Redmond Business Showcase Charity Golf Tournament set for Aug. 1

The 3rd Annual Redmond Business Showcase Charity Golf Tournament will tee off with a noon shotgun start Aug. 1 at the Bear Creek Country Club.

The 3rd Annual Redmond Business Showcase Charity Golf Tournament will tee off with a noon shotgun start Aug. 1 at the Bear Creek Country Club.

This year’s tournament — which will benefit the Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center — will be formatted as a scramble, and registration will include lunch, driving range, carts, golf, dinner and prizes.

The Redmond Business Showcase is a business networking event for Redmond and the surrounding Eastside communities and is held the first Friday of each month at the Fairwinds Redmond Retirement Center.

Little Bit was founded in 1976 and its mission is to improve the lives, bodies and spirits of children and adults with disabilities through equine-assisted therapies, and to be an inspiration and educational resource to therapeutic riding profession both regionally and nationally.

For registration and sponsorship information, visit http://golfcorpsolutions.com/tournament/RBSgolf.php

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