The Huna Totem Shareholder Settlement Trust Board of Trustees met on February 6, 2018, and in accordance with the Trust’s distribution policy, declared
the third and final 2017 dividend distribution amount of $1,102,884 to unitholders, or $12.59 per unit, with a record date of February 6, 2018.
Combined with the first and second distribution of the year, this provides a total distribution to unitholders of $17.09 for 2017, $10.67 more
than was paid in 2016.
“Our fiduciary obligation as stewards of the Shareholder Settlement Trust is to maintain a long-term investment strategy, ensuring our unitholders
and descendants will prosper from future earnings of the Trust. We are excited to see that this investment strategy continues to pay meaningful
dividends to unitholders,” said Trust Chair, Ed Davis.
“The purpose of the Shareholders Settlement Trust, as established by the Board of Directors in 1995, is to provide an additional source of cash for
unitholders in perpetuity,” said Huna Totem President & CEO, Russell Dick. “Our continued goal is to create stable and growing dividends through
improvement of Trust policies that provide growth in assets for future generations.”
Checks will be mailed and direct deposit accounts will be credited on Thursday, February 15, 2018. Shareholders not currently benefiting from our direct
deposit services are encouraged to register on the Huna Totem Corporation’s shareholder portal www.myhunatotem.com or contact Katelyn Savland, Shareholder Relations Manager, at the Huna Totem Corporate office before February 12, 2018 to enroll.
GOTNV Southeast, is hosting public forums featuring discussions with candidates in upcoming state and local elections over the next few weeks. A complete
list is below.
Huna Totem Corporation is partnering with Sealaska, Tlingit & Haida, Goldbelt, Inc., Kootznoowoo, Inc., The League of Women Voters, Sacred Grounds
Café, the Juneau Radio Center, Sealaska Heritage Institute, SEARHC, and Tlingit-Haida Regional Housing Authority for Get Out the Native Vote (GOTNV)
Southeast Alaska. GOTNV is a non-partisan effort for voter education and candidate engagement. Follow GOTNV Southeast and activities on our
Huna Totem Corporation encourages shareholders, friends, and family to attend or watch the livestream. You can view the live stream at this link.
As an FYI – light snacks and food will be provided at all forums.
GOTNV Candidate Forums List
Tuesday September 18, 2018 (completed)
11:30am- 1:00pm CBJ Municipal Mayoral Candidates forum (mingling and food 11:30am-12:00pm)
5:00 – 6:30pm CBJ Municipal Candidates forum (mingling and food 5:00-5:30pm)
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 (completed)
11:30am- 1:00pm District 33 & 34 and District 35 & District Q Candidate forum (mingling and food 11:30am-12:00pm)
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Alaska Gubernatorial Candidate forum (mingling and food 11:30am-12:00pm)
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Ballot Measure 1 forum (mingling and food 11:30am-12:00pm)
GOTNV Candidate Forums Archive
- CBJ Municipal Mayoral Candidates forum, view archive video here.
- CBJ Municipal Candidates forum, view archive video here.
Tribal Citizens & Friends,
Join the Get Out the Native Vote (GOTNV) Southeast Alaska partners for two special candidates forums to hear from the City & Borough of Juneau
(CBJ) municipal candidates (mayoral, assembly and school board). Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about where candidates stand on important
issues! All forums are open to the public and will be webcast live.
MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES FORUM
Date: September 18, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM (CBJ Assembly Mayoral Candidates) and 5:00 PM (CBJ Assembly & School Board Candidates)
Location:Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall •320 W. Willoughby Avenue, Juneau, AK 99801
Watch Live: livestream.com/accounts/507620
GOTNV Southeast Alaska is a non-partisan effort between Tlingit & Haida, Sealaska, Tlingit Haida Regional Housing Authority, Goldbelt, Inc.,Huna Totem Corporation, Kootznoowoo, Inc., the League of Women Voters, Sacred Grounds Café, Juneau Radio Center, Sealaska Heritage, and SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium to increase voter participation among our shareholders and tribal citizens. Visit GOTNV Southeast Alaska at www.facebook.com/GOTNVSoutheastAlaska.
The new and improved shareholder portal allows Shareholders to change their direct deposit information and address on one easy screen. Shareholders can
now access their shareholder IDs, how many shares they own, track their Huna Totem payments and check if they have a Testamentary Disposition on file.
This is an important strategic beginning to Huna Totem’s Going Green Initiative. This powerful, secure new shareholder online resources gives Shareholders
greater access to their information and by minimizing paper transaction is better for the environment! You may also access the www.MyHunaTotem.com portal from your smartphone.
Summary of New Features Shareholders have access to:
- Shareholder ID
- Amount of Shares owned
- Verifying if a Testamentary Disposition is on file with HTC
- Instantly updating banking information
- Viewing & Printing Payment History
- Opting in for electronic delivery of information
- Subscribing to news