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K.I.D.S Clothing

We have received a big shipment of K.I.D.S. clothing, which consists of child/youth lightweight sports jackets from Cook Inlet Tribal Council! They come in most sizes and are what might be considered by some, ‘boy’ colors. Please stop by our office and pick up a jacket for your child or children just in time for Spring!

Thanks for Taking Our Tribal Transportation Program Survey!

Val Eppler won the prize!

All you had to do to win was come into the Knik Tribal Council office
and take the Tribal Transportation Program Survey!
100 surveys were mailed out as well and one lucky participant won the backpack full of goods!
Thank you to everyone who submited your survey by October 4th, 2013 by 5p.m. at the Knik Tribal Office.

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Knik Tribe and our neighbors will live in a community of opportunity and prosperity, with healthy families, cultural pride and diversity.


To promote successful self-determination and cultural awareness for our members and our community through better living conditions, education, wellness and hard work.

Walking The Red R.O.A.D

Don't miss Saturday, September 28th from 11a.m.-3p.m. Project Ki'l (Kul'uh) is having a Pow Wow at Begich Middle School! Food, games and more! See flyer for more details.
Project Ki'l (Kul'uh) Pow Wow Flyer

Here is the calander events for the month of September!
Walking The Red R.O.A.D Flyer

School Supplies and Backpacks

School is starting next week! KTC is going to continue our support of Alaska Native and American Indian students with Backpacks and School Supplies; from August 12th – 14th, 9:00am - 4:00 pm at our tribal offices on 951 E. Bogard Rd. in Wasilla. We are proud to continue this support and look forward to meeting you and your family.

Dental Opening Soon at The Valley Native Primary Care Center

The Benteh Nuutah Valley Native Primary Care Center Dental is opening August 6, 2013!
The services available are exams, cleanings and fillings.
Business hours are Tuesday through Friday from 8am to 6am.
VNPCC Dental flyer

Knik Shan Qayeh 2013

Knik Tribal Council Education and Social Services Department is now accepting applications for Summer Fish Camp! This is a very exciting time of year.

Middle School Group:  This is for the kids who are in ANSEP and eligible to participate in our Culture Camp:
Knik Tribal Council would like to congratulate you for being selected for the Mat-Su Borough School District’s Summer Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program. You are invited to apply to become a counselor for our summer culture Fish Camp named Knik Shan Qayeh. The camp dates are Monday, July 22nd through Friday, August 2nd.

The first week of camp involves learning the life cycles of salmon and how to traditionally process the fish. Southcentral Foundation will partner with us addressing curriculum on bullying in schools. The second week you will be assigned to a teacher and serve as youth counselors for elementary students participating in the culture camp.

Elementary School Group:
Knik Tribal Council would like to invite you to apply to our summer culture Fish Camp named Knik Shan Qayeh. We have expanded the number of participants to 100 Alaska native or American Indian students entering grades 1st-6th in the fall of 2013. The camp dates are from Monday, July 29th through Friday, August 2nd. Most of our activities will take place at our Educational Fish site at the end of Knik Goose Bay road. Our focus will be on the life cycles of salmon and how to traditionally process the fish.

Applications for the camp are available at the two separate links below and at our office located at 951 East Bogard Road, Suite 101, Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. Acceptance will be on a first come first serve basis. Completed applications are due June 22nd, 2013. We look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions, please contact Shawna Theodore at 373-7965. Thank you!

Middle School Application
Elementary School Application

Knik Shan Qayeh Flyer

Knik Shan Qayeh Orientation

KTC's Job Club

July 18th is the next Job Club meeting.

The Employment & Training Department at the Knik Tribal Council (KTC) would like to invite those seeking employment opportunities to attend our inaugural KTC Job Club forum, December 6th at the KTC main office from 2-4pm. This forum will be an opportunity for each participant to develop employment plans; mock interviews, resume development, and personal development.

The Job forum creation is an effort to improved employment referrals, and an opportunity to collaborate our needs with the perspective employees of KTC and its partners. KTC has a vested interest in assisting the community members in their endeavors to find careers and success and feel the Job Club could be the determining factor in that success.

If you have any question about the upcoming Job Club forum please feel free to contact Kevin Toothaker or Shawna Theodore at ktoothaker(at) or stheodore(at)

Job Club dates are on May 16th, June 6th and 20th, July 4th and 18th from 2p.m. to 4p.m. in the confrenece room here at Knik Tribal Council.

