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Marilyn Ihloff of Tulsa, center, receives a framed photograph of Oklahoma Scenic Rivers at the Ihloff Salon and Day Spa at Utica Square in Tulsa. Presenting the photograph are Jill Herrlein, of Tahlequah, left, a member of STIR’s Board of Directors, and Kimberly Baker, of Shawnee, right.  Baker captured the image of Barren Fork Creek entering the Illinois River in Cherokee County. Yearly, Ihloff Salon and Day Spa contribute to STIR as a corporate commitment to Oklahoma’s environment.  Founded in 1984 by Tahlequah citizens, STIR is dedicated to the protection and preservation of the Illinois River, its tributaries, and Tenkiller Lake.

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