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Canoe trip to raise funds for Parkinson's

A Fargo woman is canoeing in Canada's Quetico Park to raise awareness and funds for Parkinson's disease. Denise Morris founded Paddling for Parkinson's to raise money for the Parkinson's Disease Foundation, a national nonprofit, and HeartSprings,...

A Fargo woman is canoeing in Canada's Quetico Park to raise awareness and funds for Parkinson's disease.

Denise Morris founded Paddling for Parkinson's to raise money for the Parkinson's Disease Foundation, a national nonprofit, and HeartSprings, a Fargo nonprofit that provides services to people with the chronic illness.

Morris will leave Wednesday for the five-night trip. She was diagnosed with Parkinson's six years ago.

To contribute, send a check made out to the Parkinson's Disease Foundation or HeartSprings. The funds may be sent to: Paddling for Parkinson's, PO Box 11045, Fargo, ND 58106.

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