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The Village of La Grange in Illinois, US, has a flag, described at www.villageoflagrange.com/compro.asp. 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 www.ahhhlagrange.com/ 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