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

Algodon Queen 2020



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The Queen

Reid Alexandria Davis

Reid Alexandria Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott and Laney Davis of Harlingen, has been named Algodon Queen for 2020. Queen Reid attends the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky. Reid is a member of the Delta Delta Delta Sorority and Hall council president.  Reid graduated from Harlingen High School South in 2019, where she was a member of the Varsity soccer team and named the club soccer captain.  She was also a member of the National Honors Society and Parent Teacher Student Association.  During her time in high school, Reid was named a National AP Scholar, Harlingen South Top 10 student and a National Hispanic Scholar. In her spare time, Reid enjoys doing community service and intramural sports.  Reid's  parents served on the Algodon board.  Her grandparents Frank and Shirley Davis were Don and Dona in 1985. Reid's Uncle Wayne Davis was Ambassador in 1981 and her Uncle Jeffery Davis was crown bearer in 1973.  Farming and ranching is a family tradition.  Her grandfather and father own and operate Davis and Davis Farms in Cameron County.  Her grandparents Fedo and Linda Garcia own Riata Cattle Company in Willacy County and her great grandparents Chester and Rowena Hart owned Hart Farms in Willacy County.