WHO: One EC Recovery Project and Community Partners (Emory United Methodist Church, St. John’s Episcopal Church, First Lutheran Church)
WHEN: December 17th & 18th, 2016
WHERE: Main Street Ellicott City – West End Residential District and Business District
WHY: One EC Recovery Project is holding 3 events on Saturday December 17th and Sunday December 18th along with Community Partners: Emory United Methodist Church, First Lutheran Church, and St. John’s Episcopal Church to announce its launch to assist residents affected by and still facing recovery from the July 2016 flooding in Ellicott City.
- Saturday, December 17th, 7:30pm. Public Christmas Concert and Ellicott City recovery fundraiser held by Emory United Methodist Church, 3799 Church Rd, Ellicott City.
- Sunday, December 18th, Private Holiday/End-of-Year celebration for Main Street residents sponsored by St John’s Episcopal Church.
- Sunday, December 18th, 2-4:00pm. Public Christmas Caroling through West End Residential and Main Street Business Districts sponsored by First Lutheran Church and St John’s Episcopal Church.
- More information can be found at @OneECRecoveryProject on Facebook or www.OneECRecoveryProject.org
The One EC Recovery Project is a unique community driven and community based 501(c)3 organization based in Historic Ellicott City, MD. Through a network of local, regional and national disaster relief, community and governmental organizations, One EC Recovery Project is providing phase 2 of the ECStrong recovery through financial assistance, building supplies, goods, services, and labor to assist residents in their rebuilding efforts and long term recovery. Clients use our support to fill gaps that exist within their individual rebuilding and recovery process. Since the One EC Recovery Project's formation, more than 150 cases of necessary residential rebuilding and rehabilitation have been identified, with many homes still in need of extensive work towards recovery. The One EC Recovery Project is currently working with 30-40 families to, not only rebuild their homes, but to also rebuild the Ellicott City community stronger, more prepared and more resilient than ever before.
Whether a Main Street resident, business owner, employee, frequent visitor, or part of the greater Ellicott City area – at the end of the day we are all one people, one community – We are One EC.
For more information, please visit www.OneECRecoveryProject.org.