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City Life On The Road To Paying Off Debt

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A Missoula building, home to 13 non-profits, is on the road to paying off its debt. The City of Missoula extended City Life community center's deadline for raising pledges for seven to 10 more days.

It was originally set for tomorrow. City Life center has to raise $750,000 in pledges by the deadline City Life's executive director said its $101,000 away from its goal, and he's still waiting to hear back from four or five companies.

"We just need to get this done, and get this chapter of City Life community center's history behind us, and move forward into this new millennium. We just want to be here a long time serving our community and we are just about there," said Brent Gyuricza, City life's executive director.

For information on how to make a pledge, visit City Life's website.

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