"This is Job Corps," an hour-long radio program written and reported by Tongue Point Job Corps Center (TPJCC) students, will air at 6 p.m. Sunday on KMUN.

The show will include an interview with Nancy Pyburn, center director, a story about students who became playwrights, a guest and music from Kenya, and a story on Red Ribbon Week, among other pieces.

KMUN broadcasts on 91.9 FM north to Grayland, east to Longview, Wash., south to Seaside and beyond, and 89.5 FM in Cannon Beach and Tillamook County.

The Tongue Point program will be highlighted in detail in an upcoming edition of The Daily Astorian.

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