Unalaska’s Camp Qungaayux celebrated its twentieth anniversary this year.
The Museum of the Aleutians is honoring that milestone with an exhibit on the history of the island’s culture camp.
Before you check out the opening this weekend, KUCB’s Laura Kraegel has the story from this summer’s Camp Q, where tribal leaders were already looking ahead to the next 20 years.
It’s a clear day at Humpy Cove, and dozens of kids are chattering along the shore. Their careful eyes are trained on the water.
“Bring those kids over here!” says Vince Tutiakoff Sr.