Catoctin Mountain


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Ca·toc·tin Mountain

 (kə-tŏk′tĭn)
A mountain, 573 m (1,880 ft) high, of northern Maryland extending from the Pennsylvania border south to Virginia and constituting the easternmost section of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Camp David is located near the summit.
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The National Park Service is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) program at Catoctin Mountain Park.
Almost six decades on, Szesze has turned a former Christmas tree farm - tucked away in the Catoctin Mountain ridge of Maryland - into one of the richest nurseries for carnivorous plants in the country.
For three years running, various illnesses and a government shutdown derailed my family's plans to go on a school camping trip to Catoctin Mountain Park.
The cars went down Wisconsin Avenue in Washington at seventy-five [121 km/h] and pulled to a stop in front of Blair House eighty minutes after leaving the Catoctin Mountain cabin.
The set, which portrays the wooded grounds of the Presidential country residence in Catoctin Mountain Park in Maryland, features video screens against its back wall.
G8 leaders will hold their main discussions on Europe's fiscal plight Saturday at Camp David's rustic collection of cabins on the wooded Catoctin Mountain in Maryland, outside Washington.
The company anticipates that by the end of 2011 that Hagerstown's 4G LTE footprints will expand to serve residents who live in the surrounding areas of Hagerstown including south to Myersville, west to Clear Spring, north into Pennsylvania and east to Catoctin Mountain
Tucked away in the picturesque Catoctin Mountain Park in Western Maryland, The League for People with Disabilities has run a summer camp program for over 70 years.
Administrators and researchers from the USDA and its Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service met with growers and extension agents at Catoctin Mountain Orchard in Thurmont, Md.
This past year, government sharpshooters were paid to kill hundreds of deer in the 5,770-acre Catoctin Mountain National Park, surrounding the presidential retreat at Camp David, Md.
Katrina Holland serves a growing congregation in Jefferson, Maryland, which is nestled in the beautiful Catoctin Mountain area between the artsy-urban Frederick, Maryland and the historic Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
Renewable fuels provider New Generation Biofuels Holdings will supply up to 370,000 gallons of renewable biofuel annually to Catoctin Mountain Growers Inc.