HOLDERNESS — On June 11, the Lakes Region Board of Realtors held its annual meeting to select the Realtor of the Year. This honor was bestowed upon Barbara Currier of Pine Shores Real Estate in Holderness. The Lakes Region Board of Realtors is the second largest Realty Board in N.H.
Currrier has been in Real Estate for many years starting as a receptionist in a local real estate office. Later she became a realtor, associate broker and then a broker. She opened Pine Shores Real Estate in 2007 as owner broker.
Currier has been an active member of the Lakes Region Board for many years, currently serving as the treasurer, and is secretary for the disaster relief committee. Over the years she served as board secretary, was on the scholarship committee helping to provide 12 scholarships to area high schools each year, served on the grievance committee, and has worked with the RPAC Committee.
Currier has always been involved in serving her community and its people. She served as a Holderness Selectman for nine years, the Holderness School Board for seven years, and the Holderness Library as Treasurer. Barbara was a member of the Veterans Memorial Committee and is most proud that that committee was an integral part in successfully replacing the old memorial with a new prestigious Veterans Memorial.
Currier currently belongs to the Central NH Chamber of Commerce and previously served on the Squam Lakes Chamber of Commerce Board. She is a director for the Campton Historical Society and belongs to the Holderness Historical Society. For many years Barbara and her husband served the Holderness School District as the Transportation Contractor for both the Holderness Elementary School and the Plymouth Regional High School. They also owned and operated Squam Lakes Automotive prior to her husband's death.
Giving back to the communities she serves has always been Currier's goal. Her early desire for education resulted in an associate's degree in banking and finance. Now she is known for her dedication to lifelong learning and is continually taking classes to better serve her customers and clients. She encourages other realtors to become active and involved in their local realtor boards and communities. She lives up to her nick name, "Busy B" and says that she "believes that in working together, the best can be made better."
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