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AirSure Limited and Aero Insurance Merge to Form General Aviation's Largest Insurance Brokerage Wed, 28 Sep 2005, 02:38 EDT Edited by Christopher Simmons DENVER, Colo. - September 28 (COLORADO NEWSWIRE) -- Officials of two of the nation's largest aviation insurance brokerage firms: AirSure Limited and Aero Insurance, a division of the Van Gilder Insurance Corporation, announced today the completion of a definitive merger agreement which states that Aero Insurance will merge with AirSure Limited. The new company will be owned by the Van Gilder Insurance Corporation and will operate under the AirSure Limited name, with Bill Behan serving as managing director and Larry Mattiello as president.
Some Thoughts from Bob Gerberg of McKenzie Scott Partners - 15 New Rules For Job Hunting Success Wed, 31 Aug 2005, 08:32 EDT Edited by Christopher Simmons DENVER, Colo. - August 31 (COLORADO NEWSWIRE) -- Bob Gerberg is among America's foremost authorities on every aspect of professional and executive job hunting. More than 7 million copies of books and programs he has created are in circulation. His ideas have been instrumental in helping millions of people throughout the world who have looked for new positions. Over more than 20 years he has authored dozens of books and audio cassettes. His newest book is '15 New Rules For Job Hunting Success.'
Capital Hill: Toiyabe Peaks Uranium Project Fri, 8 Jul 2005, 11:39 EST Edited by Christopher Simmons DENVER, Colo. - July 8 (COLORADO NEWSWIRE) -- Capital Hill Gold, Inc. (OTC BB: CHGI) reports that the Company has acquired a 100% interest in the Toiyabe Peaks Uranium project. The Toiyabe Peaks project covers sixty-two unpatented lode-mining claims (approximately 1,240 acres) on Federal lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management ("BLM").
Le Book Moderne Giggles Early at Tattered Cover Thu, 2 Jun 2005, 07:29 EST Edited by Christopher Simmons DENVER, Colo. - June 2 (COLORADO NEWSWIRE) -- Le Book Moderne, LLC (www.lebookmoderne.com) announced today that the first GiggleTin(TM), artfully decorated tins containing an illustrated children's story coupled with an audio CD of original songs and interactive content, will now be available at all Tattered Cover stores (www.tatteredcover.com) on June 5, 2005. The release date is a full two weeks earlier than the date they had initially planned for.
American Hiking Society Invites Indian Nations to Join National Trails Day(R) June 4 Fri, 27 May 2005, 02:43 EST Edited by Christopher Simmons ASPEN, Colo. - May 27 (COLORADO NEWSWIRE) -- June 4, 2005 marks the 13th National Trails Day, an annual celebration coordinated by American Hiking Society, with more than 1000 events across the U.S. 'American Hiking Society warmly invites members of the American Indian Nations to join in the fun and healing of Mother Earth on National Trails Day at our magnificent National and Urban Parks,' said Ivan Levin, Trail Programs Manager of the Society.
Capital Hill Declares Stock Dividend Wed, 25 May 2005, 12:42 EST Edited by Christopher Simmons DENVER, Colo. - May 25 (COLORADO NEWSWIRE) -- Capital Hill Gold, Inc. (OTCBB: CHGI) announces a stock dividend on its common stock for shareholders of record at the close of business on May 31, 2005. Each holder of one share of Capital Hill Gold on the record date shall be entitled to receive three (3) additional shares of common stock. For example, if a holder owns a round lot of 100 shares he or she shall receive 300 additional shares. The payment date for the common stock dividend is set for June 7, 2005.
Thoreau's Focus on American Indians to be Revealed at Aspen Seminar Mon, 16 May 2005, 04:45 EST Edited by Christopher Simmons ASPEN, Colo. - May 16 (COLORADO NEWSWIRE) -- 'Why, then, make so great ado about the Roman and the Greek, and neglect the Indian?,' wrote Henry David Thoreau in his Journal in 1857. A missing piece of what shaped this icon and American consciousness will be revealed at a weekend seminar in Aspen, Colorado June 3-5, 2005, entitled 'Thoreau and the Evolution of the American Mind: The Next Step.' Thoreau scholar, Bradley P. Dean, Ph.D., will introduce highlights of Henry's 12 'Indian Notebooks,' which he said, 'includes just under 4,000 manuscript pages, probably to write a book he did not live to publish.' They reveal how Thoreau was intrigued by American Indians since his boyhood, and how this involvement influenced his philosophy, according to Native Voices Foundation (NVF).
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