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Ellicott Mills Brewery
Flood 2016 Information:
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(List compiled by Floria Volynskaya)
Joseph Anthony Blevins' family - https://www.gofundme.com/2hjaae4
Jessica Watsula's family -- https://www.gofundme.com/2hfa2v8
Jason Barnes - https://www.gofundme.com/2ha83m5w
Cody Goodin - https://www.gofundme.com/2hajhtg
Sabrina Hogan - https://www.gofundme.com/2hhjz7wx
Cindy and Chuck Knowler - https://www.gofundme.com/2hnepf33
Jonny Maravetz - https://www.gofundme.com/2heh4g4
Kelly and Scotty - https://www.gofundme.com/kellyandscotty
Chip Spencer - https://www.gofundme.com/2hv9ngc
Theresa, Jason and Jessica - https://www.gofundme.com/2hzckvqg
A Diva'z Closet Boutique- https://www.youcaring.com/angelina-reviro-brannigan-614937
A Journey from Junk - https://www.gofundme.com/2hr6fg4
Boliwalou - https://www.gofundme.com/2hmz4beh
ClayGround Studio & Gallery,LLC - https://www.gofundme.com/2hp2jgk
Craig Coyne Jewelers - https://www.gofundme.com/craigcoyne
Cunningham Studios - https://www.gofundme.com/2hcxcxbr
Ghost Town Tattoo - https://www.gofundme.com/ghosttownec
Great Panes Art Glass Studio - https://www.gofundme.com/2zzze9ac
HorseSpirit Art Gallery - https://www.gofundme.com/2hsvw3g
Maxines Antiques & Collectables - https://www.gofundme.com/2hdy2n8
Salon Marielle - https://www.gofundme.com/2hvnbsyk
Shoemaker Country - https://www.gofundme.com/2hz5zbpw
Simply Divine Boutique - https://www.gofundme.com/2hpd7uuk
Sweet Elizabeth Jane - https://www.gofundme.com/sweetelizabethjane
Ellicott Mills Brewing Company - https://www.gofundme.com/2hhhex8
Johnny's Bistro on Main - https://www.gofundme.com/2hvtrws
Judge's Bench - https://www.gofundme.com/judgesbench
La Palapa Mexican Grill & Cantina - https://www.gofundme.com/lapalapagrill
Little French Market - https://www.gofundme.com/2hqefbg
Park Ridge Trading Company - https://www.gofundme.com/2icbe50
Portalli's - https://www.gofundme.com/supportportallis
Pure Wine Cafe - https://www.gofundme.com/2htkeac
Tersiguel's French Country Restaurant -https://www.gofundme.com/2hkn2j94
Sweet Cascades Chocolatier - https://www.gofundme.com/2hm8cwws
Tea on the Tiber - https://www.gofundme.com/teaonthetiber
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Ravens Donate $10K To Ellicott City Relief
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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Ravens announced they will be donating $10,000 to help those affected by the floods in Ellicott City last weekend.
Michael Campanaro grew up in Howard County and shared the news of the large donation after explaining how his family was personally affected by the storms and devastating floods.
“It means a lot with the Ravens and the team , this organization supporting the families and victims and our prayers are out for all those people,” said Campanaro.* * *
Manor Hill Tavern and Waverly Real Estate Group
are challenging all Howard County businesses, associates, supplier partners,
and friends to join us in raising funds for the
Ellicott City Partnership to assist those
that were adversely affected by the recent flood.
On August 27th from Noon-4pm
We are sponsoring a Beer Festival at Victoria Gastro Pub
150 Tickets will be sold at $60 each
100% of the proceeds will go to the Ellicott City Partnership
Manor Hill Tavern and Waverly Real Estate Group
will also each match, dollar for dollar, every ticket sold.
This means, at a minimum we will raise $27,000.
WHO WILL JOIN US IN THE MATCH?
Contact Rachael@victoriarestaurantgroup.com for more information about becoming a sponsor
General Admission Tickets for the Event on sale NOW!
