Logan Monarch is 15 years old and entering his sophomore year at Damascus High School. He started showing Dairy Goats as a 4-H Clover when he was 6 years old.
He has continued to participate in the 4-H Dairy Goat Club and has held several leadership positions over the years. He is currently serving as the club Treasurer.
Logan is also actively involved with the Damascus Boy Scout Troop. He is moving up the ranks and is currently the troops Assistant Patrol Leader.
This is Logan’s first year as a member of the Montgomery County Agricultural Fair Royal Court and is the fourth generation to volunteer with the Agricultural Center. His goal as a member of the Court is to encourage the youth to get more involved in the agricultural fair to ensure that the long-standing traditions can continue.
After serving on the Royal Court, he would like to be able to participate on the Jr. Board where he would get a better understanding of how other departments operate, their individual needs, and how he could support them in the future.
Between SSL and Fair hours, Logan has accumulated close to 400 hours. He has helped put up signs throughout the fairgrounds, assisted with fencing in the parking lots and assisted in the set up and daily operation of the KidZone throughout the week.
During the fair Logan enjoys showing his goats, helping in the KidZone and reconnecting with his fair family. He hopes to be a contributing member of the Royal Court and looks forward to a new Fair experience this year.