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Prosvita may become a youth centre

It's known more for hosting shags, and having bands like Trooper grace it's stage. But if a new plan goes ahead, the Port Arthur Prosvita could see new life as a youth centre. The Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre went to city council last night, looking for help with the project. They hope to operate the youth facility. It could serve as many as 4000 people, between the ages of 12 and 24. Bernice Dubec (DOO-beck) is the Executive Director of the Friendship Centre. She spoke with host Cathy Alex.

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