West Michigan: Newsmakers Sep 3, 2007

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Grand Rapids Press:

He works six days a week at the crack of dawn and isn't paid a nickel for his trouble. The next time you grumble when the alarm clock buzzes, think of Oscar Zuniga. This volunteer extraordinaire just turned 80 and still wakes up at 4 each morning to get to work on time. And what is the work he does for love, not money? He's on the air 5:30 to 7 a.m. weekdays and 6 to 8 a.m. Sundays hosting the music show "El Mundo Musical" on community radio station WYCE-FM (88.1). "I wake up, admire myself in the mirror and think, 'Here I am -- I'm still alive and looking for trouble,' " he said. For 20 years, "El Mundo Musical" has brought regional Mexican hits to the Hispanic community in West Michigan. Since the beginning, Zuniga has been the program's musical maestro and guide... 20 years on the air for free (Mon, 9/3)

 

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