Graduate Cade van Zandbergen with parents Tara and Randal Muhlbeier, during the grad celebration held June 26th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

PHOTOS: Castor grads had a celebratory tour through town on the back of a big-rig, followed by a short ceremony June 26th

Castor Mayor Richard Elhard also made a few remarks on behalf of the Town

Graduate Jessica Boizard with parents Rhonda and Blake during the Grad Celebration held in Castor June 26th.

Kevin J Sabo photo

Graduate Cade van Zandbergen with parents Tara and Randal Muhlbeier, during the grad celebration held June 26th.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Grad 2020 looked a little different in Castor. Instead of the usual pomp and circumstance which surrounds the age-old tradition, the 2020 Castor grads overcame and adapted to world conditions, having a celebratory tour through town on the back of a big-rig, followed by a short ceremony in the empty lot beside Home Hardware on June 26th.

Kevin J Sabo photo

Graduate Keagan Bagshaw with parents Scoitt and Lisa during the grad celebration held June 26th.

Kevin J Sabo photo

Castor Mayor Richard Elhard makes a few remarks on behalf of the Town during an improvised grad celebration on June 26th.

Kevin J Sabo photo

Graduate Sydney Dunkle with father Brad, during the grad celebration June 26th.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

The Gus Wetter School graduating class of 2020 during Mayor Richard Elhard’s address.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Castor Mayor Richard Elhard also made a few remarks on behalf of the Town

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Grad 2020 looked a little different in Castor. Instead of the usual pomp and circumstance which surrounds the age-old tradition, the 2020 Castor grads overcame and adapted to world conditions, having a celebratory tour through town on the back of a big-rig, followed by a short ceremony in the empty lot beside Home Hardware on June 26th. Kevin J Sabo photo

Graduate Keagan Bagshaw with parents Scoitt and Lisa during the grad celebration held June 26th. Kevin J Sabo photo

Castor Mayor Richard Elhard makes a few remarks on behalf of the Town during an improvised grad celebration on June 26th. Kevin J Sabo photo

Graduate Sydney Dunkle with father Brad, during the grad celebration June 26th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

The Gus Wetter School graduating class of 2020 during Mayor Richard Elhard’s address. Kevin J. Sabo photo

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