CRNA Reaches 50 Years Of Service To Thousands Of Residents

CRNA CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE COPPER RIVER VALLEY  Ina Lincoln & Barbara Bayless Of CRNA bring hams & pineapple to a CR...


CRNA CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE COPPER RIVER VALLEY 

Ina Lincoln & Barbara Bayless Of CRNA bring hams & pineapple to a CRNA-sponsored student banquet. (Photo, Country Journal Archives)

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Copper River Native Association. 

The Journal took a look through the paper's archives. Here are only a few of our many hundreds of stories about CRNA, its interactions with the community and its varied services over the years. 

The Copper River Native Association has provided an almost uncountable number of programs to thousands of people in the Copper Valley – from dental care to nutrition, fire suppression, public health clinics, swim and bike safety programs, safety training, cultural and school activities, and much more. 

During the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, most of the region's Native elders were involved with CRNA in one way or other, which was especially beneficial to the cultural and social value of the organization. 


From The Country Journal Archives

CRNA'S CULTURAL PROGRAMS 

1986: Buster Gene leads children in dancing. 

 

CRNA'S FIRE CREW 






CRNA'S EMS OUTREACH 



CRNA'S SUMMER SWIM PROGRAM



CRNA'S ELDER PROGRAMS



 

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