Oh Deer! Chamber Presents Y.E.S.S. Award to Cushing Police Officers
Photos by Terri BlevinsTop photo: Cushing Chamber members and Chamber president Toni Vieyra present Y.E.S.S. certificate to Sgt. Charles Claxton
Bottom photo: Vieyra presents Officer Jerrod Livergood his certificate.
(Cushing, Okla.) The Cushing Chamber of Commerce presented two of Cushing's finest the
Y.E.S.S. award for their help after a deer broke through the glass
window of the Chamber office. Chamber president Toni Vieyra nominated
Cushing police Sgt. Charles Claxton and Officer Jerrod Livergood.
According to reports, the deer was believed to have been clipped by a vehicle causing it to be disoriented. The deer crashed through the front window of the Chamber and retreated down Main where it met its demise near Taco Mayo.
The officers were commended by Vieyra for securing the place. "We really appreciate all your help," Vieyra said.
Y.E.S.S. is an acronym for "You Expect Something Special." Anyone wishing to nominate a business for going "above and beyond" may do so by contacting the Cushing Chamber of Commerce at 918-225-2400.