Thank you for your support of Tuyanitun : Tuggeht. We surpassed our fundraising goal with $18,239 with donations ranging from $25 to $5000, and with additional support from Alaska Community Foundation Social Justice Fund, Alaska State Council on the Arts, Automotive Collision Experts, The City of Homer, Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Midton Acrylics, National Endowment for the Arts, National Performance Network, Rasmuson Foundation, and of course the Ninilchik Village Tribe. The community support of this project, and all we have learned from its creation, is inspiring.
Due to construction delays, primarily because of shipping and weather, the September 24th installation and dedication of Tuyanitun : Tuggeht must be postponed.
We deeply appreciate your support of this incredible project, and look forward to celebrating its installation later this fall. Stay tuned!
Thank you to these generous community donors for your support for Tuyanitun : Tuggeht:
Sunny Aldrich, Anonymous, Annette and Marvin Bellamy, Myesha & Christian Callahan Freet, Denice & Roger Clyne, Tom Collopy & Mary Frische, Mary & Tom Chouinard, Shannon Daut, Ken Lanfield, Charlotte Fox, Claudia Haines, Karin Holser, Lily Hope, Robert & Kris Hoffman, Lilly Kelly, Asia Freeman & Michael Walsh, Amy and Craig Fredeen, Susan Johnson, Winter Marshall-Allen, Diane McBride, Jo & Peter Michalski, Hollis Mickey, Mountain Spirit Works, Rachel Mulvihil, Margaret Nicolai, Bridget Maryott, Rika & John Mouw, Chris & Angie Newby, Adele Person, Bernie Person, Uncle Herb’s, Joseph Piper, Sallie & Dan Rediske, Bob & Miranda Shavelson-Weiss, Carol Swartz, Vamoose Alaska Vacation Rentals, Susanne Ratcliffe Wilson, Lori & Tom Zitzmann, Robanne Stadling, Mary Lou Kelsey, Thorey Munro, and Christina Fenner.