Bailey Helmer is the 17 year old daughter of Tate and Heather Helmer of Harlingen, Texas. She is a senior at Harlingen High School where she is in the top ten of her class. She is a member of the Harlingen High FFA where she holds the office position of vice president currently and has been reporter in the past. She is also a member of the Arroyo 4-H Club where she currently holds the office of president for the second year in a row and has been 1st and 2nd vice president, secretary, and treasurer in the past. She currently holds the office of 2nd vice president for the Cameron County 4-H Council and has held the offices of secretary and treasurer in the past. As a proud member of both FFA and 4-H, she has exhibited various projects such as swine, rabbits, art, and photography while also competing in clothing and textiles, livestock judging, food and nutrition, shooting sports, and the nursery and landscaping CDE competitions. In school she is vice president of National Honor Society, vice president of Student Council, community service chair of Parent Teacher Student Association, and a member of Health Occupations Students of America, National Society of High School Scholars, and on the HHS Basketball Team. In her free time, she likes to go hunting, fishing, and volunteer in her community with events like the Cameron County 4-H Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday Helps, First United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch, and can food drives for the local food pantries to name a few. Bailey will be attending Texas A&M University in College Station to receive a Bachelor's in Biology and a minor in Agribusiness Entrepreneurship. She plans to attend med school and get a Doctorate of Medicine to become an anesthesiologist and return home to work as well as manage her family’s ranching business on the side.