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image located by José Manuel Erbez Rodríguez, 17 November 2012
The City of Aragon, Georgia, informed me that it does not have a flag.
Valentin Poposki, 20 February 2011
From The Fish-Wrap:
First flag design adopted by Aragon City Council by Agnes Hagin
Aragon City Council voted unanimously Thursday night to accept the winning design for an Official City Flag. A panel of judges recently selected the winning flag design following the competition that ended on September 1, 2012. It began in May 2012 when a meeting between Leigh Hulsey, Arts Manager, Rockmart Civic Arts Commission, and Mayor Ken Suffridge put in motion a plan to design the flag. Suffridge set a goal of completing 3 projects - a motto, official seal and flag – during his first 6 months in office. The first two were adopted prior to Thursday's meeting.
The Mayor did research on the old Aragon High School colors. Flag colors purple and gold represent the school colors of the "Purple Pirates". "I want to dedicate this flag to all those who worked at the old Aragon Mill, their children and their grandchildren," Suffridge said.
José Manuel Erbez Rodríguez, 17 November 2012