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Argyle, Manitoba (Canada)

Last modified: 2014-02-16 by rob raeside
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100th Anniversary flag (1912-2012)

Argyle, Manitoba image contributed by Shayne Campbell, 25 January 2014
Settlers, Rails & Trails Inc., Argyle Manitoba

It was designed by myself, Shayne Campbell for the festivities two years ago.
"The 100 in the centre of the flag shows the centenary anniversary our village was celebrating, with the "1" extending around in an oval shape, suggesting a sense of protection and community. The green colour was used to show growth as our village and area has physically grown over the years, but also that we are an agricultural based economy. Argyle celebrated its centennial 100 years after the arrival of the Canadian Northern Railway, which surveyed the village and placed a railway station here in 1912."
Shayne Campbell, 25 January 2014