The Diocese of Arkansas decorates its standard with a University of Arkansas Razorbacks hat.
Chesapeake Bay wildlife adorns the Diocese of Easton standard.
Leigh Waggoner, Deputy from Diocese of Eau Claire, stands next to her diocesan standard.
Fond du Lac
The deputation of Diocese of Fond du Lac, located in northeastern Wisconsin, adorned its standard with a cheese head and festive beads.
The Diocese of Kentucky chose a horse to decorate the standard in the House of Deputies.
A decorative horse balloon tops the standard for the Diocese of Lexington.
It is hard to get a little crabby during General Convention. The Diocese of Maryland decorated its standard with a crab stuffed animal.
North Carolina uses flags and other festive items to decorate it standard in the House of Deputies.
The Diocese of Pittsburgh uses the familiar Pittsburgh Penguins mascot to decorate the standard in the House of Deputies.
The deputation from the Diocese of San Diego brings a little taste of California to House of Deputies floor with the beach umbrella decorated standard.
The House of Deputies welcomes all kinds of attire at the 2009 General Convention. The Diocese of Southwest Florida uses a pink beach hat to decorate its standard in the House of Deputies.
The Diocese of Southwestern Virginia plans to go through General Convention full steam ahead with its steam engine decorated standard in House of Deputies.
The Diocese of Tennessee decorates its standard in the House of Deputies with Irises, the Tennessee state flower.
The Diocese of Western Massachusetts uses a hat from The Cat in the Hat to decorate its standard in the House of Deputies at the 2009 General Convention.
The Youth Presence at General Convention is given voice on the House of Deputies and they use it; even with their decorated standard. Using a milk container the Youth Presence reminds the House of Deputies that only 2% of the Episcopal Church is under the age of 25.