MICHIGAN NATIONAL BANK JOINS SALVATION ARMY'S 'OPERATION NOAH'
DETROIT, July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Michigan National Bank branches throughout the state will serve as drop-off sites for The Salvation Army's "Operation Noah" flood relief effort. The Salvation Army is collecting paper products, cleaning supplies, non-perishable foods, coffee, Gatorade, beverage mixes, baby food, disposable diapers, and first aid supplies to ship to the Midwest. In addition to the 119 Michigan National Bank locations in Michigan, all Salvation Army facilities throughout the Eastern Michigan Division are collecting supplies Monday-Friday, and the Army's headquarters at 16130 Northland Drive will be open Saturday, July 17, and Sunday, July 18, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. to accept donations. Monetary donations are also needed. Checks should be sent to: The Salvation Army "Operation Noah" 16130 Northland Drive Southfield, MI 48075 One hundred percent of the donations for "Operation Noah" will go to the relief effort. To find the nearest Salvation Army center, or for more information on "Operation Noah," call 313-443-5500. -0- 7/16/93 /CONTACT: Pamela A. Reynolds or Lisa C. Williams of The Salvation Army, 313-443-5500/
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|Date:||Jul 16, 1993|
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