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Transcript: Forward Looking Statements This presentation contains certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements, other than statements of historical fact, that address events or developments that Eagle Hill Exploration Inc. expects to occur, are forward-looking statements Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always identified by the words "expects", "plans", "anticipates", "believes", "intends", "estimates", "projects", "potential" and similar expressions, or that events or conditions "will", "would", "may", "could", or "should" occur Although Eagle Hill Exploration believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause the actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include market prices, exploration and production successes or failures, continued availabiltity of capital and financing, inability to obtain required shareholder or regulatory approvals, and general ecomonic market or business condition, statements. Forward-looking staments are based on the beliefs, estimates and opinions of Eagle Hill's management on the date the statements are made. Share Capital, April 30, 2010 Symbol: TSX.V:EAG Market Cap (Issued): $16.6 million 52-week range (Hi-Lo): $0.62 - $0.07 (Source: TSX.V) Shares Outstanding: 66.30 Million Warrants: 13.67 Million Options: 5.16 Million Fully Diluted: 85.13 Million Average Daily Trading Volume: 3.1 Million Shares (past three months) Cash Postition: $747, 378 as of January 31, 2010 10,099,198 warrants exercised for gross proceeds of $1.95 million in April 2010 Eagle Hill Exploration Windfall Lake, Quebec Windfall Lake: Claim Map Windfall Lake: Eagle Hill's New Approach Shift in focus Narrow veins High grade Discontinuous Large mineralized zones Lower grade Continuous Recognition of wide gold mineralized zones with fairly consistant grade Amenable to bulk tonnage mining scenario Windfall Lake: Eagle Hill's New Approach Large mineralized intervals - several tens of metres Stockwork and disseminated Pyrite Windfall Lake: Cross section of existing core looking southwest Windfall Lake: Historical Assey Results Windfall Lake: New Assay Results Windfall Lake Property Windfall Lake: Eagle Hill's 3D Model Windfall Lake: 2010 Exploration Phase 2: Exploration, Drilling & Geophysics Budget: $2,500,000 Diamond Drilling: Exploration - 5,000 m & Definition - 5,000 m. Geophysics (Induced polarization, Magnetometer & Electro-Magnetic Surveys.) Corporate Objectives Data to complete the Windfall Lake Property model Identification of other mineralized areas for future definition Outline a gold mineral resource Completion date: June 2010 Eagle Hill's 2010 Drilling Initial Drill Results: EAG Drill Holes - New Zones Initial Drill Program - Results Highlights Include: Bulk mining potential with the discovery of three new mineralized zones and extensions of existing mineralized zones by over two thirds. First evidence of near surface mineralization Exploratory holes show evidence of gold mineralization over 900 metres from existing mineralized zones Bulk mining potential enhanced with new high grade assay results including values such as 508 grams per tonne over 0.25 metres Board of Directors Advisory Team Exploration Team (Murgor Resources Ltd.) Technical Advisors Strategic Partners Windfall Lake: Location Map Windfall Lake: Exploration Contact Info Dan Hachey, MBA Canadian Gold Exploration Company with advanced-stage gold property: Gold prospect in Chibougamau Mining District in Urban Township Excellent infrastructure 331 holes drilled 71 kilometres of core Promising results including 52.3 oz/t over 4.8 metres Excellent data (although not modeled) 1,453 meter underground ramp 5 meter diameter Fist sized visible gold in F - 11 ramp wall 48 person operating camp Kitchen, infirmary, core shacks and cutting shed Corporate Secretary - Investor Cubed Inc. (Toronto) - 1,119 metre ramp completed in 2008 Wes Roberts, P.Eng. IBK Capital Corporation - New Road Neil W. Richardson, P.Geo. Dr. Jean-Philippe Desrochers, P.Geo. Mackenzie I. Watson, P.Eng. - Windfall Lake Project near Val d'Or, Quebec (recently aquired from Noront, Freewest and Murgor). Richard Nemis - Whats New in the Area? MI3 Communications Financieres Inc. (Montreal) - Amandeep Rai "Maximize the value of the gold discovery on the Windfall Property through an agressive exploration and development program". President and CEO Terry Schorn, P.Geo Cale Thomas Director (Previous Noront Resources President) 32.5 metres in zone F-11 Bulk sample necessary to determine true grade - Zone F-17: Average of 2.34 g/t Au in muck samples P.Geo., P.Eng., Director (President Murgor) -


Transcript: Discussion Your DJ'S for today New Segment Reflection DubiDubiDapDap107.5 Radyo na TV pa! Introduction Who we are? Wassup mga ka-Pochi Dj Roxy This is! This is! Dj Amerah SOCIALLY WORKING for Social workers Share your opinions and reaction Family-Focused Work #DevelopmentalApproach "Causing something to unfold, to grow, to change for the better, to be realized." In the developmental approach, people are not seen as being sick or healthy, but on a scale ranging from socially functional, to inadequate, to good functioning. Continually able to move up this scale in a life long developmental process of self-realization. Physical Intellectual Aesthetic Interpersonal This view holds the two essential features of developmental social work with groups: Recognition of the human being as the main resource to be utilized. Interpersonal relationships. Main point This able to discuss the importance of developmental approach in helping the client. The approach is to help people continually move forward in a life long process of self-realization, or fulfillment of potential in social functioning. The approach is describe in terms of a series of crises through which the individual grows and evolves. In this model, the three major themes characterize the developmental approach: Humanistic, Phenomenological and Developmental CONCEPT Developmental social work, which is also known as the social development approach to social work, emphasizes the role of social investment in professional practice. These investments meet the material needs of social work’s clients and facilitate their full integration into the social and economic life of the community. Troop describes events and worker activities during the work with developmental groups which evidence group and the basic social work helping process. Together, they present a beginning stage, a middle stage and ending stage in the developmental approach. Beginning Stage Members: A. Become oriented to the new situation Worker: A. Clarifies purpose and structure of the group. Middle Stage Members: A. More open expression by members B. Increasing understanding and acceptance of values of group experience by members. Worker: A. Guides group toward defined goals. B. Clarifies tasks completed and tasks still to be done. Ending Stage Members: A. Showing varying degrees of task-accomplishment. B. Inventory gains from group experience. Worker: A. Helps the group with task-accomplishment. B. Evaluates gains made from group experience. PROCESS Clientele group The target client of developmental approach are those groups or individuals who are striving for self realization; people that wants to change for the better and grow. This approach is to guide a person to be better and move forward in life. SAMPLE CASE San Vicente Mother's Group Our Reflection Developmental social workers believe that client strengths and capabilities need to be augmented with public resources and services if those served by the profession are to live productive and fulfilling lives. Although developmental social work is inspired by international innovations, particularly in the developing countries, the book shows that it also has relevance to the United States and other Western nations. It also contends that developmental social work practice is not confined to community organization or other macro-practice interventions, and that developmental ideas can be implemented in mainstream fields of social work practice such as child welfare, mental health, aging, social assistance and correctional social work.

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