The second presentation was by about the recently adopted (99.98% official) flag for Yorba Linda, California. It was graciously presented by a former Mayor of Yorba Linda — Beth Haney. Haney was also on the committee that led the process for the adopted a flag for this municipality.
To Beth's surprise her submission nearly became the official flag of Yorba Linda, as a runner up. However the official is the one with a yellow star on navy blue with an uneven, curved, white division towards the fly. There were several submissions for the flag and much of the community was engaged. The winning design was slightly modified, the original designer had the yellow star towards the fly. So in a way the flag of Yorba Linda is a syncretic design, where more than one person is responsible for the design.
Mayor Haney also presented some the submissions by children. This flag was been digitized to the left. Perhaps if this submission made into a 'crisp computer' version, it could have become the official flag of Yorba Linda, California?
This flag was so poplar that it inspired heraldic organizations to create coats of arms and other versions of the flag.
Finally our host Joe Gorman gave presentation by proxy for Brian Cham. Cham is graphic designer in New Zealand and has taken a special interest in designing a new flag for state of Massachusetts.