Locust Fire Dept. Coin
Locust Volunteer Fire Department, which was established in 1971, is a community-based non-profit organization focused on the safety of the volunteer firefighters and the Locust Community. They provide fire safety and emergency care for residents within the Locust Community of Pottsboro. Pottsboro is a town in Grayson County, Texas, with a population of around 2,500.
The town was established in 1876 by James A. Potts, a pioneer settler who donated land for a town and a right-of-way so the Missouri–Kansas–Texas Railroad would extend its tracks westward from Denison to his settlement. Living in Pottsboro offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many families and young professionals live in Pottsboro and residents tend to be conservative.
The custom challenge coin that they ordered from was something classic, but also has a modern feel to it. They asked us to put the emblem of the Locust Fire Department on the front side of the coin, and the logos of the Emergency Management divisions on the back.
While the emblem of the fire department has an orthodox-styled design, the other logos on the back are quite contemporary-looking. Added with a bold margin on the edge of the coin, without any etching or patterns, makes this coin look sharp and clean.
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Finished Coin (Front)
Finished Coin (Back)
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