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News and Updates from Seldovia Village Tribe, SVT Health & Wellness and the Seldovia Bay Ferry.

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Seldovia Village Tribe is privileged to be able to support foster and adoptive families through our Family and Youth Services. Many thanks to those who have taken on the challenges and blessings of caring for and raising children in need. ... See MoreSee Less

Seldovia Village Tribe is privileged to be able to support foster and adoptive families through our Family and Youth Services.  Many thanks to those who have taken on the challenges and blessings of caring for and raising children in need.

Our staff members in Seldovia had a great time hosting a Pumpkin Patch on the Tribe's deck last Friday. Winter decided to show up, too!

Back row (left to right): Juan Botero - Custodian, Priscilla Botero - Accountant, Honeybee Nordenson - Housing Coordinator, John McInnes - Information Technology

Front row (left to right): Shannon Custer - Youth and Family Services, Crystal Collier - Seldovia Village Tribe President and CEO, Courtney Collier - Marketing Assistant and Seldovia Bay Ferry Manager, Gwyneth Hanson - Community Services Assistant
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Our staff members in Seldovia had a great time hosting a Pumpkin Patch on the Tribes deck last Friday.  Winter decided to show up, too!

Back row (left to right):  Juan Botero - Custodian, Priscilla Botero - Accountant, Honeybee Nordenson - Housing Coordinator, John McInnes - Information Technology

Front row (left to right):  Shannon Custer - Youth and Family Services, Crystal Collier - Seldovia Village Tribe President and CEO, Courtney Collier - Marketing Assistant and Seldovia Bay Ferry Manager, Gwyneth Hanson - Community Services Assistant

Monday Plenary with Elder & ANCSA at 50 Keynotes ... See MoreSee Less

Indigenous Peoples' Day recognizes the resilience and diversity of the Alaska Native Community. Signed into Alaska State law in 2017, this is a day to learn, observe, reflect, create, and connect with our Alaska Native history and heritage. This Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we encourage you to learn something new about Alaska Native and American Indian people and the ancestral lands we live and work on every day.

This is the homeland of the Alutiiq/Sugpiaq and Dena’ina Athabascan people and we acknowledge all the tribes of the Kachemak Bay Area. It is with gratefulness that we are all able to live in this land together, while also celebrating the uniqueness of our individual cultures.
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Indigenous Peoples Day recognizes the resilience and diversity of the Alaska Native Community. Signed into Alaska State law in 2017, this is a day to learn, observe, reflect, create, and connect with our Alaska Native history and heritage. This Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we encourage you to learn something new about Alaska Native and American Indian people and the ancestral lands we live and work on every day.

This is the homeland of the Alutiiq/Sugpiaq and Dena’ina Athabascan people and we acknowledge all the tribes of the Kachemak Bay Area.  It is with gratefulness that we are all able to live in this land together, while also celebrating the uniqueness of our individual cultures.

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LOVE those baskets! You are my tribal family. I wish I was not so far away.

Please consider opening your home to a child and your heart to a family. You can make the difference in a family’s life. To learn more about how to become a foster parent, contact the Alaska Center for Resource Families toll free at 1-800-478-7307 or visit www.acrf.org/foster. ... See MoreSee Less

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Culture and Traditions Film Project

Seldovia Bay Ferry Dock Refurbishment Project

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