Pro Deo Youth Center, a nonprofit for teenagers in Lee’s Summit, said Thursday that it’s facing a severe financial crisis, and as a result, it announced that it will hold a fundraising drive and public forum this weekend.
Pro Deo Youth Center, a nonprofit for teenagers in Lee’s Summit, said Thursday that it’s facing a severe financial crisis, and as a result, it announced that it will hold a fundraising drive and public forum this weekend. Pro Deo Youth Center
Pro Deo Youth Center, a nonprofit for teenagers in Lee’s Summit, said Thursday that it’s facing a severe financial crisis, and as a result, it announced that it will hold a fundraising drive and public forum this weekend. Pro Deo Youth Center

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