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Princess Kelly Sade Cash

Kelly Sade Cash is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Cash of Harlingen.


Sade attends Texas A&M University in College Station where she is active in Freshman Leaders in Education and Human Development organization. Sade is a recipient of the Texas A&M University President’s Achievement Scholarship. Sade is currently serving as the Texas FFA Foundation Jr. Ambassador Coordinator.   Sade graduated from Harlingen High School. She was the 3rd Runner up in the Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show Covergirl Contest and was active in FFA, the Highland Hustlers 4H club, and the National Honor Society. Sade enjoys reading and painting in her spare time.  Sade’s paternal great grandparents moved to the Rio Grande Valley in 1936 and farmed grain and cotton. Her grandfather, Lyndon Cash, took over the farm that is still in production today. He served on the board of the Sebastian Coop Farm Gin for 20 years, was President of the Willacy County Show, and served on the executive board of the Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show and Rodeo along with her Grandmother Jeanette Cash and Father.

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Princess Victoria Faith Hocott

Victoria is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dane Hocott of Mission.


Victoria attends Texas A&M University in College Station where she is studying Finance at Mays Business School and is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority. In her spare time, Victoria enjoys reading and spending time with family and friends.  Victoria is a 2021 graduate of Sharyland Pioneer High School where she graduated in the Top 10% of her class and was a member of National Honor Society for 2 years. Victoria danced with the nationally ranked Sharyland Pioneer Diamond Belles for four years and was a debutante of the Hidalgo County Cotillion Club.  She was also involved with RGV Lead at Pioneer High School as a four year member.  The Hocott Family owned Hocott Implement the local John Deere Dealership in Raymondville, TX, for many years, serving the community and farmers in Willacy, Cameron and Hidalgo Counties.

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