A member and organizer of many ladies’ society groups in Pendleton, Kathleen McClintock embodied the image of an ambassador perfectly. She was a hard worker on her family ranch and had a warm smile and a kind demeanor. She graduated college and taught on the Oregon Coast, but returned to Pendleton to serve on the Round-Up Court. The charming and well-admired McClintock was crowned Round-Up Queen in 1929. This bronze is dedicated to all of the women who have served on the Round-Up court.