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Tartan Details - Eastern Shore Police Emerald Society

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Eastern Shore Police Emerald Society" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 10672
Designer: Creegan, Frank
Tartan date: 09/01/2012
Registration date: 13 August 2012
Category: Corporate
Restrictions: Yes.
The tartan is currently woven under license by The House of Edgar.
Anyone wishing to purchase or wear the tartan may contact the Eastern Shore Police Emerald Society at [email protected]

Registration notes: The Eastern Shore Police Emerald Society was founded in March of 2011. It is a non-profit making Irish/Gaelic cultural organization that supports law enforcement officers and organizations on the Delmarva Peninsula of Maryland. The Eastern Shore Police Emerald Society's mission is to develop the spirit of fraternalism and fellowship amongst members, to encourage active participation in community activities, to encourage and enhance professionalism within the law enforcement profession to better serve the community and to promote shared Irish heritage and customs. This tartan was designed to represent these goals. The tartan begins with four fields of emerald green at the centre that represent the four provinces of Ireland. The black, blue and black striping surrounding the four fields of dark green symbolises the thin blue line that is the internationally recognized phrase for the police profession and those whom they protect. The black, gold and black striping surrounding the edge of the tartan is representative of the family coat of arms of the Calvert family, as Maryland was founded by Cecilius Calvert, the second Baron of Baltimore. The small stripe of silver at the centre of this border represents the silver badges associated with the rank and file of law enforcement. Members and supporters of the Eastern Shore Police Emerald Society are permitted and encouraged to wear the Eastern Shore Police Emerald Society Tartan.
Registrant details: Mr Frank Creegan, 224 South Washington Street, Easton, Md, United States, 21601
[email protected]
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