Last modified: 2012-07-07 by rick wyatt
Keywords: eatonville | washington | pierce county |
Links: FOTW homepage | search | disclaimer and copyright | write us | mirrors
image located by Valentin Poposki, 11 August 2010
The flag of the Town of Eatonville, Washington, is white with town logo on it.
"August 31, 2008 - by Bob Walter: When asked about the flag, the staff at town hall were eager to bring it out for a look. The flag is a combination of the winning flag design contest entry and later revisions by town officials. It is quite large, perhaps five feet high by seven feet long. It spanned nearly the entire width of the clerk's office, and took two staff people, one of them on a footstool, to hold it up for a photo. They weren't sure where the flag could be displayed or flown, due to its large size. Currently it is tucked away in the town hall office on a seven-foot long, wooden pole. The Association of Washington Cities (AWC) requested towns and cities enter a representative flag in their Parade of Flags in mid-June which was part of the group's 75th anniversary celebration in Yakima. The flag shown above is on a white background, cost several hundred dollars and was made to specs by AWC. The finished flag was mentioned months ago during a council meeting, but it was explained that someone forgot to bring it to the meeting to show citizens. To the best of ENN's knowledge the subject wasn't brought up again and the flag wasn't brought any meetings." - from: www.eatonvillenews.net/localinterest4.html, including a photo of the flag.
Valentin Poposki, 11 August 2010