THE 2020 ROYAL COURT

The Algodon Club is proud to announce the 2020 Royal Court .

 

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Duchess of Cameron County

Carsten Lynn  Cherrington

Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Lisa Cherrington, Carsten attends Texas A&M University in College Station.  She is a graduate of Kingwood Park High School.  Carsten was in the National Honors Society and earned her Texas FFA Lonestar Degree while in high school.  She currently is a member of the Pre-Vet Society , Freshman Leadership Experience and the Saddle & Sirloin Club.  In her spare time, she enjoys voluteering at the Aggieland Humane Society, fishing and traveling.  Her mother was Algodon Queen in 1992 and her parents served on the board of directors.  Her great grandfather began farming in Willacy County in 1936 and later moved the farm operation to Cameron County.  

Duchess of Hidalgo County

Cassandra Andrea Flores

    Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jaime and Melissa Flores of Edinburg, Cassandra attends Blinn College in Bryan, Texas.   She is a graduate of Edinburg North High School.  Cassandra graduated in the top 15% of her class, was active in both 4H and FFA, and was named RGVLS Cover Girl.  In her free time, she enjoys spending time at the beach and marketing cattle with her siblings for her family ranch, ELC Cattle Co.  Her sister Leandra was Duchess of Willacy County in 2017.  Cassandra's late grandfather, Luis Flores Jr. farmed watermelon and grain in the 1980’s. Her late great grandfather, Guillermo “Willie” Rutledge also farmed cotton, grain, and corn for over 35 years in Hidalgo County.

Duchess of Willacy County

Alyssa Nicole Cervantes

Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Adrian and Natalie Cervantes of Harlingen, Alyssa attends Texas A&M University in College Station.  She is a graduate of Harlingen High School.  Alyssa graduated in the top 10% of her class and was on the All District Basketball team as well as on the HCISD Student Advisory Board.  She currently is a member of the Public Health Student Organization and in the Phi Lamb Girls Christian Sorority.  In her spare time, Alyssa enjoys baking and traveling.  Her mom was Duchess of Willacy County in 1993 and her parents served on the Algodon Board of Directors.  Alyssa's great-great-grandfather started farming in Willacy County in the 1930's and her grand father, Steve Lemmons farms cotton, corn, grain and sugarcane. 

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CONTACT

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P.O. Box 1445
Harlingen, TX 78551

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