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La Grange, Illinois (U.S.)

Cook County

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Description of the flag

The Village of La Grange in Illinois, US, has a flag, described at Unfortunately, no image. "The La Grange flag has a field of three (3) horizontal stripes of equal width: a medium warm blue stripe at the top, a white stripe at the center, and a medium warm green at the base. At the left center of the flag is a circle containing an irregularly striped tree symbol in dark green on a light cool blue background in the center. This tree has the numerals "1879" in white. Around this center field is a white stripe with "La Grange" printed at the top and "Illinois" at the bottom. Both words are printed in dark green Gothic letters. This white stripe is bordered with a narrow band of the same light cool blue of the center field."
Valentin Poposki, 19 November 2005

Go to the web site and click the box on the right of the page which says "Click here to see a video about village of La Grange." About half way through, the Village President can be seen speaking to the camera, in front of a lectern which bears the seal, with three flags behind him, including the United States national flag.
Colin Dobson, 21 November 2005