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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 .

 

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Princess Margaret Elise Adair

Daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. William and Heather Adair  of  Conroe, Texas, Princess Margaret attends Sam Houston State University in Huntsville.  She is a graduate of Harlingen High School South.  While in high school, Margaret was in the top 8% of her class, a member of the FFA, and in the STEM club.  She received several honors such as the FFA Lone Star Degree, State Qualifier in FBLA Agribusiness, and the Algodon scholarship.  Since going to college, Margaret has joined Collegiate FFA and the Block & Bridle Club.  Her great grandparents, Mr and Mrs John and Maxine Abbott were the first directors of the Algodon Club in 1953 and later served as Don and Dona in 1965.  The Abbott Family has been farming in Cameron County since the 1940's.  Her great grandfather John Abbott started the Harlingen Gin.

Princess Carlie Patrice Clipson

Daughter of Mr. Casey Clipson and Ms. Robin  Wilson-Clipson of Harlingen, Princess Carlie attends Texas A&M University--Kingsville and is a graduate of Early College High School.  In high school, Carlie graduated with Academic Core and as a Texas Scholar.  She was a member of 4H and the Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas.  Her parents served on the Board of Directors for the Algodon Club and her sister was Duchess in 2015.  Her grandfather was a rice farmer.  Carlie's father was a rice farmer later becoming owner of Crop Guard Group.  Her mother is the owner of Pace Waldorf Academy with Agricultural based learning.