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Looking for a place to meet friends for a drink and listen to live music this summer? The iconic BuckHorn Bar in Cushing has renovated their back deck area for outdoor music events and summer nights under the stars ... and it remains a hotspot for friends to gather!
Photo Courtesy Of BuckHorn FaceBook page
Dena Floyd, Rotarian Of The Day met up with fellow members for Thursday's weekly meeting of the Rotary Club at the Steer Inn, which was indeed a informative "show and tell" type presentation of a ancient art being preserved by local retired postman and craftsman of primitive archery, Elmer Ledgerwood.
Photo By Donna Judd
The Cushing Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed yet another new business to Cushing. A ribbon cutting was held at A to Z Property Management, 1340 E. Main, Cushing.
Photo by Terri Blevins
Cushing Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony at a new business in Cushing - Fastenal. The industrial supply company is well-known all over the United States.
Photo by Donna Judd
You've probably seen it in the works - the cute little 'general store' building just off of Highland. Cushing's drive up only convenience store, Lit'l General, is now open for business.
Dan and Marilyn Shotwell had an electrical issue with their vehicle and
were impressed when Cody Lovelace, counter sales person at NAPA, drove
to their country home to come to their aid. It was that special
treatment that led the Shotwells to nominate NAPA and Lovelace for the
Cushing Chamber of Commerce YESS award.
Cushing Chamber of Commerce hosted at ribbon cutting for J-Man's Sports
Replay, 106 N. Harrison, on Monday. Named for their son, 9-year-old
Jordan, Stuart and Lori Butler recently added the new business, which has
an array of new and used sports equipment, at their existing business, Stu's Music, location.
Women in Business Committee Chairperson
Marilyn Duff is pleased to announce that Ruth Littlefield, Vice President of
Membership Development & Member Relations with the Tulsa Metro Chamber will
be the guest speaker at the next W.I.B. Committee Meeting which will be held on
Wednesday, January 18 at 11:30 a.m. at The Steer Inn.
The KUSH Girls Donna Judd and Molly Payne were surprised to have a special guest in Studio B when Chamber President Brent Thompson brought Jason Sanchez from CNN with him for his weekly visit on the Donna & Molly Show.
Gene Hedman, his wife Cathy and "counter girl" Deanette McIntire welcomed the KUSH Girls, Donna Judd and Molly Payne recently to do a LIVE remote from A & G Meat Market in Cushing. The KUSH Girls chided and cajoled listeners to come in and "check out Gene's meat."
Employees at Edward Jones, which operates 210 branch offices in Oklahoma - including Cushing, are celebrating! The financial services firm has been named the state's best place to work among large companies.
If you are looking for that one of kind gift for that special someone,
Jennifer Quinn, owner of All That Embroidery in Drumright, has the
creative touch that will leave you with endless possibilities!
Andrew Snyder was a great guest, or maybe it was the other way around.
Occasionally I may get excited and have to remind myself not to
interrupt my guest, however this time I was speechless, a captive
(Cushing, Okla.) KUSH Business Spotlight listeners were treated to a special visit by rodeo announcer Justin McKee and his family on Friday. McKee, known as the Voice of the PBR, has been the announcer for the Cushing Community PRCA Rodeo for 18 years.
And the winner of the second KUSH Employee of the Month award is......Angela Vaughn! And she thought she'd never win...
Emotions ran the gamut Tuesday, June 8th, as KUSH Sales Manager and "KUSH Girl" Angie Vaughn went from irritated and disappointed to surprised and happy as family and friends "pulled one over" on their favorite blonde in honor of her 50th birthday.
This is a busy time of year for Sales at KUSH, so yes; I am way behind
on my stories. If you are reading this, bless your virtuous, patient
soul especially for taking the time to peruse my stressful, brain
wrenching attempts at chronological order!! Our guests are such good
sports to let us tease, cajole, taunt, and pry into their past and
present, before we get down to business.
Excuse the bad grammar, but enthusiasm has taken over - Cushing's Got Meat! A & G Meats, an old fashioned butcher shop, is opening its doors today, Friday, May 21st.
Lisa Cartmell Co-Owner of Cushing Electronics/Radio Shack, AT&T
Service Provider and now consignment store, shares lots of helpful
information on the Business Spotlight Show
Marilyn Duff shares the details her current projects on the business
spotlight and future plans of beautification, restoration and
revitalization in Cushing..
The focus on the Business Spotlight is our coming out of hibernation
and getting down and dirty..in our gardens with help from Billy
Preston, owner of Hill Top Green House and Horticulture specialist,
Multi Business owner, Charles (C.W.) Collins shares his experiences and
successes in the Business Spotlight as we focus on Antiques and More in
Bobby Welcomes Mr. John Bryant and the "Bank of Cushing" (BOC) to the
KUSH Business Spotlight Hour! As I am sure most of you know, John is
the President of the Bank of Cushing and has been since 1977.
Bobby Welcomes Mr. Kevin Gaskins and Mr. Larry Brewer with Matrix Service, Inc. to the KUSH Business Spotlight Hour!
Bobby Welcomes Mr. Justin Alberty, Corporate Communications Director,
Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA) to the KUSH Spotlight Business Hour!
Photo by Donna Judd