IFB Golf Tournament to Benefit Blind Programs

IFB Solutions will host its Captain’s Choice Golf Tournament on Friday, Sept. 24, at the Grove Park Golf Club, 290 Macon Ave., in Asheville. The even is open to the public and signups are still available.

The tournament will welcome Phil Blackwell, six-time Masters for the Blind U.S. blind golf champion, five- time Champion of American Blind Golf Match-Play Championship and five-time American Blind Golf Stroke Play Champion joining the field to help raise money for IFB’s programs and services.

“Phil is such an inspiring player who can often be found hosting clinics and encouraging others, both sighted and blind, to love the game of golf,” said David Horton, IFB Solutions president and CEO. “We’re so fortunate to have him join this year’s event.”

In addition to playing the legendary Grove Park Golf Course, participants will have the opportunity to test out their putting skills blindfolded in the Putting in the Dark contest and enjoy a pre-event reception at the Highland Brewing Event Center in downtown Asheville.

Golfers can play in the tournament as individuals ($250 per person) or as a foursome team ($850 per team). The format is a four-person scramble with a shotgun start at noon.

For tournament information, visit https://ifbsolutions.org/events1/asheville_golf/.

Free Class to Focus on the Basics of Bookkeeping

Asheville SCORE will lead a free Basics of Bookkeeping online class on Saturday, Sept. 25 from 10 a.m. to noon.

The class, led by instructor Bernie Filipiak will focus on managing a business’ finances.

Students will learn the basics of accounting concepts and reporting. What is a balance sheet, profit and loss statement and statement of changes in cash flow. The course will provide insight into what business owners need to set up an accounting system and how to operate it.

The differences in company income and payroll taxes, as well as owner compensation in profit tax entities will be reviewed. Filipiak will discuss S&C corporations, partnership and proprietorships, and he will review how to register a company with state and federal agencies.

Asheville SCORE, Counselors to America’s Small Business, is part of a national nonprofit association dedicated to entrepreneur education and the formation, growth and success of the nation’s small businesses.

Register at https://asheville.score.org/.

Get Ready for Goat Yoga

Franny’s Farm, 22 Franny’s Farm Road in Leicester will lead two goat yoga classes on Sunday, Sept. 26, at 10:30 a.m. and noon.

Franny’s Farm presents goat yoga in its big brown barn, so classes happen rain or shine.

Morning classes are designed for the beginner, with a focus on breathing, stretching, petting goats and being present.

Morning classes are $25; afternoon classes, $30.

For information, visit https://frannysfarm.com/goat-yoga-asheville/.

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