Become a Corporate Sponsor

Corporations and foundations who make a financial contribution can support the Howard County Historical Society in a number of different ways. Sponsorship opportunities are available for our signature events.

Please call 410-480-3250 or email info@hchsmd.org to learn how your gift can help.

Our 2021 Sponsors

Gold Sponsors:

Silver Sponsors:

  • Edith Albrecht
  • Karl Briers
  • Margaret Clark
  • Sherri Collins-Witzke
  • Amy DeGroff
  • Ed Germroth
  • Alice Giles
  • George & Victoria Goeller
  • Allen Greene
  • Henry H. Witzke’s Funeral Home
  • Alan Heck
  • Amanda Hof
  • John Messner
  • Charles Miller
  • Charles Rees
  • Ryan Simmons
  • Michael Ward

Bronze Sponsors:

  • James Adair
  • Nellie Arrington
  • Katherine Arth
  • Mae Beale
  • Carole Bell
  • John & Virginia Bickford
  • Elizabeth Bobo
  • Robert Brotzman
  • Yolanda Bruno
  • Max Buffington
  • Andrew Burkowske
  • Frederick Campbell
  • Roger Caplan
  • Burnet Chalmers
  • Martha Clark
  • Roger Clinch
  • Joseph L. Colbourn, Jr.
  • S. Donald Dalfonzo
  • David N. Dustin
  • John Gardiner Evans
  • A. Thomas Fleming
  • Joan Fowler
  • Mary Ann Gardes
  • Robert Glasscock
  • Tom & Sally Goss
  • Hank & Karen Griffith
  • Amy Hahn
  • Rita Hamlet
  • Douglas Isokait
  • Gordon Katz
  • Janet E. & Thomas Kusterer
  • Lois K. Lanier
  • Theodore F. and Veronica Mariani
  • Lisa Markovitz
  • Shirley Matlock
  • Bob & Debbie McCune
  • John McDaniel
  • Dennis McDermott
  • Karen Michaelson
  • Michael Minehart
  • Linda Modzelewski
  • Dessie Moxley
  • Ellen Packard
  • Paul Palladino
  • Donald Powers
  • John R. Queen PH. D.
  • James Robey
  • Eileen Rusnock
  • Joan Eve Shea-Cohen
  • John Slater
  • Michael J. Smith
  • Bruce Taylor, M.D.
  • John Teichmoller
  • George Tolen
  • Paul Tukesbrey
  • Melinda and Carl Utt
  • Brooks Whittaker

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Did You Know?
Savage Mill began operation as a weaving business on the banks of the Little Patuxent River in 1822.
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