The 2021 Loudoun County Fair is dedicated to Kim and Rodney Monroe!
Read more about the Monroes here.

Beginning in 1963, a Fair Dedication was made to an individual, family or business that had served the Fair and the 4-H program in an outstanding way.  We express our sincere appreciation to all those recognized for their commitment to our community.

1963 – Eugene Sykes 1982 – Dan Clemons 2001 – Richard & Laura Brown
1964 – Robert J. McCray 1983 – Mabel Rollinson 2002 – Dr. George Washington
1965 – Frank W. McComb 1984 – The Frank Keesling Family 2003 – Bob & Ann Hereford
1966 – Lawrence H. Taylor & Marvin Simpson 1985 – “Golden Anniversary” year. Dedicated to all who made the past 50 years possible. 2004 – Bob Tillet & Craig Damewood
1967 – William I. Whitmore 1986 – Loudoun Times Mirror & WAGE Radio 2005 – Mike Wieben
1968 – J. Lupton Simpson 1987 – Juanita & Caroline Graham / Helen White 2006 – Steuart Weller
1969 – Ellen “Granny” Stowers 1988 – Edgar Tillet 2007 – Mary & Mitch Miller
1970 – Mr. & Mrs. William Cockerill 1989 – William H. Harrison 2008 – Marty Beamer
1971 – Mr. & Mrs. Joe Dillon 1990 – Carol S. McComb 2009 – Terry Corle
1972 – W. R. “Dot” Heasley 1991 – Henry Stowers 2010 – John Smith
1973 – W. Jack Brown 1992 – W. Jack Brown 2011 – Dan Virts
1974 – Mr. & Mrs. Charles Fletcher 1993 – James R. Wordsworth 2012 – The Robert Kimble Family
1975 – The Ernest Herndon Family 1994 – Jim & Edna Cross 2013 – Jim Colbert
1976 – Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Arnold 1995 – Elsie Maylott & Barbara Sidwar 2014 – Mike Bramhall
1977 – The William Moreland Family 1996 – The Homer Thompson Family 2015 – Robert Miller
1978 – Mr. & Mrs. R. Nelson Ashby 1997 – Barbara Jennings 2016 – Kevin & Reece Murray
1979 – Francis, Virginia, & David Peacock 1998 – Jane McCall 2017 – Doug & Stephanie Fidler
1980 – Henry & Gladys Creele 1999 – Eddie & Marty Potts 2018 – Claire Griffith
1981 – Barbara Baird 2000 – Tommy & Tamma Payne 2019 – Faith Barney
    2021 – Kim & Rodney Monroe 
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