Bringing you pretty pictures of the Ellicott City Historic District on a (almost) daily basis. This one is from July 2017 as an afternoon thunderstorm rolled into the area.
Photo by @aaicdrones
Editor's note- I've said it before, yes, the floods are horrible, but you cannot look past the beauty of a thunderstorm or rainy day over Ellicott City. The flooding can be controlled with the help of some dedicated officials, tax dollars, and some talented engineers. The impossible, is always possible. Some things don't need to make economic sense when it is a treasure to humanity, as this little town is.
Welcome back Main Street ! Ellicott City!
With the end of the declared emergency, we'll be droning around the Ellicott City Historic District a bit more as time allows. This photo is actually from last year just prior to the EC Clock Commemoration and remembrance day. If you look closely you can see the "Bobcat" that was used to put the 2017 clock in place.
Photo by @aaicdrones
As many of you know our docs recently donated their time and talents to those affected by the flooding in Historic Ellicott City. We decided that the time we spent in the historic district wasn't enough so we are inviting the folks of Ellicott City to come see us in our offices!
Chiropractic isn't all about back pain. Our treatments can assist with stress, headaches, and much, much more.
Through Friday July 6th, we will be offering FREE in office evaluations plus one treatment session for those affected by the flooding in Old Ellicott City. This offer is available via the honor system to all volunteers, residents, business owners and employees of the historic district, because, as always, we've got your back! 😎
To schedule your FREE appointment, please call either of our convenient locations:
For Clarksville please call 410.531.9985
For Ellicott City please call 410.465.0555
Tag your EC friends, neighbors and businesses to let them know!
NOW AVAILABLE! These Nest exclusive #ecstrong necklaces by @mystic_house_jewelry are a beautiful way to support Ellicott City. In silver or gold and adorned with a healing stone, both buying and wearing your necklace will help the community heal. 100% of the proceeds will go to EC Partnership Flood Relief. :
#ecstrong#ecstrong ❤️ #ecstronger#ecstrong2018#ecstrongerthanthestorm
We're gearing up for another great week doing what we do best: putting the fun in functional movement!
If you don't have your appointment set up yet, call first thing in the morning! The early bird gets the best appointment slot. 😎
To see Dr. Wijy Jones (pictured) or Dr. Lam, please call the Clarksville office at 410-531-9985.
To see Dr. Dubin or Dr. Abosh, please call our Ellicott City office at 410-465-0555.
As we've been down in the historic district this week, we've seen a bit of the work that's been done and also how far there is to go. We may not be able to repair the damage to the town, or heal the emotional wounds that our community is carrying, but we can use our training as supplemental support. There are many benefits of chiropractic care. So if you're experiencing stress or strain because of the events of the last few weeks, never fear: We've got your back, Old Ellicott City.
We'll be back at @manorhilltavern on Thursday from 1-4 and Friday from 1-3 with our free chiropractic sessions! This service is available to all volunteers, business owners and residents.
We were so grateful to have a space to set up and treat volunteers yesterday! We'd like to give a major shout out to @manorhilltavern for not only welcoming us in, but for the way that they are caring for the folks in Old EC. They are offering free lunches, charging stations, bathrooms etc. for workers, residents, and business owners...They are truly going above and beyond. Thank you, Manor Hill!
Don't forget: We'll be back today from 1-4 offering free mini sessions to any and all workers, volunteers, residents and business owners. See you soon!
Evening edit of a very quiet morning in town. It’s tough to wake up everyday knowing this scene has been severely damaged and our neighbors are again forced to rebuild their homes, businesses, and lives.
Attention all Historic Ellicott City Volunteers!
We admire the hard work and dedication of all the volunteers who are spending days upon days tirelessly working to restore Old EC. That's why we've decided to say "Thank you" the best way we know how:
For this week only, we will be offering free mini chiropractic sessions to any and all folks who are dedicating their time to the restoration of our favorite historic town. Simply come to Manor Hill Tavern during the times listed below, and sign up for a slot with one of our amazing docs.
Where: Manor Hill Tavern
When: Monday June 11th 1-4pm Tuesday June 12th 1-4pm Thursday June 14th, 1-4pm Friday June 15th 1-3pm
Please tag an EC volunteer, business owner, or resident in this post to help us spread the news!
It’s photos like this that remind you of why Ellicott City is so special and worth saving. Please check out our Facebook page for information and links on how to help!
This was taken on a morning sortie for coffee at @littlefrenchmarket We’re spoiled to have the two best coffee shops around in Ellicott City. The other being @beanhollowcoffee Both of them need your help to recover. Please visit their Go Fund Me pages and help if you can. #ellicottcitystrongerthanever
Please note: Effective June 4 2018 @ 7:30pm the Phoenix Emporium show will now be played at Glory Days Ellicott City. All Phoenix scores have been moved to the Glory Days Ellicott City page on www.showtimetrivia.com. We welcome everyone to join us this Monday at our new home! We also thank Glory Days for taking us in on such short notice they have been so wonderful about this.
It is with heavy heart and soul we have to announce that shows at the Phoenix Emporium will no longer happen on Monday nights. The latest floods have really taken their toll yet again. After all the hard work and efforts put in to rebuilding after the 2016 floods the 2018 floods hit everyone downtown very hard. Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone at the Phoenix Emporium and those also affected by these floods. Please help support those who have lost so much.
Showtime Trivia will be looking for a new location in the Ellicott City area to take over the Monday night shows. Should the Phoenix ever rise from the ashes (or in this case water) we will be most happy to return. Whichever new location we move to we will be doing a fundraiser game right away to help folks in need from these floods.
We cannot thank everyone at the Phoenix enough for the many years of trivia and we cannot wish them enough good thoughts. Should any Phoenix employee need help finding a new location to wok please reach out to me directly and I will do all I can to help you - this you have my word on.
Thank you again Phoenix we will miss you and hope to see you again soon. #ECSTRONG2018
As many of you may know, our store in Ellicott City has been devastatingly hit by the most recent flood waters that washed away much of the town on Main St.
We are so incredibly sadden to see this happen to our store, our neighbors, our community. Despite the destruction we will stand strong by helping to revitalize and rehabilitate in any way we can!
But during these hard times, we could really use your help. If you have shopped with us recently, blogged with us or simply just enjoy following our feed, we urge you to share your love and support❣️by visiting our gofundme page: www.gofundme.com/primitive-beginnings-main-st?sharetype OR just follow the link in our bio✨
And a huge T H A N K Y O U to those who have already donated; we are so incredibly grateful of everyones support. We couldn’t do this with out you🙏🏼