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The Morning Program with Mark and the Morning Team

The Morning Program with Mark and Gary

Air Date August 21, 2013


On today's program guests include Terry Pluto, Julie Roys and Jon Gauger.  Additional items referred to may be found on Moody Radio Cleveland's Facebook page:  Facebook Group.


Terry Pluto

6:05 a.m. – Terry Pluto
Sports columnist for The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio
Topic: Volunteer youth sports coaches and hard-core parents 
Website | Listen

6:15 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic:  The Word of the Day
wayworn – wearied by traveling

Julie Roys

6:35 a.m. – Julie Roys
Senior Producer for Moody Radio
Audio Blog Topic: Why Wear Clothes? 

6:54 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic: Tom Doyle and e3 partners pray for Egypt

7:15 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic: Summit County jobless rate drops

Jon Gauger

7:35 a.m. – Jon Gauger
Special Projects Director, Moody Radio
Audio Blog Topic: The End of a Day
www.jongauger.com | Transcript

7:45 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic: Oreo cookie controversy

8:05 a.m. – Terry Pluto
(Same as 6:05 a.m.)

8:15 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic:  The Grab Bag Question
What is Christchurch, New Zealand’s new cathedral made out of? Cardboard

8:45 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic: Indians win in 14 innings


Mark Zimmerman

Mark Zimmerman

Born in Cleveland, Mark grew up in Geauga County. After graduating from West Geauga, Mark went to Bowling Green where he majored in Radio/TV. Mark landed a job at WUAB-TV where he did just about everything. He entered the advertising world in 1987 working at various area agencies. In February 1993, Mark was heard for the first time on Moody Radio Cleveland as a part-timer, and started hosting The Morning Program in 2000.

Mark lives in Lake County with his wife Wendy, three daughters, a large cat, and an active dog. Mark sings in the praise team at church, leads an adult Sunday School class and serves on the board of Building Hope in the City. With the entire Zimmerman family, Mark is very involved in the ministry of the Love & Hope Children’s Home in El Salvador.