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A red-white-blue vertical tricolor, with a white bar toward the bottom, and a row of buildings above it. The town name is written on the white bar, and the date 1741 below it. Holden is in Worcester County.
From the town homepage www.townofholden.net/:
"The Town of Holden was incorporated on January 9, 1741. Originally a rural farming area, we have grown into a prosperous, community-spirited municipality with a population, as of January 2000, of 15,911 residents. In June of 1951, the Town adopted a Selectmen-Town Manager form of government, one of the oldest in the Commonwealth."Dov Gutterman, 23 December 2002