If you want to have it cut into boards you're not going end up with a lot out of it. A commercial sawcutter probably wouldn't touch it, it would be best to find someone with a small woodmizer and ask him if he'd do it, and even so...from the photos I'm not sure if I'd attempt it.
You're going to run into a couple problems. When they sawcut boards, you're usually talking a stack 4'x4'x8' and the boards depend on each other's weight as they dry to maintain straightness and to avoid warps, twists, and cups. When you end up with a few boards you don't have that weight and will need a perfectly flat and straight base for laying them in a sticker stack. I have never dried cherry, but I've dried plenty of walnut and ash before. Some species are more forgiving than others in terms of warping and straightness.
Personally, I would use it as smoking wood. Most guys who run a saw don't like to touch anything smaller than 10" in diameter. Additionally, some woods (and you will have to research it) do are not good to cut if they have been sitting for a while (oak is one of them). Woods like walnut can be sawed even if they've been sitting for years, and other woods will start to discolor and rot almost instantly. Once again, I'm not familiar with cherry.
IF you want to have them cut even after my disclaimer, the first thing you need to do it square off the ends with a chainsaw and get wood glue, white latex paint, or anchorseal on the ends IMMEDIATELY. If not you'll lose a good portion of your boards to checking and splitting.