's an overview of this week's four-hour homeowner radio broadcast
Weekend Wake-Up Hour
Get in the holiday spirit! President and CEO of the Prescott Chamber of Commerce, Sheri Heiney joins us to highlight Arizona's Christmas City - Prescott!
Also in studio Chief Curator of the Sharlot Hall Museum, Mick Woodcock who will be giving us more detail about Frontier Days.
Outdoor Living Hour - Arizona Farm Bureau!
Join us as we chat with the first woman president of the Arizona Farm Bureau, Stephanie Smallhouse! She will be in studio with her husband and two children discussing what it takes to keep a 5th generation, 133 year old ranch!
Homeowner Topic: Open Lines!
The lines, email and text are open for your DIY questions!
Homeowner Topic: Home Improvement In Northern AZ
Rosie to talk home improvement in Northern Arizona!
Live from Jersey Lili Saloon in Prescott, AZ for the annual Christmas Parade and Courthouse Holiday Lighting.
Sheri Heiney, President of the Prescott Chamber Of Commerce, lists the events of the day and holiday events around town.
Romey introduces the future of home ownership. HomeZada.com With HomeZada.com Co-Founder John Bodrozic
Digital record of your home. Mortgage, insurance, taxes, maintenance and more all in one place.
A great way to inventory your entire home!
Mick Woodcock, Chief Curator Of The Sharlot Hall Museum Prescott
Discusses what Christmas was like in the 1800's on the frontier.
Explains the person and the story of Sharlot Hall.
In 1864 Prescott was designated as the capital of the Arizona Territory, replacing the temporary capital at Fort Whipple. The Territorial Capital was moved to Tucson in 1867. Prescott again became the Territorial Capital in 1877, until Phoenix became the capital in 1889.
Jay Harper of Farms Choice has tips on shopping or cutting your own Christmas tree and how to maintain it. Include a tapemeasure to make sure it actually fits your place :)
Introducing the first woman President of The Arizona Farm Bureau Stephanie Smallhouse.
Stephanie and her family are the 5th generation of their 133 year old ranch.
Arizona agriculture is now a 23.3 Billion Dollar industry.
More about the Smallhouse Ranch including the Saguaro cactus farm and cattle.
97% of American Agriculture is done by small farms.
CALLER: Listener has a pine tree turning brown. Pruned the brown spots out but still having a issue. Jay Harper has some suggestions.
Stephanie talks about her experience and how it led to becoming President of the Arizona Farm Bureau.
Arizona has 20 million acres of food production. Lots of ranches producing beef, corn, alfalfa, vegetables and more.
Find out more at Fill Your Plate.org
Jay Harper talks about preserving and keeping your Christmas tree from drying out. Using 7UP or asprin is fine. Just keep your water basin full.
Stephanie talks about the resources The Arizona Farm Bureau has to offer.
Celebrating Arizona's Christmas City, Prescott!
Former owner of the Jersey Lili Saloon Tommy Meredith. Talks about how he helped improve the holiday lighting campaign by fundraising 10 years ago.
Tommy is the Grand Marshall of the Prescott Christmas Parade.
One of our 2018 Home Maintenance Calendar Arizona photos winners Dan from Prescott.
His photo of Watson Lake will be included in the month of December. Discussed how he got the shot and camera used.
Wednesday at Watson Lake is free admission.
John Bodrozic and Romey guide you thru HomeZata.com
There is a free and premium service.
The digital future of homeownership.
New owners of The Jersey Lili Saloon Susan Roberts and her son Josh Makrauer.
Tom Reilly a Remodler out of Prescott talks about his background.
Rosie and Tom discuss the shortages in the construction workforce and getting people involved to consider a career with benefits.
Rosie introduces Guild Quality. Getting real, authentic customer feedback to build a better business.
CALLER: Front door problem. Can't open it at all. Hard time getting someone to come out and look at it. Rosie suggested calling Assurance Builders
More discussion on details of renovation projects: home testing for lead and asbestos. Plus safety on the job.