Please start AFN weekend by attending the Gana-A'Yoo Shareholder Informational Meeting at the LaQuinta Inn & Suites (formerly known as the Alpine Lodge) on Wednesday, October 19th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. There will be door prizes, appetizers, information on your corporation, and a notary to assist with updating your records! Hope to see you there!

The Gana-A’Yoo, Limited Land Use Policy was modified and plans to issue a limited number of land use permits to non-shareholder residents of Galena, Koyukuk, Nulato, and Kaltag. Anyone interested please email or contact Crystal at 1888-656-1606 ext 570.

Annual Shareholder Meeting: Congratulations to the reelected board members: William Dayton (Koyukuk resident), Ragine Pilot (Koyukuk non-resident), and Ida Hildebrand (Nulato non-resident). Congratulations to Sharon Hildebrand who was appointed to finish Nancy Pitka's term. Thank you Nancy for your hard work and thank you to the people who ran for these seats.

Thank you to the Nulato community for hosting this year’s Annual Shareholder Meeting. Thank you Gana-A'Yoo Shareholders for voting and bringing our quorum up to 78.58%; the Shareholder Resolution 2016-01 passed!

Gana-A'Yoo Limited 2016 Annual Shareholder Drawings: Thank you so much for all who submitted their proxies and for the people working hard to assist shareholders with their proxies. We look forward to next year’s Annual Shareholder meeting. Congratulations to all the winners!

Stock Will Drawing Winners:
$500 - Craig Stanley
$500 - Lawrence Jude Saunders Sr.

Foundation Raffle Winner:
Grill & Cooler - Fitzgerald Alexie

Annual Meeting Door Prize Winners:
$100 - Franklin Thurmond
$100 - Ruth Ann Madros
$250 - Darlene Lolnitz
$250 - Evelyn Burgett
$1,000 - Dawn Madros
$1,500 - Joanne Semaken

Early Bird Door Prize Winners:
$100 - Julia Ilsley
$100 - Sarah Carol Johnson
$100 - Jennifer Renee Hildebrand
$100 - Ellen Jean Stickman
$100 - Clara Carlson
$500 - Theresa Burley
$1,000 - Shane Clark

Congratulations to Monica Fruehan who won a barrel of fuel from GCI!

Job Applications Now Being Accepted! 

For a full list of positions and to submit your application for opportunities in the United States, please click on the link below.

For a full list of positions and to submit your application for opportunities in Antarctica, please click on the link below.


Welcome to Gana-A’Yoo, Limited

Gana-A-Yoo, Limited and its subsidiary companies provide an exceptional level of service to both government and private industry clients. Our goal is to not just meet, but to exceed expectations for customer service, delivery and execution in every line of business we pursue. Our company is the “Pride of our People” and every employee ensures that everything we do maintains and enhances our great history and heritage through exceptional performance.

Building Relationships

"Gana-A'Yoo"  in Athabascan means "friends," or "friends together." We live by our name. Since its inception in 1978, our mandate has been to build and maintain strong relationships with our clients. Many of our customers come to us by referral or through word of mouth. We take our commitment to satisfaction seriously and believe that becoming part of your team, sharing your goals and establishing a partnership of trust built on a shared commitment to excellence helps forge that relationship.We make your mission our mission.   

Industry Focus

Starting with our first camp support contracts, the Gana-A'Yoo, Limited family of companies has expanded to include full food service and cafeteria maintenance and support; janitorial and custodial services; facilities maintenance; HVAC, refrigeration and food service equipment support, and administrative support services for both government and private industry clients. 

Our Customers Say It Best

"The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Campus in Research Triangle Park wishes to commend you and your staff for outstanding service clearing snow and ice from campus roads, parking areas and walk ways. Through the recent winter storm your crews demonstrated a level of commitment and professionalism which merits acknowledgement and recognition. Your company’s efforts resulted in zero safety incidences at EPA-RTP. Thank you for keeping our campus safe during the most trying conditions."

- Peter Johnson, Director
Office of Administration and Resources Management
Environmental Protection Agency