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HEC Awards $50,000 in grants to preservation projects in Ellicott City

ELLICOTT CITY, MD – In response to the devastating July 2016 flood in Ellicott City, Preservation Maryland and Historic Ellicott City, Inc. created and funded the Historic Ellicott City Revitalization Grant Program to support projects in the community. Funding for the grant program was provided by our 2016 Decorator Show House.  Additional funding support came from the generous donors to Preservation Maryland’s Ellicott City Flood Recovery Fund.

$50,000 in grants was awarded to the following recipient: Patapsco Heritage Greenway, Howard County Historical Society, Ellicott City Historic District Partnership,Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks, Howard County Historic Preservation Commission, Howard County Tourism Council, and St. Luke’s A.M.E. Church.  The complete press release and project details can be found on Preservation Maryland’s website:  here.

For more information, please visit: presmd.org/ecgrant

Preservation Maryland is the state’s first and foremost historic preservation non-profit organization
founded in 1931 and dedicated to preserving Maryland’s historic buildings, neighborhoods,
landscapes, and archaeological sites through outreach, funding, and advocacy. More at:
preservationmaryland.org.

Historic Ellicott City, Inc. is a non-profit volunteer organization founded in 1974 after the merging of
Historic Ellicott Mills and the Ellicott City Bicentennial Association. The mission of the organization
is to preserve, educate and restore historic properties, primarily in the Historic District of Ellicott
City. More at: historicec.com.