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Elkhart County, Indiana (U.S.)

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Elkhart County, Indiana flag information: Section 1-2-2-1 of the Elkhart County Code of Ordinances, adopted November 5, 1984, reads

"The County flag has the following design: a red circle, centered on a field of white, with the right center rim of the circle broken to form a "C"; three (3) parallel royal blue bars centered in the circle, with the borders of the lower and uppermost bard being superimposed on the inner rim of the circle. A single gold stalk of wheat, outlined in blue, pierces the left center rim of the circle and the center bar, with the bloom being to the right of the right center rim of the circle."
Bradley King, 17 July 2002

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