Oban and Laurinburg - the linked rings emblem

This emblem was devised by Pinny Geffert of Laurinburg. It shows two linked rings, to represent the linked towns of Laurinburg and Oban. One ring has the thistle of Scotland, and the other has the dogwood of North Carolina.

Drive into Laurinburg from the direction of the airport, and you will see this emblem beside the sign that welcomes you to Laurinburg.

Laurinburg has presented Oban with a glass suncatcher featuring the linked rings emblem. It hangs in Albany Chambers (the old Town Hall) in Albany Street, in a first floor window, and can be seen from the other side of the road.

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