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Shannon Dybdahl, an accounts payable technician for Sealaska Corp., pulls a cart full of dividend checks Thursday through the corporation's headquarters on her way to the post office to mail the checks. About 18,300 shareholders and 10 village corporations will receive $17.5 million. That includes a $10.90 per-share dividend payment to urban and at-large shareholders, or $1,090 to its average shareholder, and a $3.35 per-share dividend to village shareholders. The average shareholder owns 100 shares, but individual holdings may vary depending on inheritances. The total payout includes a $3.3 million payment at $7.55 per share to 10 village corporations.
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