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The web page at
http://www.innonbathcreek.com/history.html displays a banner described as
"Bath Tri-centennial flag" which shows sailing ship silhouetted against a white
disk on a dark blue field. Below is written "North Carolina's Oldest Town" and
Ned Smith, 26 August 2005
At Lincoln County's there a photo of a seal on white flag as seen at
http://www.co.lincoln.nc.us/images/lamppost2.jpg. The county seal at
http://www.co.lincoln.nc.us/_borders/seal2.gif doesn't look like the logo on
this flag....so maybe it is Lincolnton municipal flag.
Dov Gutterman, 1 December 2002
Beech Mountain's flag is light blue charged with a seal in white and dark
blue inscriptions above and below the logo. It can be partly seen at
Dov Gutterman, 3 December 2002
By Brent Lancaster, Times-News
A new flag may soon be flapping in the Mebane breeze. The City Council could soon adopt a new Mebane seal that would adorn the city’s new Web site and would grace a municipal flag. The council looked at some initial designs at Monday night’s meeting and may take up the issue again at its May meeting. Talk of creating a logo that represents all that the growing city has to offer has been floating around City Council meetings for about a year. Councilman Bob Hupman, one of the proponents of the seal, saw the need for a city flag when he was renovating a block of buildings on Center Street. Hupman wanted a third flag to go with the American and North Carolina flags above the block of buildings, which is owned by his Five Star of Mebane real estate company. “I wanted to put a city flag up there, but we didn’t have one,” Hupman said. Monday, the council looked at several designs created by a graphic designer. The council appropriated money in February for a designer to work on some options for a seal. The money was part of an appropriation for the city’s new Web site, http://www.cityofmebane.com, which is still under construction. The council chose a round seal with symbols that represent religion, industry, law and scholarship, among other things. The council asked city staff to make some changes to the design and bring a color version to the May council meeting. The council must also choose a slogan to go along with the seal. The graphic artists’ designs included “Growing with You” as a city slogan, but the council agreed that it should be changed. The designs also note the year that the city was chartered, 1881. City staff also solicited drawings from students in an Eastern Alamance High School art class. Councilman Tim Bradley suggested that once a final design for a seal is selected, the city might ask for input from residents on the design. Mebane already has a city seal, but it is rarely used. The seal was created in the early 1970s by a group of Eastern Alamance students, said City Manager Robert Wilson. “I wanted to have a seal that reflects everything the city has to offer,” Hupman said.
The seal that was subsequently developed is on the
city web page.
Dov Gutterman, 22 December 2002
Not too much to tell - the flag is white with a yellow device and black
inscription. That is as much that I could figure out of the photo at
Dov Gutterman, 3 December 2002