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Eaton County, Michigan (U.S.)

Last modified: 2023-12-23 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of Eaton County, Michigan] image located by Daniel Renterķa, 17 November 2023

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Municipal flags in Eaton County:

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Description of the flag

According to The Maple Valley News issue of April 23, 1991, the Eaton County flag was adopted on May 21, 1969 by the Girl Scout Troop No. 81 of Olivet.

The background is divided diagonally. Green on the flag stands for farming in the county, while white is for industry in the county. The stook of grain signifies the fact it is one of the main farming products in the county. The red maple leaf stands for one of the county's oldest industries, in producing maple products and the county seat Charlotte, which had been nicknamed the Maple City.
The flag is visible in front of the courthouse on Google Maps. It does not seem there is a clear photo, from what I could find:

Daniel Renterķa, 17 November 2023


[Seal of Eaton County, Michigan]image located by Paul Bassinson, 17 July 2018

Paul Bassinson, 17 July 2018