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image by Eugene Ipavec, 16 September 2009
The flag of the City of Kennett, Missouri, consists of three horizontal stripes - blue-yellow-blue, in ratio 1:2:1. On the top blue stripe there are words in black "CITY OF KENNETT MISSOURI", on the yellow stripe are given full color seal without words on the circle and a red Indian head, and on the bottom blue stripe are words in black "DUNKLIN COUNTY".
"Adoption Date: April 5, 1977
Flag Designer: Teddi Ozbun, Senath MO (deceased)
Official Description & Meaning: Indian Head and City seal. Originally the site of an Indian village named after Chief Chilletecaux, Kennett was incorporated as a city in 1873 and named for Luther M. Kennett, a former St. Louis Mayor. Kennett is the county seat for Dunklin County.
City Seal: Composed of emblems representing Kennett's economy - agriculture & industry."
Information by Brenda S. Privett, City Clerk
About the city:
"Kennett is a city in Dunklin County, Missouri, United States. The population was 11,260 at the 2000 census. Kennett is the county seat of Dunklin County."
Official city website: www.kennettmo.org.
Valentin Poposki, 13 August 2009