CIRI 2014 01

Day: January 31, 2014

Business News

New Kenai Fjords Tours vessel to join fleet

Every summer, tourists and Alaskans alike flock to Seward looking for an unparalleled experience on the waters of Resurrection Bay and deep within Kenai Fjords ...
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Business News

Utility project to bring development opportunities to south Anchorage

Shareholders living in Anchorage may have noticed some recent activity on a couple of CIRI owned parcels this past month.
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A Word from the President

A word from the president, January 2014

As CIRI embarks on a new year, I'm excited about the prospects of building on the foundation of cooperation and collaboration that helped define 2013 ...
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Shareholder and Descendant Spotlight

Spotlight: Josh Brown

Don't let anyone tell Josh Brown he can't fight a god; he's already tried. Competing at 132.2 pounds, the smallest men's judo weight class, Brown, ...
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Save The Date

SAVE THE DATE: 2014 Junior Native Youth Olympic Games Alaska

2014 Junior Native Youth Olympic Games Alaska February 14 – 16, 2014 Begich Middle School, Anchorage Admission is free. To learn more, visit www.citci.org.
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Business News

CIRI Alaska Tourism’s Seward Windsong Lodge rated top Seward hotel in 2013!

Alaska Tour & Travel announced CIRI Alaska Tourism's (CATC) Seward Windsong Lodge as the top rated Seward hotel in 2013 as selected by their clients. ...
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Volunteers Needed

Big Brothers, Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) is seeking volunteers to mentor youth. Please consider becoming a Big Brother or Big Sister, playing a positive role and ...
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Nonprofit News

Alaska Native Heritage Center prepares for educational expansion

Hosting more than one million visitors and over 200,000 school children since opening in May 1999, the Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC) is expanding to ...
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Business News

Board write-in candidate information due Feb. 20

Shareholders interested in running for the CIRI Board of Directors as a write-in candidate, including those individuals not selected for the Board recommended slate, will ...
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Nonprofit News

Alaskans can easily donate to CIRI nonprofits when applying for the PFD

Pick.Click.Give. allows Alaskans to share their Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) with the causes they care about. When completing the PFD application, Alaska residents can support ...
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Did You Know?

Tribally-sponsored health insurance now available

The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) has introduced a pilot program to offer tribally-sponsored health insurance in Alaska on a limited trial basis, making ...
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Shareholder News

Alaska Native people encouraged to apply for the Affordable Care Act Exemption

The Affordable Care Act's (ACA) Indian Status Exemption application is now available for Alaska Native people who want to be eligible for potential benefits and ...
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Shareholder News

Wedding announcement

CIRI shareholder Dale Edward Rude married Camryn Jory Swearingin on July 25, 2013, in Wasilla, Alaska.
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Dividend Distributions

Important shareholder reminders

CIRI’s IRS Forms 1099 will be mailed to shareholders no later than Jan. 31, 2014. The CIRI Board is expected to set the dates of ...
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Dividend Distributions

First quarter 2014 Elders’ Trust payment

The CIRI Elders' Settlement Trust mandates quarterly payments of $450 per eligible Elder for as long as the trust has assets available to make the ...
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Shareholder News

Stock Will Prize Winner, December 2013

The winner of the December 2013 $200 Stock Will Participation Prize is Suzanne Kay Urban, and Chet Landon King is the winner of the 2013 ...
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CIRI News

The CIRI Foundation delivers first grants in new program to support art, culture

An ancient art form now experiencing a resurgence among Alaska Native people; a group of master artists passing their knowledge on to a new generation: ...
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In Memory

In memory, January 2014

View the obituaries of shareholders who have recently passed away.
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