Sunday, April 15, 2007

Ed Comes Through with Latin Translation




Hi Marty.
In response to Normand's enquiry I was able to pull this from Wikipedia.
Greenfield Park's coat of arms is golden, with a sable reversed chevron. The chevron supports a sinople colored tree. Below the chevron are two red roses. Above the shield is a crown, shaped like a wall with five turrets. The shield is surrounded by branches of maple. Below the shield the branches meet, tied with a red and black ribbon. The Greenfield Park motto, "Fortis Fortunam Superat," or "Fortune Favors the Brave," is attributed to Villar.
I would like one of those really neat street signs if there is a prize for this.
Thanks guys, EB.

Thanks Ed B.

Normand, you need to cough up a Street Sign for this reply…


SUPERAT FORTUMA FORTI'S blog = SUPER AT MARTI'S BLOG OR LET'S TRY MAYBE FOR G.PK. MOTTO

FORTIS FORTUNAM SUPERAT = FORTUNE FAVORS THE BRAVE

THANKS MARTY

FROM NORMAND SIMARD AND BUTTON EYES

Thanks Normand


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