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San Marcos, Texas (U.S.)

Sesquicentennial flag

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[Flag of San Marcos, Texas] image located by Valentin Poposki, 4 March 2006

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Description of the flag

White field with a sesquicentennial logo in the center. This flag is prominently the sesquicentennial flag, and may have been used only in 2001.

The logo was designed by Samantha Gonzales, and its significance is describes as follows:

  1. The surrounding color is purple because our school district’s colors are purple and white, and we are a truly royal city.
  2. The gold star is the lone star of our great state.
  3. The red ribbon represents our community’s attitude toward drugs: "just say no"/ Red Ribbon Week.
  4. At the top left is our beautiful river that gives life to our city. Also depicted is the wonderful Playscape in one of our city’s parks.
  5. At the top right is Old Main of SWT, a defining part of our community.
  6. At the lower right is our glorious flag of Texas that we all revere.
  7. At the very bottom are our beloved bluebonnets that are so much a part of San Marcos in the Spring. Also, they are our state flower.
  8. At the lower left is our newly renovated courthouse, the heart of our city and county.

Valentin Poposki, 4 March 2006