(thank you for coming)
Current news from Mekoryuk (May, 2011)
Camai, cangacec’i? For me I’m
fine. Sorry for such a long delay in submitting my commentary.
The winter went just fine out here on Nuniwar, but the snow melt
kind of slow this spring. Currently, we’re still snow covered,
but its beginning to disappear quite fast. I believe the upcoming
rain forecast will allow it to disappear overnight.
Nuniwarmiut School graduated one senior student this year on May
10th and his name is Jason Hunt. Three pre-schooler’s also
graduated, so their challenge will be in the kindergarten this
coming fall. We hope the best for the wonderful young man, Jason,
in his future ventures.
Sealhunting? Guys have been going out......
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Cultural happenings, meetings, events, news.
(updated January 4, 2008)
Mr. Elwin Estle has posted some wonderful photos of school children and village scenes in Mekoryuk taken in the late 1950s, they are accessible on Flickr at the following link: http://flickr.com/photos/21671210@N04/
Thank you Mr. Estle and we look forward to seeing more!
What's Up Archive [began June 2006]
changes or additions to website. (Updated December 9, 2008)
Feature photos are now linked directly to the NPT Flickr site.
Director's Message updated (April 14, 2009)
Some of you have noticed that we have been gone for a while. We lost our URL to pirates but now are back with a new URL http//www.nunivakisland.org
Please also visit our new photo site on Flickr! Where we have recently posted photographs of 2008 Marine Debris Cleanup project at Southern Nunivak.
What's New Archive » [began January, 2006]
|Harry and Susie Shavings with Nona Amos at Talungmiut, ca. 1988. [Photo Courtesy Howard T. Amos. Posted April 14, 2009]
Photo Archive »
Feature photos now linked to Flickr.com
Current Weather on Nunivak Is.
updated January 4, 2008
univkangssi - story; tale
Univkangssiur - he is telling a story
Univkangssisnga - tell me a story
Posted on Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Cup'ig Word/Phrase Archive »