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Courtesy Lincoln to raise money for Pets Come First

Courtesy Lincoln of Altoona is bringing Lincoln’s Virtual Driven to Give program to the community in an effort to raise up to $3,750 for Pets Come First.

For every person who joins a virtual tour of a new Lincoln vehicle on Sunday, Lincoln will donate $25 to Pets Come First. The funds will pay for veterinary care for shelter animals prior to adoption.

The event — which will be held in two half-hour sessions at 1 and 5 p.m. — will feature many vehicles from Lincoln’s line.

To date, Lincoln dealerships across the United States have raised more than $11 million for local schools and nonprofits.

To participate in this event, register at https://dtg.events/6QJQY9.

Burlington now open in Park Hills Plaza

Burlington Stores, a national off-price retailer, has opened for business in the Park Hills Plaza, in the former Toys R Us location.

Burlington offers ladies’ apparel, menswear, children’s clothing, family footwear, baby items, accessories, home decor and gifts.

Business hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week.

Burlington Stores Inc., headquartered in New Jersey, had fiscal 2019 net sales of $7.3 billion.

HUNTINGDON

Juniata College recognized with Seal of Prevention

Juniata College has been named a recipient of the Campus Prevention Network Seal of Prevention. Presented by EVERFI and Parchment, the CPN Seal of Prevention is awarded to institutions of higher education that have demonstrated a commitment to digital prevention programs tied to student safety, well-being and inclusion.

Seal recipients have acted to create a safer, more inclusive campus through comprehensive, evidence-based digital prevention education on issues such as sexual assault, alcohol misuse, mental healt, and discrimination.

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