Miss Camryn Monroe

Miss Camryn Monroe

Camryn is a graduate of Loudoun County High School. She has been an active 4-H member of the Loudoun County Swine Club for 11 years and has served in multiple leadership positions within the 4-H within the Swine Club including Treasurer, Reporter, and President. In 2018, she was inducted as a 4-H All-Star, the highest honor within 4-H. Camryn has consistently demonstrated dedication to the Loudoun County 4-H program and the Loudoun County Fair. She has participated in the 4-H Day at the Capitol for 5 years, she was awarded the Citizenship Award in 2016-2019, and was a 4-H Ambassador from 2019-2020. She served on the Youth Fair Committee for the 2019-2020 4-H year and has helped with various demos and activities during the fair. In addition to her service as a leader and role model in 4-H and the fair, Camryn has also been active in her high school and has volunteered many hours in the greater Loudoun community. This fall, Camryn will be attending Shepherd where she plans to study Photography and Special Education. The Loudoun Fair & Associates Board of Directors congratulate Camryn on being selected as a scholarship winner for 2020 and wish her much success in her future endeavors.

Miss Leah Scharf

Miss Leah Scharf

Leah is a home school graduate and has been an active 4-H Member for the past 5 years in the following clubs: Poultry Club, Forage Club, Goat Club, Sheep Club, and Dairy Club. Leah has served in multiple leadership roles within clubs including President of Forage Club, President of Dairy Club, Secretary of Forage Club, and Vice President of Dairy Club. In 2019 she was inducted as a 4-H All-Star; this is the highest honor a 4-H member can achieve. She also served as a Fair Board representative for Forage Club and Sheep Club. In addition to her local 4-H leadership roles, Leah served as the Secretary of the Loudoun Valley Sheep Producer’s Association from 2018 to 2020.  She has also served her community through various church and service projects. Leah will be studying Animal Science at Iowa State University, this fall. The Loudoun Fair & Associates Board of Directors congratulates Leah on being selected as a scholarship winner for 2020 and wish her the best in her future endeavors.

Miss Emily Csizmadia

Miss Emily Csizmadia

Emily is a graduate of Loudoun County High School. She has been a member of the 4-H Leaps and Squeaks Rabbit Club 4-H for 10 years and was a 4-H Honor Council Member from 2017-2019. Emily has served as Club Historian and Club Secretary. In addition to her leadership locally, Emily has volunteered with the Loudoun County Animal Shelter and the Girl Scouts. She was also a member of the National Honors Society from 2018 to 2020. Emily will be studying Geography at George Mason University, this fall. The Loudoun Fair & Associates Board of Directors congratulates her on being selected as a scholarship winner for 2020 and wish her the best in her future endeavors.

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