Apogee Intersects 8.0 Meters Grading 413.25 g/t Silver 300 Meters East

- February 25th, 2011

Apogee Minerals Ltd. (CVE:APE) reports assay results from seven additional diamond drill holes from an ongoing drill campaign at the Pulacayo deposit, Bolivia.

Apogee Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:APE) reports assay results from seven additional diamond drill holes from an ongoing drill campaign at the Pulacayo deposit, Bolivia. 

The press release is quoted as saying:

The holes were drilled to continue delineation of the deposit along strike east of the previously released National Instrument 43-101 (“NI 43-101″) resource. Diamond drilling, undertaken in 2010, successfully extended the deposit an additional 350 meters east of the current resources.

Apogee Minerals’ President and P. Geo., Chris Collins says:

“We are very encouraged by the latest results from the ongoing drilling program at Pulacayo. In particular with DDH PUD 169 which was a very aggressive step-out, approximately 300 meters along strike east of our previous drilling and we were rewarded with a high grade silver intercept. Our focus in the near term will now be to in-fill in the area between PUD 169 and the drilling completed throughout 2010 (See figure 2 and 3 below). We have a third drill rig scheduled to commence in early March which will accelerate this process.”

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