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Tammy Powell of Emerald Coast Realty in Depoe Bay has been named Realtor of the Year by the Lincoln County Board of Realtors (LCBR).

Each year, the Realtor community comes together to award one of its colleagues for their excellence in spirit, business accomplishments, community activity and organization.

Powell has served on the LCBR Board of Directors for many years, and as chairperson on the Community Outreach Committee. She has served on the Professional Standards Committee and as an ombudsman.

Powell currently heads the LCBR Membership Committee and is serving as Board vice president, coordinating and creating Lincoln County Realtor educational programs for 2019.

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