Native It's Your Game Project

Do you have a child age 12-14?

The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium is evaluating the effectiveness of the online health curriculum called Native It’s Your Game for Alaska Native/American Indian youth ages 12-14 as part of a research study.

Youth would participate in one of two multi-media games: either the It’s Your Game Curriculum (relationships & peer pressure) or another Health Science Curriculum (facts of substance abuse, health education topics; nutrition, hearing).

July 15th-19th, 12:30 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Wasilla Middle School

If you have questions or are interested in enrolling your child(ren) please contact us at 907-729-4566 or

Here is the Native It's Your Game Flyer for the Wasilla area.   Wasilla Native It's Your Game

Here is an Interest Form we would like to encourage you to fill out!   Interest Form

5th Annual Family Tribal Celebration & Health Fair

Come join KTC, Chickaloon, and Eklutna for some fun and food in the Raven Hall at the Alaska State Fair Grounds on Saturday, June 15th from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
There will be drumming & dancing, health fair vedors, children's activities, tribal presentations, craft tables and door prizes!

5th Annual Family Tribal Celebration & Health Fair Flyer

Why Not Tri

Wasilla's very own triathlon!

Why Not Tri is proud to announce the third year of their great race and second year of their kids triathlon! They are proud to be a nonprofit organization that benefits Lou Gehrig's Disease (ALS). Mark your calendars for the June 15, 2013 race day!! 

They know volunteers are the backbone of the event and need roughly 175 volunteers to fill all the necessary positions/time slots. Due to other events being hosted on the same weekend, they are experiencing a low volume of volunteers for the race this year. Why Not Tri sincerely ask you to consider joining other members of our community to work together to provide Wasilla with another great triathlon experience! Check out our web site to learn more about the race and register for any of their much need volunteer positions. Race day time slots are June 15 from 7:30am-10:45am, 10:30am-1:45pm and 1:30pm-4:45pm.

National Child Abuse Prevention

Visit the 2013 National Child Abuse Prevention Month website to help you prepare for Prevention Month in April. You'll find the latest resources and outreach materials on engaging communities and strengthening families.
The site features:

  • Preventing Child Maltreatment and Promoting Well Being: Network for Action 2013 Resource Guide, a guide to help service providers strengthen families using the six protective factors.  
  • Tip sheets—in English and Spanish—that can be distributed to parents and caregivers and address concerns including stress management, raising grandchildren, connecting with teens, and more.
  • Three calendars—one each for prevention programs, parents, and community partners—provide suggestions for protective factors-related activities for the month of April.  
  • Our new prevention video gallery features videos from our national child abuse prevention partners.
  • Child Abuse Prevention Month widgets can be posted on your website to help promote the initiative.  
  • The Online Media Toolkit provides media strategies to help your organization or community partnerships spread the word about events, reach potential supporters, and build relationships.

Bookmark the site today:

Partnership with Mat-Su Borough School District

KTC is hosting the Mat-Su Borough School District’s Assistant Director of Federal Programs, Marci Orth, once a week at our tribal offices. This is an effort to increase the School district’s availability to our Tribal Members for any concerns or questions they may have about their children’s education.

Thursdays are when Marci expects to be here. She will be here in the mornings and as needed throughout the school year. KTC appreciates this partnership and is honored to be a partner in the education of our tribal members’ children.

Anthony Keller saves life of little girl

On October 2, 2011 in Kenai, Alaska at the Quality Inn a 5 year old little girl was in the hottub with her guardian. The guardian looked away for a moment and the little girl submerged. She was motionless when they pulled her from the hot tub with a blue complexion. She was also not breathing. During the commotion a man attempted to give CPR.

Anthony Keller was outside and came in to see what was taking place and he noticed the man was not giving correct CPR. Anthony went into action and took control of the scene stating “I’m trained in CPR”. Anthony began giving the 30 compressions to the little girl. These compressions pushed the fluid from the little girls’ lungs and then he gave 2 rescue breaths. At that point the little girl began to gasp and color returned to her face.

Investigating officer Jeff Whannell of the Kenai Police Department reported this event..

I had the pleasure of conducting a CPR/ AED/First Aid class this past August and one of my students went on to save a life.