I am sure you are all following the news regarding COVID-19, and its impact on events throughout the country. This morning, our Board of Directors conferred, and reached the difficult decision that our Spring Meeting should be cancelled.
All hotel rooms at Dover Downs have been cancelled. If you do happen to see a charge on your credit card from them please let us know.
A refund of your meeting registration fees will be processed in the next few days.
Please mark your calendars for our Summer Meeting being held July 19-21 in Ocean City, MD!
Rocky Gap Casino and Hotel is now accepting reservations for our group event. Room are $119.00 per night (plus taxes and fees) and available until September 21, 2019 or until the group block sells out, whichever comes first. To make reservations by phone, call (800) 724-0828 and mention that you are with the Mid-Atlantic Propane Gas Association.
Rocky Gap Casino Resort is situated on the banks of Lake Habeeb in the center of Maryland’s Rocky Gap State Park. The AAA Four-Diamond property offers many luxe amenities—including four restaurants, golf course, and a casino—all surrounded by 3,000 acres of unspoiled wilderness.
Cumberland was once Maryland’s second-largest city, supplying iron ore, coal, and timber from its hillsides to other cities during the Industrial Revolution. Though the population is smaller today, Cumberland retains its old-fashioned charm. The picturesque downtown area includes the Washington Street Historic District, where many of these old buildings and homes still stand. Check out the Emmanuel Episcopal Church and the Allegany County Courthouse to see some of Maryland’s best examples of early Gothic Revival architecture.
Throughout the region, Cumberland also thrives on its reputation as the arts hub of Western Maryland. Under the auspices of the Allegheny Arts Council, the town has supported a state-recognized arts district since 2002. Today, visitors to Cumberland can stroll through its many galleries, or even take classes from the working artists who call the town home.