Tikigaq Corporation Board of Directors is please to announce the 2016 Shareholder Dividend Distribution of the amount of $1.55 per share to those holding Class A and Class C shares. Funds will be distributed in April of 2016. Attached you will find the announcement from the Tikigaq Board of Directors.
We are looking for Teams, Raffle Items, and Donations.
The Tigara Educational Foundation was established in 1997 to provide grant support
for cultural and educational needs to the Village of Point Hope, AK. To date,
the foundation has given over $300,000 in grants. Last year, our golf tournament
raised over $52,000. Because of these generous donations, the foundation was
able to provide support to local students in Point Hope with scholarship money, in
addition to making a generous donation to the Tikigaq High School Booster Club.
This event truly benefits the community of Point Hope.
To participate, please call or email Candice Burke or Rex Rock Jr.
at 907-365-6299 or email@example.com
Click here for Sponsorship Oppurtunities & Sign-up Form
The Tikigaq Corporation Board of Directors is pleased to announce that at its January 31st Board Meeting they approved a Shareholder dividend distribution of $1.35 per share to Shareholders of Record of Class A and Class C shares dated February 28, 2014.
Those funds will be distributed in March 2014.
This dividend is the second dividend in a row which aligns itself with the mission and goals of the strategic plan, and allows for growth in the corporation. This is another important milestone for Tikigaq and its Shareholders. It represents 16% of our Net Income after Taxes for Fiscal Year 2013.
This Shareholder dividend distribution is made entirely from Tikigaq’s paid-in capital account. Because the distribution is paid from this account per Section 21(a) of ANCSA (Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act) the distribution is not subject to any form of Federal, State or Local taxation.
In addition to this dividend, Tikigaq contributes each year to education, medical, dental, funeral and burial assistance, economic development, and other important social and cultural programs for shareholders.
The Tikigaq Corporation Board of Directors is pleased to announce that at its April 2nd Board Meeting they approved a Shareholder dividend distribution of $1.25 per share to Shareholders of Record Class A and Class C dated April 19, 2013.
Those funds will be distributed late April.
This dividend is the first since 2002. And it algins with the mission and goals of the strategic plan, and allows for growth in the corporation. This is an important milestone for Tikigaq and its Shareholders.
This Shareholder dividend distribution is made entirely from Tikigaq’s paid-in capital account. Because the distribution is paid from this account per Section21(a) of ANCSA (Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act) the distribution is not subject to any form of Federal, State or Local taxation.
In addition to this dividend, Tikigaq contributes each year to education, medical, dental, funeral and burial assistance, economic development, and other important social culture programs for shreholders.
Tikigaq Corporation is announcing 6th Annual Tigara Educational Foundation Golf Tournament. Benefiting the community of Point Hope by supporting education and our future leaders.
When: Friday, June 28th 7am Shot Gun Start
Where: Anchorage Golf Course
$500 Cash Price
Hole in One Contest
For more information on a sponsorship or team entry please contact Candice Burke or Rex Rock, Jr.
Click here to download sponsorship details.
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Marine for Life builds business partnership for Marine hires Maj. Erin Mackin US Marine Corps Reserve, Marine Forces Reserve Public Affairs, The Globe. Posted Thursday, July 25, 2013.
Alaska-based Tikigaq corporation chief executives met with local Marine for Life personnel, honoring their partnership here this past May.
This meeting marked the local success with partnership between Marine for Life and Tikigaq resulting in employed veterans and a successful environmental improvement project. Through local Marine for Life representatives, Tikigaq has hired 14 Marines for a surface debris clearance project at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune.
Former Marines, who register with Marine for Life, are thankful for the employment opportunities that these fruitful relationships grow. Derek Brown, a former infantry machine gunner, signed up with the program in 2010 and is now employed with Tikigaq here.
“Marine for Life is beneficial. If I hadn’t been a part of Marine for Life then I wouldn’t have gotten this job and be fully employed now,” Brown said.
Tom Cherish, Tikigaq project site manager, was responsible for project-specific Marine hires that have assisted in removing nearly 1.3 million pounds of range-related debris, including more than 1,400 pieces of “live” unexploded ordnance.
“Being a veteran, father of a veteran, father-in-law to a veteran and active-duty Army pilot, when I was introduced to the Marine for Life Program, it was a blessing, “said Cherish. “Being able to offer employment to these women and men is the greatest feeling.”
Tikigaq provides an array of services such as project management, construction, and environmental project oversight. David Leadenham, General Manager of Agviq LLC, a Tikigaq subsidiary, recognizes that they have found the great human resource pool in transitioning and veteran Marines.
“Utilizing the Marine for Life Program at Camp Lejeune was quick and effective in providing a talented, focused and physically-capable workforce that aligned perfectly with our project resource demands,” said Leadenham. “We are also pleased that we have the opportunity to provide something back to those that served our beloved Nation.
Lt. Col. Jerard Brewer, district officer in charge, and Staff Sgt. Nichole Mason, Jacksonville hometown representative and base liaison, attended at Tikigaq’s invitation. Mason was commended by Tikigaq’s leadership, Cherish and Brewer as having a direct effect on successfully placing Marines and contributing to the project’s accomplishments.
“Tikigaq has provided the ideal and model partnership with Marine for Life. They are very professional and take care of their own,” said Mason. “This is the type of loyalty and security Marines need when facing the major transition to the civilian sector.
The Marine for Life Program connects Marines with job opportunities across the country by growing relationships with employers, sharing with them the value of employing veterans with leadership skills, integrity, and the ability gel a team for the good of the business. Unique to the Marine Corps, this program is run by a cadre of experienced Reserve and active-duty Marines who work one-on-one with Marines, employers and mentors linked into the program.
“I’m fortunate enough to be involved with such a great program and help Marines find success in the small town of Jacksonville, North Carolina,” said Mason. “I’m part of an ongoing network where the people are veteran-friendly and Marines help Marines. I will definitely use Marine For Life to assist me when the time comes to transition.
Tikigaq management continues their interest in hiring Marines and keeping them employed, recognizing the benefit to the company as much as the benefit to our nation’s veterans.
“Seeing these veterans, some with young families, getting a helping hand through the Marine for Life program can only reinforce their confidence that they are not, and won’t be, left behind,” said Cherish. “I hope with continued support and recognition that we as a team will continue working with this important program.
The surface debris clearance of range debris in MCB Camp Lejeune includes three project locations for a combined 3,875 acres of active ranges. Unexploded ordnance technicians and sweepers used visual surface clearance techniques to identify debris in 100-foot by 100-foot grids on the range. The debris was certified and subsequently verified for status of energetic material prior to transport and disposal. All items identified as hazardous were subsequently disposed of by detonation. This procedure was conducted using trained personnel.
For more information about the Marine for Life Program, visit www.marineforlife.org