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Alaska Miners Consider New SE Branch


December 12, 2011

(SitNews) Ketchikan, Alaska - Recently, several individuals from Ketchikan and Prince of Wales met to discuss the formation of a southern Southeast branch of the Alaska Miners Association.

According to a news release from the Southern Southeast Alaska Miners Association Branch, with recent mining developments on Prince of Wales Island, the timing is appropriate to work together to promote the mining industry and it supporting vendors. The Southeast branch will be chaired by Tony Barajas, of Austin Powder, and will also elect other officers and board members.

A formative meeting will be held on Friday, December 16, 2011 at noon, at The Landing. This no-host meeting is open to anyone who is a current member of the Alaska Miners Association or has an interest in learning more about the organization.

You can learn more by visiting or by calling either Tony Barajas 225-8236 or Chris Gerondale 780-4030.

A primary goal of the Alaska Miners Association is encouraging and supporting responsible development of mineral production in Alaska.


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Southern Southeast Alaska Miners Association Branch


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