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05/21/2018
By Preservation Maryland

Event Photos: Best of Maryland Awards at The Flag House

On Thursday, May 17, 2018, Preservation Maryland hosted its 33rd annual Best of Maryland awards ceremony to a a record crowd at the historic Star-Spangled Banner Flag House in Baltimore City. The event was attended by over 200 preservationists, community leaders, elected officials and fans of Maryland’s heritage. This year’s award winners represented a diverse array of projects and historic resources from across the state – from a restored Opera House to the iconic Domino Sugar sign standing high above the Baltimore skyline.

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For Preservation Month, the College Park Aviation Museum invited Meagan Baco, Director of Communications at Preservation Maryland, to their monthly happy hour to serve as the guest-of-honor  and literally, as the guest bartender.

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The Baltimore Department of General Services (DGS) owns and stewards many historic properties across Charm City and maintains the buildings for the public good. One of those special properties is The Flag House in Baltimore City that will soon undergo preservation assessment and maintenance supported in part by the City of Baltimore.

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Main Street Middletown will use a Heritage Fund grant from Preservation Maryland and the Maryland Historical Trust in support of their efforts to purchase and protect two historic buildings in the Middletown Historic District in Frederick County.

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