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MERIDIAN BANK EXCEEDS $100,000 FUND-RAISING GOAL FOR AREA HOMELESS

 MERIDIAN BANK EXCEEDS $100,000 FUND-RAISING GOAL FOR AREA HOMELESS
 What: A news conference announcing the success of Meridian
 Bank's 1992 Days of Hope fund-raising effort for the
 homeless. Through the sale of its 1992 Days of Hope
 calendar, Meridian Bank raised more than $100,000.
 The funds will be shared by seven Delaware Valley
 organizations serving the homeless. A representative
 from the Philadelphia Committee for the Homeless, one
 of the seven beneficiary organizations, will outline
 how the much-needed funds will be used. At the news
 conference, the 1993 calendar theme will also be
 announced.
 Who: David Bright, president, Delaware Valley Division of
 Meridian Bank; Phyllis Ryan, executive director,
 Philadelphia Committee for the Homeless;
 representatives from recipient organizations; and
 Meridian Bank's Days of Hope Committee.
 When: Wednesday, Feb. 12, 10 a.m.
 Where: Philadelphia Committee for the Homeless, 802 N. Broad
 St., Philadelphia.
 Visual: Checks will be presented to representatives from the
 beneficiary organizations which include: American Red
 Cross Homeless Shelter (Bucks County); Community
 Service Council of Chester County; Community Action
 Agency of Delaware County; Habitat for Humanity
 (Montgomery County); People's Emergency Center
 (Philadelphia County); Philadelphia Committee for the
 Homeless (Philadelphia County); Project Rainbow
 (Philadelphia County).
 CONTACT: Jeffrey Gordon of Meridian Bank, 215-854-3127, or Belinda Donovan of The Tierney Group, 215-732-4100, for Meridian Bank.
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