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The flag is white with a series of concentric black lozenges in the center, overlain by a green rectangle stating est. 1894 in gold, and above it two black triangles and a grey disk. Above and below are written in red the name and slogan.
"Ferguson resident Dave Proost, 71, was the winner of a contest in 1994 to create the graphic design for that city's flag. "I was surprised to win the contest - I don't know how many high school artists I beat out," Proost said. His design shows the historic Ferguson Wabash railroad station along with various squares in the flag background to represent the diversity of the community."
www.stltoday.com/suburban-journals/metro/article_2586c067-0509-52a4-b0c9-34fd746961b5.html by Mary Shapiro
Valentin Poposki, 24 November 2011