CIRI 2015 07

Day: July 29, 2015

Shareholder News

A Village Visit: Seldovia

Throughout 2015, this newsletter will showcase a series of profiles on the seven ANCSA-certified villages in the Cook Inlet region. We’ll take a look at …

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Nonprofit News

Kenaitze Tribe breaks ground on Elder Center

Kenaitze Indian Tribe leaders celebrated the recent groundbreaking of the Tribe’s new Tyotkas Elder Center during a ceremony at the future home of the building.

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Business News

CIRI Services Corporation names new president

The Board of Directors for CIRI’s wholly-owned design/build construction subsidiary, CIRI Services Corporation (CSC), is pleased to announce the selection of Jared Edgar as the company’s new president, effective June 17.

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Opportunity Knocks

Reminder: Youth deadlines approaching

Don’t miss your opportunity to enter the CIRI youth art contest or to apply to be a CIRI youth representative!

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Business News

Not your average oil change

You won’t find a Qwik Lube on Fire Island. When you need an oil change at CIRI’s wind energy project just off the coast of Anchorage, you have to call a pro and charter a plane.

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Award Announcement

Winner’s circle

To increase participation in certain programs, CIRI holds periodic prize drawings from the names of those enrolled who meet certain criteria and have a current mailing address with CIRI.

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Save The Date

TCF sponsors Anchorage Museum conversations

Sponsored in part by a grant from The CIRI Foundation, the Curated Conversations program will host and document a number of discussions relevant to northern people and places.

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Satisfy your CIRIosity!

Now you can connect with CIRI in an exciting new way! CIRIosity is the new podcast that takes you behind the scenes to hear the stories and voices of CIRI’s history, businesses, shareholders and descendants.

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Did You Know?

Shareholder cyber security

How do you protect yourself from cyber criminals without avoiding the internet entirely? Sounds like a difficult task, but by using some simple guidelines, you can still enjoy the convenience of online shopping, banking and trip-planning without over-exposing yourself to online threats.

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