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Hi I'm Logan L Leavitt

Lived in the town of West Weber Utah all my life, I do college track and field for my local university. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Logan, I have lived in Utah all my life, I graduated from High School, and am currently a College Student Athlete at my home University. In college I am majoring in Mechanical Engineering, and I am also doing college track and field. I do the Long Jump, 200 Meter Dash, 100 Meter Dash and 4x100 Meter Relay. I like to exercise and to push my body to the limits, I like to play many sports and activities as well. I enjoy basketball, golf, baseball, soccer, biking, badminton and any other kind of sport. I have been taught to have a strong work ethic and I take that to heart. I am a strong worker and I focus on those things that I put my mind to. Sometimes I am quiet, but I enjoy being around friends and family, and can be a goof and funny sometimes.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a Mormon all my Life, I have been raised in a Mormon family with my siblings and amazing parents. In my church and my family, I have been taught that this church is true and that the teachings it has is from our loving Heavenly Father and His Beloved Son. Throughout all my life I have tried my very best to live to the standards of the church. I know without a doubt that this church is true, there is really nothing that can convince me that it is not. I know that we have a living Prophet on the earth today, that he is a servant of God and that he leads and guides us today. I am so grateful for what this church has done for me and my family and friends. I have read and studied the scriptures and have read that Book of Mormon and know that this book is true, that this book is another testimony of Jesus Christ. This church has meant a lot to me, and I am so grateful that I have gotten to grow up in it.

How I live my faith

I live my faith with greatest endurance and happiness. Ever since I was twelve years old, I have served church callings for six years to today. I have been secretary for the deacons, as well as president of the deacons, teachers and priest. I have taught many lessons in my church classes, and have given many talks in my churches sacrament meeting. I have participated in Cub Scouts, as well as Boy Scouts. I have been a Patrol Leader, Quartermaster and Senior Patrol Leader. I earned my Eagle Scout Award, and my eagle project was to work with a Veterans Committee Board to get a veterans memorial to be constructed in our home cemetery. I participate in my local young woman's and young man's church mutual group, organizing and participating in fun activities as well as service projects to help people around our community.