THE 2021 ROYAL COURT

The Algodon Club is proud to announce the 2021 Royal Court .

Duchess of Cameron County

Madison Lynn Harris

Daughter of Peggy and Heath Harris of San Benito, Madison attends Texas State University at San Marcos where she was a Dean’s List Honoree in 2020 the Fall semester.  Madison graduated from the Harlingen School of Health Professions in 2020.  During her high school career, she was a member of the National Honor Society, earned her Medical Assistant certification, and performed the National Anthem at the Spurs vs. Goldenstate game with the HCISD All-City Orchestra.  Madison was a member of the HSHP Band, HCIS All-City Orchestra, and Highland Hustlers 4-H.  Madison’s parents have been supporters of the Algodon Club.  Her father has farmed cotton for 36 years and has worked at the RGV Cotton Gin for 20 years

Duchess of Willacy County

Kayleen Ann May

Daughter of Tracy and Steven May of Lyford, Texas, Kayleen attends the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, where she has maintained a 4.0 GPA, runs track, and is a BSM member.  Kayleen graduated from Lyford High School in 2020.  She was in the top 10%, a National Honor Society Officer, and Rio Grande Valley Lead Ambassador.  Kayleen showed hogs and rabbits for FFA and was an FFA and FCA officer.  She also played basketball, volleyball, ran varsity track, and was the cheer captain.  Kayleen’s parents, Tracy and Steven May, served on the Algodon Board of Directors from 2015-2018.  Kayleen’s Great Great Grandparents, Hulda and John Hedberg were amongst the first settler of Stockholm, Texas.  They purchased and cleared land where they built their home and began cotton farming. Kayleen’s father continues the family tradition of both farming and living with his family on the original homestead, and her mother works for Texas Farm Credit helping farmers and ranchers finance their farming operations.

Duchess of Hidalgo    County

Audrey Blaine Brunnemann

Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brunnemann of Progresso Lakes, Audrey attends Texas A&M University at College Station.  Audrey is a member of Delta Zeta Sorority, Biomedical Sciences Association, and John 15.  Audrey graduated from Weslaco High School in 2020.  While in high school, she graduated number 13 out of 572, was selected to attend Texas Bluebonnet Girls State, and was 1st Runner-Up and Miss Photogenic for the 2020 Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show Cover Girl Court.  Audrey’s sister, McKenzie Brunnemann, was a previous Lady in Waiting.  Audrey’s Grandfather, Frank Brunnemann, served as Starr County Agriculture Agent for four years, then serves as the Cameron County Agriculture Agent for 32 years.  Audrey’s Grandfather, Therman Eoff, farmed cotton and grain in the Mid-Valley area for over 60 years.