Ticket price includes Commemorative Glass,
Beer Tastings & Passed Heavy Hors D’oeuvres
More details to come on participating Breweries
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Fundraiser for Ellicott City
Saturday, August 27 at 5 PM
Dimitri's International Grille 2205 Frederick Rd, Catonsville, Maryland 21228
The Dimitri's family is very saddened to hear of the devestation of our neighbors in Ellicott City. In support of other local businesses and the community we will be holding the following events during the month of August:
Prizes, 50/50 Raffle (awarded foundations to be named soon!), Guest Bartenders, Happy Hour all night, Live Music!
Leading up to the fundraiser, Dimitri's will also be offering:
Walk in interviews:
August 3rd and 4th
August 10th and 11th
from 11 AM - 2 PM for any displaced individuals looking for employment.
If county officials need space to hold meetings, please contact Tom Wethern at (410) 747-1927. We look forward to raising money for all of those affected by these unfortunate events. Dimitri's Family and Staff
The Heavy Seas Tap Room will donate 50% of revenue made this weekend (noon to 10 pm on Saturday, Aug 6 & 11 am to 5 pm on Sunday, August 7) to the Ellicott City Partnership. Click here for more details.
The Howard County Arts Council is establishing Re-create: Ellicott City Artist Relief Fund to aid to the many artists with studios and galleries in Ellicott City who suffered substantial losses of artwork and studio space. They will be extending their current exhibit, Paint It! Ellicott City 2016, until the end of September with a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this work donated to the fund. Several Paint It! artists have already generously agreed to donate 100% of their sales to help the relief effort. The Arts Council is also accepting individual donations to Re-create.
Owners of Nacho Mama's and Mama's on the Half Shell in Baltimore say they will donate 20% of their sales this week to help the victims.
Neighboring Sykesville is ready when the call for volunteers does arise. Check out their Facebook event to see what they're planning as things unfold.
Sonoma's Bar & Grill in Columbia will donate 20% of its sales on Friday, Aug 5 from 7 pm to last call to Ellicott City's relief fund.
Flying Dog Brewery in Frederick will donate proceeds from beer sales in its tasting room to the Ellicott City Partnership throughout the weekend.
Two Noodles & Company locations in Columbia will donate a portion of their weekend sales to the Ellicott City Partnership. On Saturday and Sunday the restaurants at Columbia Crossing (6191 Old Dobbin Lane) and inside the Mall in Columbia's food court will donate 25& of sales to the organization.
On Sunday, Aug 7 from 4 - 8 pm,the White Oak Tavern in Ellicott City will donate a portion of the proceeds from Flying Dog Beer and food sales to the Ellicott City Partnership.
A La Mode Boutique is selling "Hope" and "Believe" bracelets for the Ellicott City recovery efforts. 10% of all bracelet sales will go to the Ellicott City Partnership and the rest will go to help them rebuild their Main Street shop.
On Aug 8, Daniel's Restaurant and Open Air Bar in Elkridge will match 100% if its burger sales with donations to Ellicott City relief.
Twist and Turn Tavern in Fulton will be taking donations on Aug 19 during a live classic rock show by Out of Order.
On Aug 27, Victoria Gastro Pub is holding the #ECStrong Beer Challenge Festival from noon to 4 pm to benefit the Ellicott City Partnership. 150 tickets are available and Manor Hill Tavern and Land Design & Development will also match, dollar for dollar, each ticket sold. 100% of the proceeds will go to the Ellicott City Partnership. Attendees will receive a commemorative glass, beer tastings and passed heavy hor d'oeuvres.
Dimitri's International Grill, "The Dig" is holding a fundraiser on Saturday, Aug 27 with prizes, 50/50 raffle, guest bartenders, happy hour all night and live music!
AsanaRoots is hosting a donation based yoga class on Saturday, Aug 6 to benefit Old Ellicott City
EVLUTN Apparel is a Howard County based clothing company. They are lending a hand by creating custom tee shirts that pay homage to the history of Ellicott City. All proceeds from the online sales will help community members in need.
Through August 14, Olney Roots Market will donate $2 from every Manor Hill 6 pack of beer sold to the Ellicott City Partnership.
The National Center for Citizen Safety is donating $10 from every 5K registration (starting August 5). Make sure to put "ECSTRONG" in the comment section of the registration form.
