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Lunchtime Chats with Tlingit & Haida

Date: May 28, 2020

Time: Noon – 1 PM (AKST)
Topic: Educational Assistance Programs & Services
Location: Facebook @ www.facebook.com/ccthita

Join us during the lunch hour for our Lunchtime Chats with Tlingit & Haida! The weekly Lunchtime Chats are hosted by President Richard Chalyee Éesh Peterson every Thursday on Tlingit & Haida’s Facebook page as an opportunity to share information with tribal citizens on Tlingit & Haida’s recent and upcoming activities, programs and services. Each Lunchtime Chat session will include a Q&A period and close with a random door prize drawing. If you are unable to join us online, each session will be recorded and posted to Tlingit & Haida’s YouTube channel.

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Fatherhood Is Sacred Sessions®

Date: Thursdays (May 21 - August 13, 2020)

Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location: Virtual Zoom Room

There is no role in life more important than being a parent...The Fatherhood is Sacred® (FIS) program is a 12-week class that brings fathers together for fun activities and discussions designed to guide them in teaching and raising children to develop the potential and attributes needed for success in life. The program provides fathers (whether married, widowed, single or divorced) with the understanding of the Sacredness of being a father and the importance of Alaska Native/Native American heritage and how it applies to each father in the past, present and future. Child care, field trips and meals are postponed until in-person classes resume.

To register or for more information, contact Justin McDonald at 907.463.7197 or jmcdonald@ccthita-nsn.gov.

Class Survey

Our Cultural Heritage & Education department is conducting a survey to determine the interest level in potential classes and how to best structure and offer classes. The survey will run for four weeks and will include an option to enter a random drawing that will be held at the end of the survey period, as an incentive for respondents. We are committed to providing cultural education opportunities to tribal citizens and welcomes your feedback!

Take the Survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/THclasses

For more information, please contact Cultural Program Coordinator Miriah Twitchell at 907.463.7129 or mtwitchell@ccthita-nsn.gov.

 

Navigators Virtual Study Group

Are you needing some help studying for Math or English? Tlingit & Haida’s Navigators program has setup a virtual Zoom room for their study group! One-on-one tutoring sessions are available to tribal citizen students (6th-12th grade).

For security purposes, students must contact Navigators to obtain a link and passcode.

For more information on the Navigators program,
call 907.463.7752 or email Navigators@ccthita-nsn.gov.

 

Rural Southeast Alaska Food & Sundries Drive

Tlingit & Haida is following the lead of others and has setup collection sites at five locations in Juneau to receive donations of food and sundry supplies to support rural Southeast Alaska communities and residents affected by the lack of ferry service. Monetary donations are also being accepted by calling Davida in Finance at 907.463.7703.

Juneau Collection Sites

  • Super Bear Supermarket (9103 Mendenhall Mall Rd)

  • Fred Meyer (8181 Glacier Hwy)
  • OfficeMax (8745 Glacier Hwy #103 Nugget Mall)

Please consider helping those in need and take this opportunity to make a donation.

For more information, call 907.463.7142 or email jhasselquist@ccthita-nsn.gov.

Gunalchéesh, Háw’aa for supporting our rural Southeast Alaska communities!

2020 Native Issues Forums

Tlingit & Haida and partner tribal organizations are pleased to host the 2020 Native Issues Forum series! The Native Issues Forum series will kick off on February 3, 2020 at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall in Juneau, Alaska.

Scheduled Forums:

February 3: Juneau Delegation (Legislative Update)

February 17: Remembering Elizabeth Peratrovich

March 2: Alaska Marine Highway System

March 20: 2020 Census

March 30: TBD

 

The forums are a great opportunity to hear reports and presentations on a wide range of topics important to our Native community. Lunch is provided and all forums are free and open to the public. If you are unable to attend in person, please join us via live webcast at www.livestream.com/accounts/507620.

For more information, call 907.463.7142 or email the Office of the President.

 

Spring 2020 Study Group

Date: Mondays & Wednesdays (thru May 13)

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Vocational Training & Resource Center (3239 Hospital Drive - Juneau, AK)

Are you looking to maintain good grades or need some help studying? Tlingit & Haida’s Navigators program is ready to help you buckle down and get the most out of the school year! Spring Study Group sessions will begin in January and run through May every Monday & Wednesday (4:30 – 6:30PM) at the Vocational Training & Resource Center in Juneau. If you have a student that needs help studying, we have tutors available! Sessions are open to all tribal citizen students (6th-12th grade).

For more information, call 907.463.7752 or email Navigators@ccthita-nsn.gov.

Motherhood Is Sacred Sessions

Date: Mondays (January 6 - March 30, 2020)

Time: 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Location: TANF Office (3075 Vintage Blvd. - Juneau, AK)

A new 12-week session of the Motherhood Is Sacred™ program begins in January 2020! Sessions are held every Monday and are designed to strengthen families through guided discussions on responsible parenting and will explore topics on choice, wisdom, self-identity, and relationships.

To signup, contact Crystal Christiansen at 907.463.7167 or Marianna Bethel at 907.463.7161.

 

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