Most unusual crest:
In southeastern Washington state, everyone had a relative working at the Hanford Site. The high school’s sports teams changed to the "Bombers" in 1945, after Japan quickly surrendered, post-bombing. School historians and alumni debate the origins of the name, but the school’s coat-of-arms eventually featured, among other icons, a realistically rendered mushroom cloud and an atom with swirling electrons.
Now, that’s intimidating! :cool:
Icons? Hardly my idea of a "window into heaven."