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On November 11, 2017, the Northern California Indian Development Council (NCIDC) hosted the 36th Annual Northwest Intertribal Gathering and Elders Dinner. The Gathering was a success due to the generosity of many individuals, Tribes, businesses, clubs and organizations that donated time and resources. The NCIDC Governing Council and staff wish to thank the following for their contributions and support:
Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Pacific Builders, Patterson Conners Insurance, Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation, United Indian Health Services, Frank & Wilverna Reece, Elk Valley Rancheria, LACO, Izabal, Bernaciak & Company, CYS Structural Engineers Inc, Stewart Telecommunications, Linda Sundberg Insurance Agency, Lease Mobile, Ameriprise Financial Advisors Alan Foley & Arron Karr, City Ambulance of Eureka Inc., North Coast Co-op, Cher-Ae Heights Casino, Humboldt Countertops & Surfacing, Manhard Consulting, Sea Around Us, Trinidad Rancheria, Elk Valley Rancheria, Humboldt Land Title Co., Pierson Building Company, Harper Motors, Advanced Security Systems
Amerigas Propane, Bonten California, Eureka Natural Foods, California Highway Patrol (Brian Singleton), Gary Markussen Family & Brush Dancers, Hensell Materials, KIEM News Channel 3, KVIQ TV CBS 17, Mission Uniform and Linen, Old Town Coffee and Chocolate, Pepsi Bottling Group Eureka, Ray’s Food Place, Recology Humboldt County, Safeway, Suddenlink, Sun Valley Floral Farms, The Eureka Rescue Mission, United Indian Health Services–Traditional Resources Dept., Wildberries Market
AmeriCorps Fortuna, Andre Cramblit, Coral Goodman & the Food Service Crew, Dell’ Arte, Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority, Jan Held, Hermanos de Unidos, Hoopa AmeriCorps & TCCC, HCAR Adults and Staff, HSU INRSEP, HSU ITEPP, HSU Masters of Social Work Students, HSU Women’s Lacrosse Team, Humboldt Recovery Center, John Wooley, Kim Johnson & the Pie Crew, Northwest AFS Students, Rio Dell Community Resource, Tracy Foster-Olstad, UIHS Staff & Clients, Valerie Reed & the Kitchen Crew, Vicki Ozaki, Wendy Brown, Wes Chesbro, and the many individuals who generously gave their time.
One of NCIDC's primary and specific purposes is the conservation and preservation of historic and archeological sites and resources.
In 1986 NCIDC purchased the Carson Block Building. The historically significant Carson Block Building was built in 1892, over 100 years ago, by William Carson (of Carson Mansion fame). It contained the Ingomar Theater, one of the most ornate theaters of its time on the West Coast
NCIDC, in conjunction with a large group of private and public financing entities, completed the restoration of the historic structure facade as well as sesmic retrofit for this beautiful building in 2016 and the building is now open and in operation.