MyAhtna Portal: Shareholder Photo Submissions

Published April 2020

One of the many perks and benefits of registering with the MyAhtna portal is you can submit news for the Kanas. Visit MyAhtna.com.

Submitted by Latisha Ta Griffin: Denali Rose Griffin Born March 8th, 2020 at 9:00 am in East Moline, IL. 6 lbs. 9 oz. and 19.5 inches long.

Submitted by Latisha Ta Griffin: Denali Rose Griffin Born March 8th, 2020 at 9:00 am in East Moline, IL. 6 lbs. 9 oz. and 19.5 inches long.

Joshua Neeley’s first caribou shot near Chistochina, Alaska.

Joshua Neeley’s first caribou shot near Chistochina, Alaska.

Bob Neeley and Jamilyn at the Ahtna Intertribal meeting at the National Park Service with one of his many drawings.

Bob Neeley and Jamilyn at the Ahtna Intertribal meeting at the National Park Service with one of his many drawings.

Congratulations to Glennallen 8th grader Jaysen Neeley on winning the school geography bee. Jaysen is part of the Udzisyu (Caribou) clan, and his parents are Roselyn Neeley (Gene) of Gakona and Bobby Neeley of Gulkana. He is the grandson of the late Carol Gene of Gakona and the great great grandson of the late Buster and late Alice Gene of Gakona. His paternal grandmother was the late Anna Song (Sundt) and the late Harry Neeley of Gulkana. His great grandparents were the late Betty Tyone of Gakona and late Bill Ewan of Gulkana.

Congratulations to Glennallen 8th grader Jaysen Neeley on winning the school geography bee. Jaysen is part of the Udzisyu (Caribou) clan, and his parents are Roselyn Neeley (Gene) of Gakona and Bobby Neeley of Gulkana. He is the grandson of the late Carol Gene of Gakona and the great great grandson of the late Buster and late Alice Gene of Gakona. His paternal grandmother was the late Anna Song (Sundt) and the late Harry Neeley of Gulkana. His great grandparents were the late Betty Tyone of Gakona and late Bill Ewan of Gulkana.