Glenwood Park Livestock Expo | April 13, 2024

Loudoun County Fair | July 23–July 27, 2024

The 2023 Loudoun County Fair is dedicated to Cindy Huddleston!

Cindy Huddleston has been an integral part of the Loudoun County 4-H community for many years, and her dedication to its members and the program has been unwavering. She has been a true champion for Loudoun 4-H and has worked tirelessly to support its members and families.

Cindy Huddleston began her journey attending the Loudoun County Fair as a parent of a 4-Her in 2009. She quickly fell in love with the sense of community that the fair and 4-H brought. In 2011, Cindy became a co-leader of the Loudoun County 4-H Goat Club; a role she still holds 12 years later. In 2022, Cindy became the rentals coordinator for the fairgrounds, where she prides herself in bringing new ideas for rental opportunities to the board.

On any given day, you can find Cindy at the fairgrounds looking for projects that need to be completed, chalking the lines for pens that belong in the greenbarn, making posters or leading a Goat Club meeting. A responsibility she more recently took on was coordinating the “to-do list” for pre-fair clean up and allocating those items to specific clubs or people.

During the week of the Loudoun County Fair, it’s hard to say where you could find her, as she jumps in to help whenever and wherever is needed. Cindy will tell you herself that her favorite activity is “trash duty”. When the responsibility was on the individual clubs to complete, Cindy saw this as an opportunity to build the strongest relationships with the 4-H families. It was something that no one wanted to do, but she always made it fun and had the 4-H’ers wanting to come back to do more. To this day, if her own family is having a long day at the fair, she still gathers her own kids and grandchildren to help with trash runs as a way to reconnect.

It is with great appreciation that the Loudoun County Fair, along with the Loudoun Fair & Associates Board recognizes the contributions of Mrs. Cindy Huddleston. Thank you for your dedication and service to this long-standing Loudoun County tradition.

Cindy Huddleston
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 1983 – Mabel Rollinson
2003 – Bob & Ann Hereford
1964 – Robert J. McCray 1984 – The Frank Keesling Family
2004 – Bob Tillet & Craig Damewood
1965 – Frank W. McComb 1985 – “Golden Anniversary” year. Dedicated to all who made the past 50 years possible.
2005 – Mike Wieben
1966 – Lawrence H. Taylor & Marvin Simpson 1986 – Loudoun Times Mirror & WAGE Radio
2006 – Steuart Weller
1967 – William I. Whitmore 1987 – Juanita & Caroline Graham / Helen White
2007 – Mary & Mitch Miller
1968 – J. Lupton Simpson 1988 – Edgar Tillet
2008 – Marty Beamer
1969 – Ellen “Granny” Stowers 1989 – William H. Harrison
2009 – Terry Corle
1970 – Mr. & Mrs. William Cockerill 1990 – Carol S. McComb
2010 – John Smith
1971 – Mr. & Mrs. Joe Dillon 1991 – Henry Stowers
2011 – Dan Virts
1972 – W. R. “Dot” Heasley 1992 – W. Jack Brown
2012 – The Robert Kimble Family
1973 – W. Jack Brown 1993 – James R. Wordsworth
2013 – Jim Colbert
1974 – Mr. & Mrs. Charles Fletcher 1994 – Jim & Edna Cross
2014 – Mike Bramhall
1975 – The Ernest Herndon Family 1995 – Elsie Maylott & Barbara Sidwar
2015 – Robert Miller
1976 – Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Arnold 1996 – The Homer Thompson Family
2016 – Kevin & Reece Murray
1977 – The William Moreland Family 1997 – Barbara Jennings
2017 – Doug & Stephanie Fidler
1978 – Mr. & Mrs. R. Nelson Ashby 1998 – Jane McCall
2018 – Claire Griffith
1979 – Francis, Virginia, & David Peacock 1999 – Eddie & Marty Potts
2019 – Faith Barney
1980 – Henry & Gladys Creele 2000 – Tommy & Tamma Payne
2021 – Kim & Rodney Monroe
1981 – Barbara Baird 2001 – Richard & Laura Brown
2022 – The Ketterman Family
1982 – Dan Clemons 2002 – Dr. George Washington
2023 – Cindy Huddleston