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August 8, 2013

To My Fellow Shareholders & Friends;

As most of you know, LKA recently completed the donation of our Ute Ulay mill and historic townsite to Hinsdale County. Almost immediately thereafter, the County initiated a property cleanup (remediation) as the first step in its historical restoration of this unique property. The Ute site is one of the most famous, intact mining camps left in Colorado and the very reason that Lake City was founded in 1875 .

We’re very proud to be a part of this unique private-public partnership to restore one of Colorado’s most famous historical sites. Here’s the link to our web page containing the latest YouTube video of the Ute mill site restoration…and much more:

You’re welcome to contact me directly with any questions or comments:

Mr. Abraham’s comments contain no material non-public information. This message is intended to provide investors and shareholders with management’s views and opinions of current operations, objectives, and industry conditions and may contain certain forward-looking statements. For more complete assessment of project and investor risk readers are encouraged to read the Company’s most recent public filings with the Securities & Exchange Commission. Statements and opinions in this message are made pursuant to the “safe harbor'” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.

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