Baker City Realty welcomes outdoor enthusiasts, area natives to its team
News release: Baker City Realty adds outdoor enthusiasts, area natives to its team
Baker City Realty has hired two outdoor sports enthusiasts who are also Oregon natives, one as a Realtor and the other as an office manager in training to become a Realtor.
Bethany Micka, who grew up in Baker City and has lived in La Grande since 2011, has been hired as a Realtor. She enjoys downhill skiing, motorcycling, fishing, gardening, biking and backpacking with her dogs, home improvement projects and renovating investment properties.
Chelsea McLagan is from Bend but has lived in Baker since 2007, has been hired as office coordinator and is training to become a Realtor. She is a certified Bikram Yoga Teacher and an avid snow sports enthusiast, runner and archer.
“Bethany's and Chelsea's enthusiasm for outdoor recreation is a huge plus for our agency, as many people wish to relocate to Baker for its outdoor opportunities,” said Andrew Bryan, owner of Baker City Realty. “They were raised in the region, giving them insights into local property opportunities that only a native can have.”
For the past 13 years, Micka has worked as a US Forest Service dispatcher and firefighter. She holds a bachelor's degree in liberal studies from Eastern Oregon University. McLagan has worked as marketing director and assistant operations director at Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort. McLagan earned a bachelor's degree in Business Admin from Oregon State University-Cascades.