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Kent, Connecticut (U.S.)

Litchfield County

Last modified: 2011-07-09 by rick wyatt
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Kent does not have a town flag but if it did this (see below) is what would be on it.
Bruce K. Adams, First Selectman, Town of Kent
Peter Orenski, 1 December 2010

Hypothetical Flag

[hypothetical flag of Kent, Connecticut] image by Peter Orenski, 18 December 1998

If we had a flag I assume this would be it. The Town of Kent seal is crest shaped. At the top, boldly enclosed in a banner is the "KENT", below it in much smaller letters is "CONNECTICUT". The body of the crest is divided into five sections, each containing a symbol of the development of the town. Across the entire midsection is an open book with the words "Settled 1720" and "Incorp.1739". To the left of the book is a church, to the right a school. The upper third of the crest is divided into two sections by a large diamond shaped arrowhead. The left corner contains a crown, a reminder of early sovereign rule. The upper right contains a cow and stone iron furnace, both early and important industries. Finally the bottom third of the crest contains a large gear, symbol of local industry.
Bruce K. Adams - First Selectman, Town of Kent
Peter Orenski, 1 December 2010