Caramel Popcorn - The State of Ohio - Ohio Pride
The State of Ohio has had an official seal for more than 200 years, and after going through several revisions, the current design was adopted in 1996. The seal illustrates Ohio's diverse geography; in the background stands Mount Logan in Ross County, separated from the rest of the seal by the Scioto River. In the foreground is a freshly harvested wheat field containing a sheaf of wheat, which represents the importance of agriculture in Ohio. Seventeen arrows stand nearby, recognizing Ohio’s American Indian peoples, as well as the fact that Ohio was the seventeenth state to join the United States of America. At the top of the seal is the sun, with thirteen rays protruding outwards. The thirteen rays represent the thirteen colonies that became the original thirteen states.