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DC8 Notti

Doyon Camp 8 (DC8) Notti is a 26-bed camp, with a kitchen, dining room, and lounge. This camp was fully remodeled in 2012 to maintain our high standards for remote living.

The highly mobile DC8 camp is arranged in 13 double occupancy rooms around central common areas. The camp consists of six 10’X54’ skid-mounted units placed side-by-side. It includes a shared bathroom and a private bathroom. DC8 has two sets of washers and dryers.

DC8 has a full kitchen with separate pantry, and a dining room with a 24-seat capacity. It also has a lounge with new furniture and a large screen TV. All rooms are wired for television service.

DC8 is a complete camp featuring several amenities including:

  • Full kitchen with separate pantry
  • Dining room
  • Lounge with large screen TV
  • Wired for TV in each bedroom
  • Self-serve washers and dryers

Emil Notti

Emil Notti served as the president of Doyon, Limited from 1978 to 1980. He is a former Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Community and Regional Affairs, a former board member and vice president for Doyon; he served 30 years as a National Bank of Alaska board member and is a veteran of the United States Navy. Notti was also the first president of the Alaska Federation of Natives.

Born in Koyukuk, Alaska, Notti graduated from Northrop University in California with a Bachelor of Science degree in aeronautical and electrical engineering. He holds an Honorary Doctorate degree from the Alaska Methodist University.


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