Lorraine Copper


Glen Garratt Appointed to Board of Lorraine Copper Corp.

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May 26, 2008
Glen Garratt Appointed to Board of Lorraine Copper Corp.
Vancouver, BC — Lorraine Copper Corp. (“Lorraine Copper”) (TSX-V: LLC) is pleased to announce that Glen Garratt, P. Geo. has consented to join the Board of Directors. Mr. Garratt brings to Lorraine Copper a strong technical background in mineral exploration and the operation of mineral exploration projects, having also been involved in the exploration and continued development of the Lorraine property since 2000.
Mr. Garratt is currently a director and vice-president of exploration for other Eastfield Group companies -Eastfield Resources (TSX-V: ETF), Cariboo Rose Resources (TSX-V: CRB) and Wildrose Resources (TSX-V: WRS). Mr. Garratt is an experienced geologist, having been involved in mineral exploration for over 35 years. He has worked with several major companies such as Placer Dome, Amoco, and Norcen. In 1979, Mr. Garratt formed an exploration and consulting firm that operated from offices in Reno, Nevada and Kamloops, BC. In 1987, he was one of the founders of Eastfield Resources.
About Lorraine Copper

Lorraine Copper holds the 30,658 hectare Lorraine property, which is optioned to Teck-Cominco (TSX: TCK.B). Lorraine is located in north-central BC, northwest of the regional centre of Prince George and hosts a large number of copper-gold occurrences related to alkalic intrusives. The project is located in an area of active logging and is well served by resource infrastructure including all season roads, the Kemess power corridor to the northeast and the Canadian National Railway line to the southwest. Teck Cominco has indicated that a 7,000 metre drill program is planned for 2008.

J.W. Morton, President
Lorraine Copper Corp.
Paul Way, Business Development Manager
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