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MICHIGAN NATIONAL BANK EMPLOYEES INITIATE '1992 CARING CONTRIBUTION FOR THE HOMELESS'

 MICHIGAN NATIONAL BANK EMPLOYEES INITIATE
 '1992 CARING CONTRIBUTION FOR THE HOMELESS'
 WHAT: $20,000 will be donated -- as a kickoff donation -- by Michigan National Bank and its employees to eight tri-county non-profit agencies that provide shelter and food to hungry men, women and children.
 Michigan National Bank employees initiated the "1992 Caring Contribution for the Homeless," a voluntary payroll deduction plan to help Michigan's hungry and homeless families. By year-end, $70,000 in payroll deductions and corporate contributions will benefit 24 agencies throughout the state that help the homeless.
 WHEN: 10 a.m., Wednesday, April 15.
 WHERE: Michigan National Corporation Headquarters
 27777 Inkster Road, Farmington Hills, Mich.
 WHO: Robert J. Mylod, chairman and chief executive officer, and Walter C. Elliott Jr., vice president and community lending officer who came up with the payroll deduction plan, will present checks for $2,500 to directors of each of the following Detroit-area agencies:
 -- Coalition on Temporary Shelter (COTS)
 -- Gleaners Food Bank
 -- Neighborhood Service Organization
 -- Turning Point
 -- Baldwin Avenue Human Services Center
 -- South Oakland Shelter (SOS)
 -- Young Men's Christian Association of Metro Detroit (YMCA)
 -- Capuchin Community Center - Soup Kitchen
 CONTACT: Ariadne Magoulias of Michigan National Bank, 313-473-3428.
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 (MNCO) CO: Michigan National Bank ST: Michigan IN: SU:


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