Radio DJ Gaudencio Sanchez, “The General,” walks on the roof of Fiesta Foods as part of station La Ley 99.5’s annual food and clothing drive for charities. He has been up there since Monday and plans to come down at 5 p.m. Friday after 99.5 hours. Other station members are in the parking lot collecting donations until Friday evening, said station host Norma Quintana.
Radio DJ Gaudencio Sanchez, “The General,” walks on the roof of Fiesta Foods as part of station La Ley 99.5’s annual food and clothing drive for charities. He has been up there since Monday and plans to come down at 5 p.m. Friday after 99.5 hours. Other station members are in the parking lot collecting donations until Friday evening, said station host Norma Quintana. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Radio DJ Gaudencio Sanchez, “The General,” walks on the roof of Fiesta Foods as part of station La Ley 99.5’s annual food and clothing drive for charities. He has been up there since Monday and plans to come down at 5 p.m. Friday after 99.5 hours. Other station members are in the parking lot collecting donations until Friday evening, said station host Norma Quintana. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

DJ stays on top of Fiesta Foods for charity

December 17, 2015 05:01 PM

UPDATED December 17, 2015 05:03 PM

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