The ST. JOHNS N CLUB BURGEE, in the shape of a rectangular ensign is composed of a red cross on a black background with two stars superimposed diagonally thereon. The burgee was established in 1968 at Cocoa Beach, Florida. The black background represents the night sky. The stars are the Gemini Twins – Pollux and Castor, for who the early U.S. manned space launches from Cape Canaveral were named. Due to their declinations, the zeniths of these two stars at meridian passage are approximately the southern and northern latitude limits of District 23 and the source and mouth of the St. John’s River for which the Club was named. The red cross on the burgee is that of the Apostle James – The Major, Patron Saint of all Spain.