At age five, Sarah with her own money purchased and delivered toys and goodies for the children at a hospital. She has done this for the past twelve years, bringing many smiles to children who had to spend their Halloween night at a hospital. The last couple of years she has also volunteered at a Halloween carnival for children with disabilities.
At age eight, Sarah found out that children with cancer lose their hair. She immediately began growing out her hair and on her 11th birthday cut off 11 inches of her own hair for Locks of Love.
Last year, Sarah was named the Distinguished Young Woman of Pocatello/Chubbuck. She collected over 4,500 pounds of shoes for the National Shoes for Love Drive in one month. Sarah has served as camp counselor at the Operation Military Kids Family Camp and 4-H Alpine Camp for several years.
Sarah shares her talents by singing at community events and playing the violin in the Idaho State Youth Symphony. Leadership and service have been a way of life for Sarah.