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Eat’n Park now open

Eat’n Park Restaurants have reopened for dine-in service with new safety measures and social distance guidelines in place as well as adhering to all recommendations and requirements set forth by national and state health officials.

Among the precautions guests will notice at Eat’n Park are new seating configurations, single-use paper menus, plexiglass dividers at registers and social distancing in waiting areas and queues.

DUNCANSVILLE

Slinky Action Zone reopens

Slinky Action Zone reopened Saturday.

The business, at 491 Municipal Drive, offers arcade redemption games, moon bounce, bumper cars, laser storm, soft play, food and more.

For more information, visit slinky

actionzone.net.

DUNCANSVILLE

Clinic earns reaccreditation

Advanced Vein Care of Altoona has earned a three-year reaccreditation from the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission as a certified Vein Center for the treatment and management of superficial venous conditions.

Advanced Vein Care is locally owned and independently operated in Duncansville by board-certified general surgeon and vein surgeon David C. Faber, who provides varicose and spider vein treatment, using radio frequency and laser catheter-based ablation, sclerotherapy, ambulatory microphlebectomy, compression stockings and peripheral venous testing.

Advanced Vein Care is the only IAC-accredited vein clinic between the Pittsburgh and Harrisburg regions.

The Duncansville practice also holds IAC-accreditation in vascular testing, making it the state’s only varicose veins clinic west of Harrisburg to be dually accredited as a vein clinic and in vascular testing.

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