Dock Street is hosting a fundraiser to benefit Ellicott Mills Brewing Company with guest bartenders Timmy Kenzki (from Ellicott Mills) and Annapolis' own JB Jaeger. This event will raise money to provide relief for the EMBC staff who are indefinitely out of work as the damage to Ellicott Mills Brewing Company is repaired.
An Etsy shop has created an Ellicott City "Hope is Higher Than Water" sticker and profits will go toward the relief fund. Find it here.
Etsy store 'An Adventure Awaits' is selling a custom greeting card made for Ellicott City and is donating 100% of the proceeds from card sales to the small businesses affected by the flood damage.
The Catonsville Chamber of Commerce will be seeking donations for Ellicott City's flood relief efforts during their next four Frederick Road Friday concerts, the Arts & Crafts Festival on September 11 and the Chamber's Crab Feast on September 30. The Chamber has also partnered with EmboidMe Catonsville to produce a t-shirt, these shirts will be given to each person who makes a donation of $10 to the fundraising effort.
80% of the proceeds from sales of this Ellicott City art print will go to the Ellicott City Partnership or be donated to the GoFundMe efforts of individual businesses affected by the flooding.
Fish Head Cantina presents A Benefit for Ellicott City, multi band concert on August 7 from 2 - 10pm. All ages show, $10 at the door. All proceeds to go to the Ellicott City Partnership.
MaGerk's Pub is hosting a family friendly happy hour on Tuesday, August 9 from 6 - 9pm to benefit Ellicott City. $10 at the door gets you a light buffet and Flying Dog beer, as well as drink specials (all proceeds go to the Ellicott City Partnership). There will be a 50/50 raffle, raffle prizes and custom swag for sale too.
Car Wash Fundraiser hosted by the teachers at The Young School on Tamar Dr. All proceeds go to the Ellicott City Partnership. August 13 from 9am - 12pm. (Rain date August 14)
1304 Photos is selling select 11x14 prints of the devastation caused by the flash flood for $40, 95% of the sales will be donated to help store owners rebuild their businesses.
The Korean Society of Maryland and Howard County Korean Society has started a fundraiser to support residents, business owners and property owners impacted by the flooding.
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Della Rose's Ellicott City Fundraiser
August 28, 2016 @ 7pm - 2am
Fundraiser · Hosted by Ellicott Mills BRewing Company
10 percent of sales will go towards the cause. Ellicott City was destroyed in the flood. A feelow Curley Alumni Timothy Kendzierski is look to do a fundraiser to help his staff that lost their jobs while they rebuild. Come on out see old friends have a good time. 10 percent of sales will go to the Ellicott Mills BRewing staff fund. We cant thank the della rose family and their staff enough. Facebook
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Support Ellicott City at the YARD
Friday, September 23 at 7:05 PM - 11 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards 333 W Camden St, Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Support those affected by the Ellicott City flood by having fun at the YARD! $5 from every ticket sold for the Orioles game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sept 23 will be split between two funds. One is for downtown Ellicott City residents and businesses thru the Ellicott City Partnership and the other is for residents in the surrounding areas who had damage done to their homes with money going to the Howard County Community Relief Fund.
The game is on Sept 23. All the information is on the attached picture or you can go directly to the link below.
Please invite everyone you know! Buy your tickets today!
Let's Go O's & EC!
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Ascension Counseling Services
in partnership with Church of the Good Shepherd in Catonsville, is offering free, short-term crisis counseling to businesses, employees, and residents who were impacted by the Ellicott City flood. Please contact us at 410-455-0098, ext.3, or by email at Admin@AscensionCounselingServices.com to schedule a group session for your employees/family or individual sessions.
Please spread the word that we're available to help individuals process the trauma, loss, and grief.
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From: Beth Johnson
Message: We are a small screen print & embroidery business located in Elkridge. We have a position open for a shipper/receiver inventory specialist. Is it possible to post this position through your organization?
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From: Amy DeHart
I am a resident of Ellicott City and have lived in Howard County my entire life. Thinking about ways to help the businesses in Old E.C. Please consider helping the shop owners to rent the space at the old Giant Food store to sell their items. It could be a Saturday only thing. Keep them local. I'm sure the support would be overwhelming. Incoming inventory and items not damaged by the flood waters could be sold. Just a thought. Please pass this along. Thanks!
