Petra Harpak

Administrative Assistant

Petra Harpak
Credit Ciera Harpak

Petra's Yup'ik name is Apaiyuk. Her parents are Paul M. & Ollie Jenkins from Nunapitchuk, AK. Her paternal grandparents are Arthur Jenkins from Alakanuk, AK and Anna Jenkins from an old village called Nanvarnarluk. Her maternal grandparents are Jimmy and Agnes Nicholai, also from Nanvarnarluk.

She lives in Bethel with her husband Francis Harpak. Their five children are Ciera, Iceis, Kyana,  Jace and Atlas.

Petra's hobbies include knitting, sewing and anything to do with subsistence activities. She also owns a Browning 20-gauge shotgun.

Petra Harpak / KYUK

Maani ellamteni qalamcit.

Petra Harpak / KYUK

October is domestic violence awareness month.

Calista Corporation

The contest with Calista is open from October 1-22, 2018. Calista Corporation shareholders over the age of 18 can enter by signing up for online services and information. 

Money comes and goes and makes the world go round. 

Kuskokwim Art Guild

The Kuskokwim Art Guild 

Petra Harpak / KYUK

The four seasons mean different activities in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. In winter, spring, summer and fall, subsistence users collect a variety of foods. Right now, hunters and berry pickers are hard at work. 

Petra Harpak / KYUK

Fall means hunting and berry picking on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. KYUK’s Petra Harpak talked to Esther Green, one of the oldest ladies out picking on the tundra.

Kim Smith

Kim Smith, Akiak Social Prevention Coordinator, and Anthropologist William Voinot-Baron called into our show to share projects they are working on regarding the study of the relationship we have with both fish and ourselves. They also shared news of the newly built community fish camp, and the youth programs that they have held and will hold there.

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Bethel Public Works Director Bill Arnold dropped in for our short show on Monday to announce scheduled maintenance and fire hydrant installations that will result in scheduled service interruptions for ASHA housing.