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AVCP Executive Board Letter to Tribes

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YK Regional Tribal Projects showcased in the Federal Lands Highway Annual Report

AVCP Transportation Department’s projects in Kongiganak and Eek, Alaska are showcased in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Annual Report – Federal Lands Highway 2015 – The Year in Review. The board road projects at Eek and Kongiganak (on page 6 […]

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8th Annual Children’s Fair 2016

  As part of recognizing April as Child Abuse Awareness Month, AVCP participated in the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC)’s 8th Annual Children’s Fair in Bethel. It was held Friday, April 1, 2016 at the Moravian Church Hall from 4pm to […]

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TWC Yukegtaaq Celebration honors region’s Emerging Leaders including AVCP Tribal Transportation Director Clarence Daniel

The Tundra Women’s Coalition (TWC) held the 14th Annual Yukegtaaq Celebration at the Yupiit Piciryarait Cultural Center. The celebration honors emerging leaders within the region who are making outstanding contributions and positive impacts within their communities. This years Yukegtaaq honorees […]

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Ayaprun Elitnaurvik Grand Opening at the Kipusvik building after fire

Ayaprun Elitnaurvik Yup’ik Immersion School opened its doors to students in the Kipusvik Building on March 15, 2016 with a Grand Opening ceremony. The students had been temporarily housed in the LKSD District Office & Gladys Jung Elementary buildings ever […]

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AVCP Receives Alaska Engineering Excellence Honor Award for YK Freight Energy Corridor Project

AVCP and CH2MHill won an Engineering Excellence Honor award from the Alaska Engineering Societies at the 2016 Engineer’s week held in Anchorage, Alaska. The Honor Award was awarded for the Yukon to Kuskokwim Freight and Energy Corridor Study. The plan […]

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Kwethluk Community Marches for Sobriety

The Kwethluk community Students, Parents, Teachers, IRA Members including AVCP Representatives & VPSO’s, State Troopers and Police Officers from Kwethluk, Akiachak and Akiak held a march for sobriety. Many held signs Against Alcoholism and drug-abuse with the leading message saying […]

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Letter to Tribal Councils: By-Law Convention in June

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U.S. Senators visit the village of Oscarville and hold a Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee in Bethel, AK

  On February 15, 2016, AVCP and the federally recognized tribe of Oscarville was host to the United States Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. This Committee is chaired by Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski. The visitors to Oscarville included […]

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