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August 1, 2016 - So sorry for all of the loss in the downtown area...I am not an engineer by any stretch, but I wondered if while you are rebuilding the infrastructure, would it be possible to put in water diversion tunnels under the side walks similar to the Carroll creek project in Downtown Frederick, MD? Someone may have already thought of this, but I just wanted to mention it since the flooding in your downtown area has become a reoccurring problem when there is heavy rain. I'm sure the recovery effort will be long from this event, again, sorry for the loss.
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From: Cassandra Billotti
So sorry for all of the loss in the downtown area...I am not an engineer by any stretch, but I wondered if while you are rebuilding the infrastructure, would it be possible to put in water diversion tunnels under the side walks similar to the Carroll creek project in Downtown Frederick, MD? Someone may have already thought of this, but I just wanted to mention it since the flooding in your downtown area has become a reoccurring problem when there is heavy rain. I'm sure the recovery effort will be long from this event, again, sorry for the loss.
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From: Chris Serio
I am so sorry for any loss you may have incurred due to the flood on 7/30/16. I truly hope that the damage and loss has been minimal. I have shopped in your story many times and look forward to returning again once you re-open. From news videos and postings, there was a tremendous amount of damage to the area. It's unbelievable what the power of water can do. Sending prayers to you and all the shop owners and residents of Main Street Ellicott City. I know it will survive and be stronger than ever! I will be sending in a donation to the ECP to help in the recovery. Hope to see you soon.
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From: Tony Freeman
I am a resident of North Yorkshire, England, but I visit friends at least twice a year, who live close to Turf Valley, on US40. I always love my trips into Ellicott City, usually for lunch, and to walk around your lovely city, looking at all the super colonial architecture. I was shocked when I heard about the dreadful floods on July 30th, and then saw video clips of the disaster. Would you please pass on my support and best wishes for a rapid recovery to the appropriate community members. With the community spirit you will fight back and restore the damage.
18, Grange Road,Dacre Banks, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3 4HA, England.
End of Disaster Relief Messages
March 4: “In Carrie’s Footprints – The Long Walk of Warren Dorsey” by Warren Dorsey and Jack McBride White
April 1: ” Remembering Streetcar No. 9 and Rails to Trails” by Dave Ditman and Maureen Sweeney Smith
May 6: “Overview of Evolution of Howard County Cemeteries” by Fred Dorsey
June 3: “Cool Deliberate Courage – John Eager Howard in the American Revolution” by John Beakes
Aug. 5 “Historical Archaeology at Patapsco Female Institute” by Lee Preston
Sept. 2: “Benjamin Banneker” by Gwen Marabel
Oct. 7: “Patapsco Heritage Greenway” by Mary Catherine Cochran
Nov. 4: “So You Want to Buy An Old House? – What to Look Out for And What’s on The Market Now” by Shelley Wygant
Dec. 2: “The Enchanted Forest – Maryland’s Storybook Park” by Linda Harrison Gardiner, Martha Clark and Janet Kusterer
Bring your own lunch; drinks and treats provided. Tickets are free for HCHS members and $5 for non-members. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Lectures are given noon-1 p.m. followed by an optional tour of the museum.
Bring the family for an evening of specials and sidewalk sales plus late night dining and entertainment in the Ellicott City historic district. Live music featuring the best of local talent 6pm – 8pm in front of the B&O Railroad. Feel free to bring a chair and enjoy.
Colonial Beach, VA
Seasonal offerings including: Asparagus, Tomatoes, Eggplant, Peppers, Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Onions, Cucumbers, Summer Squash, Various Greens, Beets, Lettuce, Radishes, Leeks, Pumpkins, Herbs, Potatoes, Cabbage, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Celery
Renata’s Tasty Bites
We specialize in traditional handmade European cookies, pastries, and cakes. Made with natural ingredients, our products are top quality.
