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Elements: An Artisan Showcase

The City of Cedar Hill is excited to announce it’s partnership with Walk the Light, The Rally, and Indie in the Big D to present “Elements: An Artisan Showcase”in downtown Cedar Hill on Sat. April 11th, 5pm-11pm. Join us for this FREE family friendly event and visit for more details. We do have some vendor booths still available so apply today! Hope to see you there!

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When: Sat., April 11th 5pm-11pm
Where: Downtown Cedar Hill, TX 106 S. Broad Street Cedar Hill, TX 75104
More info to come as I get it!
Alicia Zinn

A Church Supporting the Community

My faith is not something I hide. I am a strong Christian and have had the opportunity of being a part of a church with an incredible desire to not only serve the city of Cedar Hill but also support the community and the local businesses. If you have been in Cedar Hill for any amount of time over the last few years you have probably heard the name Church on the Hill. If you have it is possible that up until December of last year you might have wondered where you would find this church that seems to be a part of everything the city is doing. Well in December after years of meeting on Sunday nights at the amazing First United Methodist Church of Cedar Hill’s Campus and searching for a place to call our their own God saw fit to answer their prayers.

Celebrating with confetti at the announcement that Church on the Hill Finally has A Place Called Home!

In December Church on the Hill Announced that they would be moving to their own facility. They would finally have a Place to call Home! In February they had an official grand opening and ribbon cutting. Since moving they have not stopped doing what they love which is helping support Cedar Hill and the surrounding area. They believe that the building should not go to wait by sitting empty when there isn’t a church service to be had so the have launched The Hill Event Center where everything from Weddings to Business Meetings can be held.

You can have your next big event at The Hill Event Center! For more info visit:

Recently I was able to attend a ladies event held at the church and was able to help support as well as hear about what great things are happening at Bridges Safehouse a local transitional housing program for pregnant homeless girls and women in crisis, and their children. I also found out this last week that The Rally which is Church on the Hill’s Young Adult Group will be helping run the upcoming Elements an artisan showcase in partnership with Walk the Light in April. The Church also partnered with Cedar Hill’s Parks & Rec Dept to put on a huge Easter Egg Hunt Called Miracle Weekend which they will be doing again this year!

Bridges Safehouse at the recent Ladies event hosted by Church on the Hill.
Bridges Safehouse at the recent Ladies event hosted by Church on the Hill.
This years Second Annual  Miracle Weekend Hosted but Church on the Hill and Cedar Hill Parks and Recreation Department will be on April 4th & 5th
This years Second Annual Miracle Weekend Hosted but Church on the Hill and Cedar Hill Parks and Recreation Department will be on April 4th & 5th

I am so excited to see what other great things will be going on here in Cedar Hill.

Have a Great Day!

Alicia Zinn



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Jami McCain is up for reelection on May 9th. Early Voting starts on April 27th. For more information and to show your support visit: Keep an eye out for information on early voting reminders!


Have a great day!

Alicia Zinn


Live In Your Moment

I am not sure if you have seen it yet but if you haven’t you should take a minute to watch this fantastic video the Cedar Hill Police Department put together as a Parody of Matthew McConaughey’s Lincoln commercial. In the video Sargent Larry Wise is featured contemplating his decision to become a police officer.

Be sure to head over to Facebook and like the Cedar Hill Police Department.

Thank you for loving Cedar Hill as much as I do!

Have a great Day!

Alicia Zinn


Side note: I took the featured image during a memorial held on Sept 11th 2013 when the Cedar Hill Police and Fire Departments joined forces to honor their those who were lost during the Sept 11th attacks on the World Trade Centers and the Pentagon in 2001.

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