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‘Raft for the Cure’ on Clark Fork River


A boatload of white-water enthusiasts navigate a Class III rapid on the Clark Fork River.
 (Jeff Childre / The Spokesman-Review)
A boatload of white-water enthusiasts navigate a Class III rapid on the Clark Fork River. (Jeff Childre / The Spokesman-Review)
CHARITY OUTDOORSROW Adventures will be giving breast cancer research a boost by hosting a one-day benefit raft trip on the Clark Fork River July 31.
 
Proceeds go to the Susan G. Komen breast cancer project in Coeur d’Alene.
 
The event is great for families. Minimum age: 5. Pink will be “in.”
 
Sign up online or call (208) 770-2517. 
 



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