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image by David Pawson, 12 March 2006
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Municipal flags in Live Oak County:
Live Oak county is named for the live oak tree, common to the areaValentin Poposki, 14 March 2006
County Seat: George West Area: 1,057 square miles Pop. (2000): 12,309
About the flag: "On 9 December 1985, Live Oak County adopted a flag at the request of the Cowbelle's Association, an organization of cattlemen's wives, which had sponsored a contest. The winning design, submitted by Mike Pilgrim, is white with a live oak tree in natural colors beneath the black inscription "Live Oak County.