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Kitscoty, Alberta (Canada)

Last modified: 2013-06-28 by rob raeside
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Kitscoty image contributed by Darrell Neuman, 1 August 2007

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Description of the flag

The municipal flag of the Village of Kitscoty (population: 729) has a unique sports theme representing the local dedication and involvement by residents in a variety of sports activities and related organizations. Featured on this flag are two baseball bats, golf clubs and hockey sticks and a single curling rock. The motto, "Biggest Little Sports Center", represents the 10 ball diamonds, 2 gymnasiums, 2 tennis courts, 2 soccer fields, ice rink and curling rink located in the village. On the center of the flag is a wild rose, official provincial flower of Alberta.

Kitscoty is located 22 km west of Lloydminster, Alberta and is named after Kit's Coty House located in Kent, England.
Source: University of Alberta page on Kitscoty
Darrell Neuman, 1 August 2007