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Fort Gibson

July 30, 2013

Police department thanks volunteers

— The Fort Gibson Police Department recently gave recognition plaques to volunteers who have helped support the reserve officers and the K-9 fundraiser firecracker tent, according to a media release.

Reserve Sergeant Jesse Rigsby, left, Eugene Carson, Kathy Carson, Chief Clint Vernon and Reserve Sergeant Bryan Cantrell pose after the Carsons received an appreciation plaque.

Fort Gibson Police Chief Clint Vernon, left, and Officer Donnie Yarbrough, right, present a plaque to Tricia Eaton of Whitlock Packaging Corp.

Doug Burt from Charlie’s Chicken, left, receives an appreciation  plaque from Fort Gibson Police Chief Clint Vernon and Reserve Sergeant Bryan Cantrell at a recent Board of Trustees meeting.

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