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Tatmar Ventures Inc. announced that an eight hole, +10,000 foot reverse circulation drill campaign has commenced at Golden Brew located in Lander County, Nevada, USA. To date, gold mineralization at Golden Brew consists of a zone of gold bearing jasperoid measuring 2,500 feet long and up to 200 feet wide, hosted in thin bedded platey Cambrian-aged carbonates. Wherever sampled, the jasperoid is anomalous in all Carlin-type gold deposit pathfinder elements, with gold grades ranging from anomalous to 4 grams/tonne. The zone is exposed on the western slope of the Toiyabe Mountain range and is truncated on the west by a north-south trending range front fault. West of the range front fault is an area of gravel cover where the Company conducted gravity and CSAMT geophysical surveys. These surveys were designed to locate the gold bearing structure within the favourable host rocks at reasonable exploration depths beneath the gravel cover. The geophysical program was successful in locating a potential uplifted carbonate window (horst block) with the potential gold bearing structure extending through it. The current drill program is designed to test a number of structural intersections within a major structural corridor, beneath the gravel cover.
Market News Publishing reported that Tatmar Ventures Inc.'s Megan Cameron-Jones has resigned as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Art McQuade will serve in her place.
Canada Stockwatch reported that Tatmar Ventures Inc. director Gordon P. Leask has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), replacing Darryl Cardey who will remain as a director. Megan Cameron-Jones has been appointed to the board of directors, and will also serve as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and corporate secretary.
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