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Algodon Club, Inc.​​
P.O. Box 1445
Harlingen, TX 78551

The Algodon club is  a non-profit, civic organization that promotes the cotton industry in the Rio Grande Valley through civic engagement and media publicity.

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THE 2019 ROYAL COURT

The Algodon Club is proud to announce the 2019 Royal Court .

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR 2019 ROYAL COURT

Crown Bearer

Marshall Cole Busse, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Chad  and Julia Busse of Harlingen.  Cole attends St. Albans Episcopal School and is in the 4th grade.  He plays basketball, baseball, and fishing.  Cole's great, great grandfather began farming in Willacy County in the 1930's as Busse Farms.

Little Princess

Caroline Marie Nash, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Trey and Courtney Nash of Harlingen.  Caroline attends St. Alban Episcopal School and is the 2nd grade.  She loves to play soccer, kickball, and her guitar.  Caroline's great, great, great grandfather first started farming in Rangerville in 1919.

Little Princess

Claire Elise Johnson, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Travis and Sarah Johnson of Harlingen.  Claire attends IDEA San Benito and is in the 3rd grade.  She enjoys playing volleyball and basketball.  Claire is also an avid book reader.  Her great grandfather moved to the valley in 1913 and began farming cotton, corn and grain.

Scepter Bearer

William Park Meade, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott and Kymberly Meade of Harlingen.  William attends St. Albans Episcopal School and is in the 2nd grade.  He enjoys hunting and fishing, as well as playing with RC cars.  William's great grandmother farmed in Central Georgia including cotton crops.