PHOTOS: The mayor’s chain of office was presented to Mayor Richard Elhard by Stewart Ford

Stewart Ford’s grandfather was mayor of Castor back in the 1930s

Stewart Ford, whose grandfather was mayor of Castor back in the 1930s, has presented a gift to Town council: a chain of office for the mayor. The chain is meant to be worn while Mayor Richard Elhard is acting in an official capacity while in the public, and features the Town’s crest. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Stewart Ford, whose grandfather was mayor of Castor back in the 1930s, has presented a gift to Town council: a chain of office for the mayor. The chain is meant to be worn while Mayor Richard Elhard is acting in an official capacity while in the public, and features the Town’s crest.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

The mayor’s chain of office was presented to the Mayor by Stewart Ford, an individual with a long connection to the community. The chain of office is adorned with a coat of arms, designed specificially for the Town. All the work and costs associated with the chain of office were donated by Ford, and presented on Aug. 25th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Stewart Ford’s grandfather was mayor of Castor back in the 1930s

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