The Native Village of Napaimute
P.O. Box 1301
Bethel, Alaska 99559
2020 Native Village of Napaimute COVID Energy Assistance Program
The Napaimute Traditional Council would like to offer Napaimute Tribal Members & qualifying employees a one-time assistance for Energy needs from CARES Act Funding (US Treasury). Recipients must choose (1) of the options below:
Firewood (Bags or Bundle) – deliveries to Bethel, Kalskag, or Aniak:
• 2 x bags of firewood ……or
• 1 Bundle of logs (to be cut by recipient)
Payment to Utility Company for Heating Oil, Natural Gas: – up to $600 (paid directly to Utility, credited to customer account).
• Provide Name of Utility Company/Organization
• Customer Account Number _____ _____ _____ _____.
Contact Stan Kelly: email@example.com
The Napaimute Traditional Council has approved the Napaimute Application for COVID-19 Emergency Assistance. Download the application to complete.
EFFECTIVE: September 22, 2020
ELIGIBILITY PERIOD: March 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020 Napaimute Application for COVID-19 Emergency Assistance 2020 FINAL
APPLICATION: One application per household
NEED FOR ASSISTANCE DOCUMENTATION IS REQUIRED (see application for more details)
All households are required to complete the Assistance Documentation Form for assistance and are required to provide applicable support to demonstrate the impact by COVID-19.
On April 24, 2019, the Economic Development Administration (EDA), awarded the Napaimute a $ Economic Adjustment Assistance grant to purchase a Landing Craft Mechanized (LCM). Christened by the village as the Nukalpiaq, a word that means “good provider,” the 75-foot LCM, also know as a Mike Boat, now enables the village to safely and efficiently deliver its product to customers. The village put the Nukalpiaq, which is equipped with a hydraulic telescoping deck crane to load and unload cargo, into service earlier this year. The boat has been busy ever since.
READ ON! 🙂
Please click here to view final agenda for the 2020 NVN Annual Meeting:
2020-NVN-ANNUAL-MTG-AGENDA-FINAL (Zoom link edited)
Hope to see you there!
COVID Support Specialist – CARES Act (One position opened) – Accepting Applications until 10/29
Previous experience working with Napaimute programs preferred. Willingness to collaborate with Co-COVID
Support Specialist, and with Business Development & Compliance Manager to meet goals.
How to Apply: Send a resume (and cover letter if desired) to Stanley Kelly, Business Development & Compliance Manager
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org , Fax: 1-855-270-2002, or mail PO Box 352 Aniak, AK 99557.
COVID Support Specialist – CARES Act 20_05
Click here to read about long time NVN employee Jacob Wise who recently passed:
Jake from State Farm
Long-time NVN President Devron Hellings accepts her retirement gift at the 2019 Annual Meeting
2020 Native Village of Napaimute Annual Meeting & Election Notice
The Napaimute Traditional Council has set the date for the 2020 Native Village of Napaimute Annual Meeting and Council Elections for October 31, 2020.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic this year’s meeting will be held using the Zoom Platform.
There are two seats open for election:
Seat A – 3 year term – currently held by Stanley Kelly
Seat C – 3 year term – currently held by Rachelle Rohde
Tribal Members over the age of 18 who are interested in running for one of these seats must submit their intent to run notice by the close of business October 10th. Please do not nominate others – only submit if you are interested in running yourself and indicate which seat you are running for. Submissions may be made via email to: email@example.com or by regular mail.
Click here to view the NVN Election Ordinance:
Tribal Election Ordinance
Coronavirus Relief Fund Information for Tribes Attached is a one-page overview of the CARES Act rules for tribes. The Treasury has been clear that all assistance has to be tied to need and COVID-19.
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