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**NEW DINNER MEETING COSTS FOR 2011**
$22 SME Tucson members who reserve by deadline
$30 non-members who reserve by deadline.
Add $3 to above ($25/$33) for late RSVPs if space allows.
Free for current UA mining students who are UA SME members
Payable at the door by cash or check payable to SME TucsonCost does not include bar drinks. Cash bar is available.
Cancellations and No Shows: Please call or email by the registration deadline to cancel. If you do not cancel your reservation by the deadline, SME is still required to pay for your dinner and you will in turn be billed. Thank you.
Program Description: The Hardshell property is located about 80 kilometres southeast of Tucson, Arizona, approximately 13 kilometres north of the U.S. border with Mexico. The property is 100% owned by Arizona Minerals Inc., which is 80% owned by Wildcat Silver. Wildcat published an updated mineral resource estimate in early 2010 which increased the size of the resource and upgraded a significant portion to the indicated category. A second update to the mineral resource estimate was published in May 2010. Hardshell is now estimated to contain an indicated resource of 36 million ounces of silver and 410,000 tonnes of manganese, plus an inferred resource of 85 million ounces of silver and 3.4 million tonnes of manganese.
Speaker: Chris Jones, President & Chief Executive Officer, Wildcat SilverChris Jones has over 25 years of leadership experience in surface and underground coal, precious and base metals, and oil sands operations in the US and Canada. Most recently Mr. Jones was Chief Operating Officer for Albian Sands Energy in Fort McMurray, Alberta. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mine Engineering from South Dakota School of Mines, an MBA from Colorado State University, and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Utah and Alberta.