When the cast of “Hamilton” recently came to visit our City of Hamilton, news spread and the crowds came by to see the stars downtown. Local12 interviewed CDA’s very own Cindy Dingledein where she shared “how hard we have worked to revitalize our town.” The cast members also shared how the town is “maintained” and how it shows its “integrity.”
Check out the production of “Hamilton” showing at the Aronoff Center Cincinnati.
Mike and Cindy Dingledein’s home was not on the Hamilton house tour this year (but have been on many in the past), so this tag line is perhaps a bit misleading, but thank you Lisa Murtha and Cincinnati Magazine for featuring our home in the Rossville Historic District and some of our Christmas decorations.
Mike Dingledein and several other Butler County leaders were recently inducted into the class of 2018 Civic Leadership Awards, presented by Tehio Credit Union.
Community Design Alliance’s own Taylor Welch was recognized for his work on the new “Taking Flight” mural in a recent Cincinnati Business Courier article. His work can be seen at Hamilton’s Rotary Park on the side of the McDulin parking garage.
Community Design Alliance contributes to a new unique pet store through Hamilton’s CORE Fund program.