Princess Bailey Regen Helmer
Bailey is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tate Helmer of Harlingen.
Princess Bailey attends Texas A&M University in College Station where she is majoring in Biology and minoring in Agribusiness Entrepreneurship. She is an active member of the Century Club, American Medical Student Association, and the First Baptist Church of Bryan. Bailey has earned 87 volunteer hours from the Texas A&M’s Department of disability resources. She also received the University’s President’s Achievement Scholarship. A graduate of Harlingen High School, Bailey graduated in 2022 ranking 8th in her class. She was a Reserve Champion at the National 4-H Invitational Fashion Contest and was the 2022 Los Fresnos PRCA Rodeo Queen. Bailey was also a Lady Cardinal Basketball player and was awarded Texas Academic All State. She has held multiple officer positions in the Arroyo 4-H club, Cameron County 4-H, Harlingen FFA, National Honor Society, Student Council and PTSA.
Bailey’s grandparents and great-grandparents dedicated their life’s work to farming. Her family still owns farm land and continues farming as a landlord operator. Her family also owns a ranch where they raise cattle and grow wild game. Her father is the store manager for Tellus Equipment, a John Deere Dealership in Raymondville.
Princess Dell Valera Davis
Dell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Davis of Harlingen.
Princess Dell attends Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Dell received the Tiger Excellence Scholarship from LSU this past year and is a member of Phi Mu Sorority. She is majoring in marketing. In her free time, Dale enjoys running, hunting and baking.
Dell graduated from Harlingen High School South in 2022. Some of her high school achievements include being an AP Scholar, graduating as a Top 10 student in her class and receiving the honor as a 2022 Texas High School Coaches Association Soccer All-Academic 1st Team. While at Harlingen South, Dell was the captain of the Varsity soccer team, Student Council Vice President and a member of the National Honor Society.
Dell’s agricultural roots extend from both sides of the family. Grandfather Frank Davis and Dell’s father, Scott Davis own and operate Davis and Davis Farms in Cameron County. Grandparents, Linda and the late Fedo Garcia, owned and operated Riata Cattle Company in Willacy County. Her Uncle Buck Garcia continues to operate Riata Cattle Company. Her great grandparents, Rowena and Chester Hart, owned and operated Hart Farms in Willacy County.