Sarah Barclay of Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate recently received the Good Neighbor Award from the Summit Association of Realtors.
According to a statement from Slifer Smith, the award was created to recognize a real estate agent who is actively engaged in community roles and leadership positions throughout the community.
Passionate about fly fishing, Barclay is a past president of Gore Range Anglers – the local chapter of Trout Unlimited – and has been involved in various local conservation efforts, including the initial stages of the restoration of the Swan River. The release said Barclay assisted with the flow work and coordinated the efforts of the volunteers. She also helped create a fly fishing program for the Summit County Chapter of the Snowboard Outreach Society.
Professionally, Barclay is a founding board member of the Slifer Smith & Frampton Foundation, which has donated nearly $ 500,000 to local community organizations and helped engage its community of real estate agents in various volunteer events.
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