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Newly crowned Los Fresnos Rodeo Queen to enjoy reign for a year

The 2020 Los Fresnos Rodeo Queen Sadie Cash. Photo: Tony Vindell / LFN


Although the 31st Los Fresno Rodeo is now history, its new queen will enjoy her reign for the next year.

Sadie Cash was chosen as the official representative of the organization founded to provide a different type of venue for residents and visitors alike, and to give scholarships to students who qualify under its guidelines.

The Harlingen resident said she is honored for getting the distinction of being the new rodeo queen.

“I am really excited,” she said. “It’s a lot of fun.”

Cash has been active with several organizations, including president of both the Harlingen FFA and Cameron County 4-H Club as well as vice president of District 12 4-H and Highland Hustlers 4-H.

Other distinctions she has garnered is ambassador for two years for the FFA and earned the Rookie of the Year and Pacesetter awards.

Cash is the daughter of Todd and Michel Cash, and is a member of the First Christian Church of Harlingen, National Honor Society, Lower RGV Cotillion and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association.

The junior at Harlingen High School said she has been taking animals to livestock shows since she was 8 years old.

As to her aspirations for higher education, Cash said she plans to go to Texas A&M University in College Station where she wants to pursue a degree in agriculture education.

Asked what she would like to do after college, she replied, “I hope to work for a newspaper.”

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