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Wakefield, Massachusetts (U.S.)

Middlesex County

Last modified: 2011-07-08 by rick wyatt
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Description of the flag

A white flag with the town seal at the center.  The seal comprises a shield on a blue background with a chevron division in three parts - above yellow, and two black shoes; in middle three devices, possibly a last and two tools, and below crossed shovels on green. Above the shield is a yellow sunrise, and below it is a red ribbon with QUANNAPOWITT written on it. In a ring around the seal are the town and state names and dates, encircled by a golden rope. Wakefield is in Middlesex County.

From the homepage

"Our Town has 25,000 people, located ten miles northeast of Boston. Our location at the intersection of routes 93 and 128 (I-95) places us in the perfect location for commuters. For those wishing to take public transportation, there is a commuter rail (operated by the MBTA) with very regular service to Boston. The town has two railway stations."
Dov Gutterman, 5 December 2002