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Events

May
29
Mon
all-day TCC CLOSED
TCC CLOSED
May 29 all-day
TCC CLOSED
TCC Offices will be closed in recognition of Memorial Day.
12:00 pm Workout Video @ TCC Fitness Center
Workout Video @ TCC Fitness Center
May 29 @ 12:00 pm
Workout Video @ TCC Fitness Center
Workout Video @ TCC Fitness Center, Chief Peter John Tribal Building Basement | Fairbanks | Alaska | United States Made possible through our Diabetes Program, the TCC Fitness Center offers personal training, fitness coaching, and[...]
May
30
Tue
12:05 pm Zumba @ TCC Fitness Center
Zumba @ TCC Fitness Center
May 30 @ 12:05 pm
Zumba @ TCC Fitness Center
Workout Video @ TCC Fitness Center, Chief Peter John Tribal Building Basement | Fairbanks | Alaska | United States Made possible through our Diabetes Program, the TCC Fitness Center offers personal training, fitness coaching, and[...]
5:30 pm Yoga with Brooke @ TCC Fitness Center
Yoga with Brooke @ TCC Fitness Center
May 30 @ 5:30 pm
Yoga with Brooke @ TCC Fitness Center
Workout Video @ TCC Fitness Center, Chief Peter John Tribal Building Basement | Fairbanks | Alaska | United States Made possible through our Diabetes Program, the TCC Fitness Center offers personal training, fitness coaching, and[...]
May
31
Wed
12:00 pm Workout Video @ TCC Fitness Center
Workout Video @ TCC Fitness Center
May 31 @ 12:00 pm
Workout Video @ TCC Fitness Center
Workout Video @ TCC Fitness Center, Chief Peter John Tribal Building Basement | Fairbanks | Alaska | United States Made possible through our Diabetes Program, the TCC Fitness Center offers personal training, fitness coaching, and[...]
5:30 pm Zumba @ TCC Fitness Center
Zumba @ TCC Fitness Center
May 31 @ 5:30 pm
Zumba @ TCC Fitness Center
Workout Video @ TCC Fitness Center, Chief Peter John Tribal Building Basement | Fairbanks | Alaska | United States Made possible through our Diabetes Program, the TCC Fitness Center offers personal training, fitness coaching, and[...]
Jun
5
Mon
8:30 am Executive Board Meeting @ Chief Peter John Tribal Building - 6th Floor Board Room
Executive Board Meeting @ Chief Peter John Tribal Building - 6th Floor Board Room
Jun 5 @ 8:30 am
TCC Executive Board regular meeting will begin at 8:30 AM Monday, June 5, 2017 in the 6th Floor Conference Room in the  Chief Peter John Tribal Building in Fairbanks, Alaska.  
Jul
3
Mon
all-day TCC CLOSED
TCC CLOSED
Jul 3 – Jul 4 all-day
TCC CLOSED
TCC Offices will be closed.
Sep
4
Mon
all-day TCC CLOSED
TCC CLOSED
Sep 4 all-day
TCC CLOSED
TCC Offices will be closed.

Upcoming Sobering Center

May 01, 2017

Tanana Chiefs Conference Provides an ‘Inside Guide’ to the Sobering Center

Tanana Chiefs Conference has partnered with several other organizations and agencies in the Interior in order to open up a Sobering Center for chronic inebriates in Fairbanks.

Housing First Manager, Shirley Lee says the project started years ago when several people froze to death because they had nowhere to go, “That was what got the process started,” Lee says.

Since then, TCC along with Fairbanks Native Association, The City of Fairbanks, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, and others began working together to find funding for the project.Read more

Connectivity: FCC Officials Visit Circle

May 01, 2017

During a recent trip to Alaska, members of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Office of Native Affairs and Policy and the FCC Wireline Competition Bureau had an opportunity to see the challenges of getting broadband Internet access to Interior Alaska.

During the FCC’s brief stop in Fairbanks, Chief Victor Joseph and a few TCC staff members, along with a DRS manager, brought those FCC employees to Circle for a day trip.

Hosting the guests to the Circle community was Chief Jessica Fields and Community Health Aide employee, Eva Schrader.

While in the community, the visitors had an opportunity to visit the clinic and see how health is delivered through telemedicine and the disparity of available resources towards the provisioning of healthcare.Read more

Taking A Stand With Rural Advocacy

May 01, 2017

Rural Advocates Make a Difference in their Communities

Taking a stand on issues that impact our tribes is important in preserving our culture, our way of life, and in protecting our future generations. It is especially important to have rural advocates at the decision-making table, as their input and first-hand knowledge is impactful. Several tribal leaders have seen success in their endeavors when it comes to advocacy.

In 2015, Chief Rhonda Pitka of Beaver became an advocate for the Cruikshank School in Beaver, which was at high risk for closure. With Pitka’s assistance in advocating for the students of Beaver, the Yukon Flats School District voted to keep the school open. Pitka stepped out in hopes to bring awareness, not only for her community, but for other schools that were on the chopping block across the region.

Chief Pitka knows, it didn’t come as a small effort. She spent countless hours traveling away from her home to speak with legislators, and educating decision makers on the importance of small schools to our villages. Now, a member of the Native American Top 40 under 40, the Federal Subsistence Board, Council of Athabascan Tribal Governments, just to name a few, Chief Pitka has become one of the strongest advocates for our region.Read more