EC250 Receives Funding From Howard County Government & Main Street Family

EC250 Receives Funding From Howard County Government & Main Street Family

EC250, Inc. has received significant funding support for their volunteer effort to present a special 250th commemoration year for historic Ellicott City, Maryland. Howard County Executive Dr. Calvin Ball presented members of the organization with a $100,000 check at the historic Thomas Isaac Log Cabin to fund various activities that will be held in conjunction with the town’s 2022 sestercentennial celebration.

In a special announcement during the presentation, Ellen, Michael and Matt Koplow, owners of the ClayGround Studio and Gallery in Ellicott City, stepped forward with an additional $25,000 title sponsorship contribution toward the commemoration effort. In making the announcement the Koplows noted, “The ClayGround is excited to be part of the 250th Anniversary Celebration as we believe it represents the resiliency, commercial growth, and strong sense of community that makes both the ClayGround and Ellicott City such a special place.”

To download a copy of the press release, click HERE.

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