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Shareholders gathered in Chuathbaluk on June 1st for the TKC Annual Meeting. Good weather and good food provided the perfect backdrop for conducting elections, announcing awards, and drawing for prizes.
Shareholders on the job at a TKC subsidiary this fall are earning more than money—they’re gaining experience that will help them throughout their careers.
Residents of Sleetmute and Upper Kalskag met to discuss how their communities will look in the future during public meetings about the 14(c)3 land process this fall.
Section 14(c)3 of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) requires village corporations to provide for the needs and expansion of communities. These 14(c)3 lands are to be used for community expansion and amenities such as roads, schools, clinics and recreation areas. They may also be used for housing if the village decides that’s what is needed.
As this issue of the Kuskokwim Drift reaches your doorstep, snow is already on the ground and winter is settling in. It’s the perfect time to reflect on a busy summer and fall and look forward to everything the coming months will bring.