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Altoona, Pennsylvania, Casino Entrance
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From www.casinoatlakemont.com:

Welcome to The Casino at Lakemont Park, a full service catering facility located in Altoona, PA, in the heart of Blair County and Central Pennsylvania. The Casino's warm, elegant environment has evolved over the years through a rich heritage of theater, dances and social functions. Established circa 1890, The Casino has retained its historic beauty while growing to become the state of the art banquet facility that it is today. The setting overlooking the lake is breathtaking. The banquet rooms are elegantly decorated. Our culinary staff is professionally trained to present the most delicious food around. Our sales and service staffs handle your every need before, during and after your special event.

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