Raven's Circle

Shareholder Newsletter

Shape Our Future

Why is the 2020 census important? The data gathered will provide vital information to leaders in your school, your Tribal and local village governments, and businesses for use in community planning.

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Friendship Potlatches

View images from the 2019 Friendship Potlatches, held Oct. 13 in Kenai, Alaska; Oct. 20 in Anchorage, Alaska; and Nov. 9 in Puyallup, Wash.

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In Memory

View the obituaries of shareholders who have recently passed away.

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Wells Fargo Check Cashing Fees

Wells Fargo typically charges a $7.50 fee to individuals who do not have a Wells Fargo bank account but wish to cash a check issued from a Wells Fargo bank account. That fee is waived for checks issued by CIRI or the CIRI Settlement Trust.

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Descendant Spotlight: Piper Tolbert

With a background in political science, a heart to help and a passion for activism, it doesn’t seem too far-fetched that CIRI descendant Piper Tolbert could one day hold the highest office in the land.

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A Word from the President

For those of you who turned out for either of our recent Potlatches, held Oct. 13 in Kenai, Alaska, and Oct. 20 in Anchorage, thank you! I truly value our time together and the traditions we share.

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Board Corner

Welcome to the inaugural Board Corner! This will be a regular feature over the next several months, as it will give our shareholders a chance to better know their Board, both as a group and as individuals.

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2020 Board Election

The CIRI Nominating Committee is seeking CIRI shareholders interested in nomination to the 2020 CIRI Board of Directors’ candidate slate.

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Alaska Native Justice Center

Through culturally based advocacy, prevention and intervention initiatives, the Alaska Native Justice Center works to restore dignity, respect and humanity to all Native peoples.

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CIRI in the Community

The Heart Walk is the American Heart Association’s premier event for raising funds to save lives from this country’s No. 1 and No. 5 killers—heart disease and stroke.

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