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Greene County, Ohio (U.S.)

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[Flag of Greene County, Ohio] located by John Dodds, 8 January 2003

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Description of the flag

The new Greene County Flag was designed by Deanna Gullett of Xenia. Green, a central horizontal red-white-blue band, a square clock tower, and a ring of stars. In the upper fly is a biplane.
John Dodds, 8 January 2003

The Greene County flag is green. Red, white and blue stripes cross the middle behind a picture of the Greene County courthouse clock tower. The Wright Brothers' flyer reminds us that Orville and Wilbur Wright came from Greene County. Twenty-two stars encircle the center image. The flag was designed by Deanna Gullet of Xenia, and was adopted in December 2002. The county was named for Gen. Nathaniel Greene, Washington's second in command in the Revolutionary War, and was established in 1803.

Located by Valentin Poposki, 26 September 2007