The Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) held their annual convention in Anchorage, Alaska and I had the privilege of attending this year’s event. AFN is always a great time because I get to see old friends, enjoying the variety of art work, and hear the issues being addressed from across this great state.

There were some official legislative duties we did participate in this year. A group of rural legislators were available to answer questions from the delegates in attendance. We also unveiled a plaque naming the House Finance Committee Room in the Alaska State Capitol building after former legislator and native leader Senator Al Adams.

It was great to see a strong contingent from our Southeast region.

Rural Senators from the Senate and House Bush Caucus members with Senator Al Adams’s sister Sarah Scanlon


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