AUKE BAY COMMERCIAL DOCK – JUNEAU ALASKA
EMERGENCY LIFE RAFT DEPLOYMENT TRAINING
SURVIVAL SUIT TRAINING
GPS CHART PLOTTER
WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE ON RADAR – LITTLE BLIP ABOVE THE DOTTED LINE
ARRIVING AT KODIAK
3955 GALLONS OF FUEL WERE PURCHASED TO MAKE THE TRIP
KODIAK LARGE BOAT HARBOR
AUXILLARY FUEL TANKS NEEDED TO CARRY ENOUGH FUEL BETWEEN REFUELING STOPS
LAUNDRY DAY WITH OUR 5 GAL BUCKET WASHING MACHINE
SATELLITE PHONE & INTERNET ANTENA
CHECKING THE WEATHER ON THE LCMS INTERNET SYSTEM
FISHING FOR DINNER IN BECHEVIN BAY
CHECKING OILS IN ENGINES & TRANSMISSIONS
ENGINEER DID ENGINE ROOM CHECKS EVERY 4 HOURS
TIRED SKIPPER GILLIKIN – DAN & I DROVE IN 4 TO 6 HOUR SHIFTS 24 HRS A DAY FOR SEVERAL DAYS
PLOTTING A COURSE ACROSS THE GULF OF ALASKA TO KODIAK – 55 HRS NON-STOP
OSCAR THE ENGINEER DOES DOUBLE DUTY AS COOK
PRACTISING COVID 19 PRECAUTIONS WHILE IN VARIOUS PORTS AND WHILE MEASURING FUEL CONSUMPTION
FALSE PASS – THE FIRST PASSAGE BETWEEN THE PACIFIC OCEAN & THE BERING SEA
ENTERING THE ROUGH BERING SEA
KEEPING THE LASHING GEAR TIGHT IN ROUGH WEATHER
COMING UP ON CAPE NEWENHAM AT THE SOUTHERN SIDE OF KUSKOKWIM BAY
ANCHORED FOR THE NIGHT IN SECURITY COVE AFTER A ROUGH BERING SEA CROSSING
6.20.20 TWELVE SIXTEEN AM SUNSET OVER THE KUSKOKWIM
NUKALPIAQ COMES COMPLETE WITH SHOWER & TOILET
MANY VESSELS OF ALL TYPES WERE SEEN ALONG THE WAY
THE BEAUTIFUL COAST OF ALASKA
ARRIVING AT NAPAIMUTE
NEW HOME PORT
RESTING AT HOME AFTER A LONG 19 DAY JOURNEY
The proposed project for the ICDBG CARES grant is to develop a Tiny Home Package that allows a safe and adequate place to isolate and quarantine people who travel into each community, which is essential to controlling and stopping the spread of COVID 19. The package will include the necessary components and directions to make the Tiny Home an appropriate dwelling for our region: the home will be high-efficiency energy rated able to be heated with a small Toyo direct vent heater, with HRV (heat recovery ventilation). To complete the project, we will need to procure the necessary equipment to meet the new demand efficiently and we will need to disseminate information to villages and build a demonstration home in Bethel for people to see what a tiny house is.
Position Opening: Environmental Department Coordinator; Full time, Permanent (40hrs. /wk.)
Description: The Native Village of Napaimute Environmental Department is seeking a multi-discipline position to support its program of work in the Environmental Department.
Position: NVN Community Manager
Salary Range: $18 – $24 per hour
Employment Status: Seasonal, non-exempt
Hours per Week: 37.5 hours per week
Description of Duties:
Responsible for overall maintenance and proper operation of all assets owned by the Native Village of Napaimute in the original village site and surrounding tribally-owned lands in accordance with NVN policies and procedures. This includes operation and maintenance of all physical grounds, buildings, equipment, facilities, and supporting infrastructure such as boats, the community building, the airfield, the landfill, etc. Also manage the home site program, gas sales/inventory and equipment rental program.
For more information or to request an application please call 907.545.2877 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Native Village of Napaimute is applying for an ICDBG grant for economic development related to the Napaimute Enterprises firewood and timber project. The new ICDBG grant will make the project site safer by providing internet, water, and shelter, upgrading some equipment and involving youth 18-24. The tribe is requesting comments, input, and suggestions for the grant application.
Please send all correspondence to email@example.com
Follow the link for more information or to report a contaminated site.
PLEASE NOTE: The Public Record is available for review at the Native Village of Napaimute Aniak office during normal business hours.
JOB TITLE: Spirit Camp Director / Youth Activities Coordinator
SALARY RANGE: $25-$30/ hour DOE
STATUS: PART TIME – TEMPORARY
For more information or to request an application please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 545-2877
Applications may also be picked up in person at the Aniak or Bethel offices.
Open until filled.
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