Variety includes: Tomato tarts, cheese rolls, scones, fruit galettes, German plum cake, Linzer cookies, Nutella cookies, vanilla walnut crescents, gluten-free almond crescents, honey walnut
River House Pizza Co., LLC
Ellicott City, MD
River House Pizza Co. works to make the freshest pizzas around! Using high quality flour that is never bleached or bromated, a slow fermentation process that takes two days and a 900 degree wood fired oven gives us the crust we desire. We use seasonal ingredients from local farms to top our pizzas. Giving you the BEST PIZZA EXPERIENCE you will ever enjoy.
Scoop & Paddle Ice Cream Company
All natural, handmade ice cream available in single servings, pints, or sandwiched between handmade cookies. Ice cream available in a variety of classic and seasonal flavors.
Stone House Cakery & Café
Stone House Cakery offers cupcakes-specialty cakes to wedding cakes. Sweet breads made from fresh fruits and farm fresh eggs as well as NY crumb cake. Cookies with old-fashioned flair. Brownies and bars of different varieties. Pies; just the way that Grandma Zentz taught me. And of course, our special ingredient… Love, is placed in all of our products. See you at the market!
Thai Spices, LLC
Ellicott City, MD
Locally homemade Thai products including many varieties of curry, including green, red, and panang, and sauces, ranging from hot to sweet and sour.
Thistle Rock Farm and Nursery
We sell a wide variety of annuals, perennials, herbs, vegetable & fruit plants; Other plant products include hanging baskets, succulents/ cacti and flowering shrubs. We also offer cut flowers.
Offering locally produced whole grain, white, artisan, quick and gourmet breads, as well as muffins and cookies.
Ellicott City, MD
TLV Tree Farm
Variety of spring, summer and fall vegetables, including but not limited to strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, fresh herbs, bedding plants, flowers, honey, pumpkins, jellies, jams, fall squash, Christmas trees, wreaths, roping and much more. Don’t forget the Farm Fresh Pork, Beef, Lamb, Chicken and eggs! All raised in Howard County!
BLTeas, LLC @ Heron’s Meadow Farm
Heron’s Meadow Farm is home to BLTeas, LLC and Mud Pi Studios. We are proud to be Maryland’s first and only producer of tea. In addition, we grow specialty herbs for our teas or for your culinary use. To round out your tea experience, we have handmade stoneware teapots and mugs created by Mud Pi Studios.
Dates: 5/18, 6/8, 7/13, 8/17, 9/7
Elk Run Vineyards
Mt. Airy, MD
This tour takes you inside some of Ellicott City’s haunted locales and gives you the chance to enjoy a drink if you would desire as you listen to tour guides regale you with tales of paranormal activity and spooky occurrences. You must be 21+ to attend the Spirits of Ellicott City Tour.
Our book about the Enchanted Forest, “The Enchanted Forest: Memories of Maryland’s Storybook Park” will be available for sale by the authors, Janet Kusterer and Martha Anne Clark, who will be signing the book on Saturday and Sunday.
There will also be special family activities throughout the day: Fairy tale characters, story times and crafts, and facepainting.
On Saturday, we will host the NINTH ANNUAL ENCHANTED FOREST EMPLOYEES REUNION from 12 noon to 4 PM.
All former Enchanted Forest Employees will be admitted free.
Enjoy the chance to reminisce with other employees about your adventures working at the Enchanted Forest.
Please spread the word to anyone else you think may have worked at the Enchanted Forest.
Thanks! If you are a former employee, please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org Fun for the whole family!
**** To those that may not be aware, after the Enchanted Forest had been closed for years, and before it was all cleared for development, Martha Clark and her farm, artists, businesses, and countless volunteers got together to help the farm save, relocate, and restore many of the remaining structures and figures that were once at the Enchanted Forest in Maryland.
Clark's Farm is just a little ways from the original location of where the Enchanted Forest used to be. ****
Much of what Clark's Elioak Farm has on display is from people that had saved these figures in their own private collections over the years, and then offered them to the farm. They can now be seen and enjoyed once again. As well as enchant a whole new generation of children and those who are just big kids at heart.
Please remember that Clark's Farm is always looking for any other figures and/or structures that may have been saved from the original Enchanted Forest They would love to display even more. Please contact them if you have any as well as photographs they may copy. These photographs not only help record such a wonderful part of Maryland's history, but are also a great reference when the farm would like to recreate a new figure.
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