NTC Regular Council Meeting
The next NTC Council Meeting will be on Friday, March 14th at 10:00 AM.
NTC council meetings are not open to members of the public unless they are an invited guest, and all Ninilchik tribal members are invited to observe any regular council meeting.
Three $100 door prizes are given out to tribal members in attendance at each regular meeting!
- Arrive early to be seated before meeting commences.
- Observers and invited guests are not allowed to interrupt proceedings unless they are invited to contribute during a scheduled presentation or a question and answer session.
- Attendees must turn off mobile devices and maintain proper decorum during proceedings.
Tahyiga Book Club
The Tahyiga Book Club meets monthly to discuss contemporary world and Alaskan literature focusing on indigenous peoples and cultural identity issues. The book club is a free activity for those who join and up to 10 members receive a free book a month!
This month we will be discussing Mutant Message Down Under by Marlo Morgan.
2014 Ninilchik Community Health Fair
The Ninilchik Health Fair offers free health education and screening. Come have your blood pressure taken or talk with a nurse. There is also low-cost, high quality blood testing for adults 18 years and older to help you stay current with your health needs! The fair will offer information on many topics and fun health activities such as:
- Cancer education
- Physical Therapy
- Smoking Cessation
- Vision & Eye Health
- Yoga Demonstrations
- Using “Pip” (Patient Information Portal)
- Women & Heart Disease
- And more! There is something for everyone from kids to adults!
The health fair is put on by the Ninilchik Traditional Council with the Alaska Health Fair, Inc. and the United Way.
Ninilchik Village Tribe and the Ninilchik Traditional Council
The Ninilchik Village Tribe is the modern Alaska Native tribe of the southern Kenai Peninsula. Its descendants trace their roots from ancient peoples within its tribal boundaries. The tribe’s governing organization, the Ninilchik Traditional Council (NTC), is the presiding body over tribal affairs and maintaining tribal sovereignty.
Headquartered in Ninilchik, the Ninilchik Traditional Council provides services and outreach for both tribal members and the public residing in tribal boundaries. Along with its ongoing mission to promote the sovereignty, wellbeing, and cultural identity of the Ninilchik tribe’s people for generations to come, the organization also publicly strives to:
- Encourage the environmental stewardship of lands within tribal boundaries.
- Promote access to health, education, and family resources.
- Foster positive community development and civic projects.
- Contribute to the growth of the southern Kenai Peninsula’s local economy.
- and Support the culture and arts of local communities.
For more information on business locations, hours, and contact details please see the Contact page.
Sales solicitations of any media not concerning NTC or tribal business or affairs are prohibited at all NTC locations and facilities. Violators will be reported.