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Delegation Announces Grants to Alaska Programs June 8

Washington, D.C. - The Alaska Congressional Delegation is pleased to announce the following grants:

Institute of Museum and Library Services

  • $56,000 to the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation in Barrow
  • $7,000 to Ahtna Incorporated in Anchorage
  • $7,000 to Anvik Village
  • $6,000 to the Native Village of Napaimute
  • $7,000 to the Native Village of Cantwell
  • $7,000 to Chickaloon Native Village
  • $7,000 to the Native Village of Chignik Lagoon
  • $7,000 to the Craig Tribal Association
  • $7,000 to the Curyung Tribal Council in Dillingham
  • $6,000 to the Native Village of Eagle
  • $7,000 to Gwichyaa Zhee Gwich’in in Fort Yukon
  • $6,000 to Galena Village
  • $7,000 to the Organized Village of Grayling
  • $7,000 to the Chilkat Indian Village in Haines
  • $7,000 to the Chilkoot Indian Association in Haines
  • $7,000 to Holy Cross Village
  • $7,000 to the Hoonah Indian Association
  • $7,000 to Igiugig Village
  • $7,000 to the Sealaska Corporation
  • $7,000 to the Huna totem Corporation in Juneau
  • $7,000 to the Organized Village of Kake
  • $7,000 to the Kenaitze Indian Tribe in Kenai
  • $7,000 to the Ketchikan Indian Community
  • $7,000 to the Organized Village of Kasaan in Ketchikan
  • $7,000 to the Native village of Afognak in Kodiak
  • $7,000 to the Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak
  • $6,000 to the Native Village of Koyuk
  • $6,000 to Lime Village
  • $7,000 to the McGrath Native Village Council
  • $7,000 to the Native Village of Nanwalek
  • $7,000 to the Nenana Native Association
  • $7,000 to Nikolai Village
  • $7,000 to Ninilchik Village
  • $7,000 to the Nome Eskimo Community
  • $7,000 to the Native Village of Council in Nome
  • $7,000 to the Native Village of Ouzinkie
  • $7,000 to Pedro Bay Village
  • $7,000 to the Petersburg Indian Association
  • $7,000 to the Native Village of Port Graham
  • $7,000 to the Native Village of Port Lions
  • $7,000 to the Native Village of Scammon Bay
  • $7,000 to the Seldovia Village Tribe
  • $7,000 to the Shageluk Native Village
  • $7,000 to Saint George Island
  • $7,000 to Saint Paul Island
  • $7,000 to the Traditional Village of Togiak
  • $7,000 to the Ounalashka Corporation
  • $6,000 to the Wrangell Cooperative Association

U.S. Department of Agriculture: Rural Development

  • $422,521 to the Eastern Aleutian Tribes to fund an expansion and upgrade of its telemedicine equipment.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

  • $2,073,195 to the Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation as part of the Health Center Cluster Demonstration Grants- Alaska Initiative program.
  • $200,000 to the Alaska Department of Health & Social Services as part of the EMSC Demonstration Grants.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

  • $473,175 to the Kwinhagak Tribe as part of the Indian Housing Block Grant.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban

  • $15,000 to the Katmai National Park and Preserve as part of the National Park Foundation’s America’s Best Idea program.

U.S. Department of Transportation

  • $2,200,000 to the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities for runway rehabilitation at the Nome Airport.
  • $1,000,000 to the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities to purchase land for the Lake Hood Airport.
  • $380,000 to the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities to complete international aviation system plan for the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport and the Fairbanks International Airport.
  • $150,000 to the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities to upgrade airport signage at the Lake Hood Airport.

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