SEG October 2017 Enews Update
It’s October and time to think about winter events – ouch. The first Rocks ‘n Rambling of the fall/winter season will be next Friday October 13. You have about a month to arrange for your ad or free listing in the 2018 Smithers Exploration Group directory – the deadline is November 10. Get out your 2018 calendar and mark AME’s Roundup January 22-25 where SEG will have a strong presence with our directory and northwest projects on display. Next will be our Rock Talk in Smithers on February 14 and 15, 2018. Plus some news from AME on a new location for Roundup and Geoscience BC TREK workshop on October 17 in Vancouver.
Rocks ‘n Rambling, Friday October 13, Smithers
SEG’s Rocks ‘n Rambling will be next week on Friday October 13 at 4:30 at Rugged Edge office in Smithers.
Date: Friday October 13
Time: 4:30 to 6:30 pm
Place: Rugged Edge 3405 19th Avenue
As usual RnR is a chance to get together to look over some rocks and exchange war stories.
Smithers Exploration Group Directory Listing, deadline November 10
Smithers Exploration Group’s directory is one of the best methods of spreading the word about your services to the mineral exploration industry. SEG’s directory will be a hot ticket item at Roundup 2018 in Vancouver and any other gathering of industry people. It is also published online at the SEG website.
If you want to take advantage of a free listing or purchase an ad in the 2018 directory, please contact Elaine Konschuh at firstname.lastname@example.org Click here for the price list for paid advertising . The deadline for both a free listing or ad is November 10.
Rock Talk 2018, February 14 and 15, Smithers
Rock Talk is SEG’s annual review of northern BC projects. Planning is underway for the 2018 gathering but we want you to have an early chance to pencil us in for your 2018 schedule – February 14 and 15 in Smithers.
SEG thanks golf sponsors
The weather was great and as you can see in the above photo, golfers had a lot of fun at the Smithers Exploration Group 2017 golf tournament. Every year SEG acknowledges a few people with trophies presented at the golf tournament. This year the winner of Gerry Auger Trophy for having the most fun at the game was Rick Bain. The Joyce Warren memorial trophy for years of volunteer work for SEG went to the late Joyce Warren's husband Lorne - the man behind the woman. Thanks to the golf committee and sponsors listed below for their help and see you next year.
AMC Drilling Fluids
Bulkley Valley Credit Union
Bulkley Valley Wholesale
BV Home Centre
Central Mountain Air
Driftwood Diamond Drilling
Frontier Truck Rentals
Hayden Diamond Bit Industries
Hetherington and Hooper
MBI Pacific Drilling Products
OK Tire Service
Omineca Drilling Ltd.
Polar Ridge Resources
Rugged Edge Holdings
SGS Mineral Services
Silver King Helicopters
New venue for AME’s Roundup 2018 January 22-25
The Association for Mineral Exploration will host Roundup 2018 in the state-of-the-art West building of the Vancouver Convention Centre (VCC). This opportunity comes as a result of extensive renovations being performed by the VCC at the time of the conference.
AME and everyone involved with Roundup 2018 is excited and optimistic about the move.
The space allows AME to have everything closer together, such as the Exhibit Hall, Gathering Place, and Poster Session, as well as build out programming.
Anticipated costs should be comparable to what they would have been in the East building and with Roundup 2017.
AME Roundup fees, ticket prices and booth prices will not be affected by this move beyond standard cost adjustments already made for the contract increases stipulated by the VCC.
AME looks forward to the opportunity to work with the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference on the respective conferences due to their closer proximity in 2018
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GeoScience BC, TREK Workshop, Vancouver , October 17
New maps from Geoscience BC’s Targeting Resources for Exploration and Knowledge (TREK) projects have been released, providing the latest geological and geophysical information for decision-makers involved with resource development in Central British Columbia. A day-long technical workshop, also available online, will explore the new products at UBC Robson Square on October 17. It will be the first time many of the experts active in the TREK region have been brought together to present and discuss the results, with registration opening on September 5. For more information or to register for updates, visit TREK workshop updates form. http://geosciencebc.us15.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=234c696a12b9aeaedd2596706&id=0ca323cc4d