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Happy #ThrowbackThursday TKC Shareholders! We were recently digging around in the Kuskokwim Drift archives and found this gem from November 1986. Who from the Napaimute Hoffman clan do you recognize? #tbt ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy autumn everyone! I hope everyone is doing well and continuing to practice social distancing.
Let’s do a #TKCphotocontest!
In the comments post a photo of your fall harvest, or something that represents fall 🍂 Picture with the most likes/reacts will win some TKC swag and will be featured in our next newsletter.
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Aria John helping out with the moose heart
Awesome pic. Thank You. 🤗
Red berries, August 2020
Sept 4, 2020 In the photo is Hank T Aloysius with the Kalskag Hill on our way home for a nice boat ride
9/17/2020 after the rain pass while getting wood.
First day of moose hunting 2020. Karson spelt out his name with rocks right across from Oskawalik (sp?) and also found a huge heart rock. He said he found it because he has a huge kind heart.❤
Dean and Tracy filled her Tier II permit 9/14/2020
Peyton Gusty-Olanna. Picking black berries/crow berries. Daughter of Rae Rae Olanna of Shishmaref. Logan Gusty of Stony River. This year Peyton have picked 2 gallons of cow berries. More if you count the ones she ate! #2020
Michael Sakar’s moose catch, Sept 2 2020
If only there were any signs of fall in Arizona mid-september and still 110 degrees🙄🙄🙄🥵🥵🥵
The Kuskokwim Educational Foundation (KEF) is a private foundation with a mission to contribute to the future of our region by providing effective educational assistance in order for students to obtain the tools, knowledge and skills to become successful and contributing members of their communities. In our pursuit of higher education and training, KEF has provided more than $650,000 to shareholders and Yukon Kuskokwim region Alaskans since its inception. A Board of Directors oversees the Read More …