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Bamboo rod, walking stick raffled for Parkinson’s effort

A bamboo fly rod and walking stick case was donated by Sweetgrass Rods of Twin Bridges, Mont., to be raffled by the Parkinson's Resource Center in Spokane.
A bamboo fly rod and walking stick case was donated by Sweetgrass Rods of Twin Bridges, Mont., to be raffled by the Parkinson's Resource Center in Spokane.

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FLY FISHING -- An ellegant bamboo fly rod that fits into a handcrafted walking-stick case with leather work is being raffled in Spokane as a fundraiser for the Parkinson’s Resource Center.

The 3-to-4 weight two-piece rod and walking stick, valued at $2,400, was made by Sweetgrass Rods of Twin Bridges, Mont.

Tickets, $25, are available through April. 30 at (509) 473-2490.

Read the attached document for a detailed explaination of the rod-case from Sweetgrass Rods.




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