THURMONT, Md. (AP) — The State Department says journalists will work out of a National Park Service dormitory complex near Camp David when leaders of the Group of Eight leading industrialized nations meet at the presidential retreat near Thurmont May 18-19.

The Frederick News-Post reports that Camp Round Meadow will serve as the media center during the summit. The camp in Catoctin Mountain Park consists of four dormitories, a dining hall and a gymnasium.

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The State Department says U.S. government officials will be headquartered at the National Emergency Training Center in
Emmitsburg during the summit.

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The agency says neither location will be used for overnight lodging.

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