Andres Guerra is 16 years old and a rising Junior at John F. Kennedy HS where he is a member of the Regional IB Cohort and the Leadership Training Institute. This is his fifth year in 4-H and his second year as President of the 4-H Lucky Clovers. As a member of the Maryland State Council, Andres has participated in many 4-H Leadership events such as National 4-H Conference, Teen Leadership Summit, Launch into Leadership, and is excited to attend the Camp Miniwanca National Leadership Conference this summer. Over the last few years, Andres has led the local 4-H Stem Challenges for 2019-2021 and the Ag Innovators 2021’s Curbing Our Carbon Appetite Program.
Andres is a member of Advisory Council for the Student Member of the Board of Education, MoCo for Literacy, and the Aspen Hill Library Teen Advisory Board. He participates in Kennedy Varsity Boys Volleyball, the SGA, and the Key Club. Some of Andres’ other interests are science, photography, and music.
This is Andres’ third year on the Montgomery County Royal Court. He has entered many works of photography, acrylic painting, and other art at the Fair, and has enjoyed volunteering. Andres would like to thank his family and the Lucky Clovers 4-H Club for their support, and all the volunteers who dedicate their time and energy to putting together the Montgomery County Agricultural Fair every year.