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image by David Sigley, 11 February 2023
The borough flag of Ebensburg was adopted in 1994 during in a flag contest in which 4 people had entered the contest, according to an email the borough sent to me.
The flag is a green field with a double border of yellow and red. In the center is a yellow simplified outline of the Ebensburg's municipal borders. At the top of the map is the unofficial motto, which reads: "HERITAGE, PRIDE, GROWTH". Under the motto is a Welsh Dragon. This represents how Ebensburg was founded by a group of Welsh migrants who originated in Philadelphia. The map is overlaid on an off-white St. Georges cross.
Multiple photos of the borough flag:
David Sigley, 11 February 2023
image by David Sigley, 12 February 2023
One photo appears to use a printed flag variant, also from the borough's
It appears that Ebensburg may use two different versions of the flag. The flag
in the city hall is the official, while this one at Kimball Park is a variant.
Here is my redrawing of the flag within the city hall and the font change for
the flag variant outside the city hall.
David Sigley, 12 February 2023