By Frank Vascellaro

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — One of Minnesota’s most unique radio shows celebrated its one-year anniversary Monday.

Conor O’Meara hosts “Conor’s Corner” every Monday on WFNU radio, a local community station in St. Paul. Monday’s anniversary show was at the Highland Park Lunds & Byerlys store.

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O’Meara has had a number of newsmakers and top Minnesota athletes on his show. But Monday, he scooped everyone when Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson called in.

As a person living with Autism, O’Meara loves to talk about sports, music, life and whatever is on his mind, with co-host Scott Applebaum.

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“The challenges that individuals with disabilities face in their lives, and he’s all about the joy of life and understanding each other and having great conversations, and so that’s why I think this show works,” Applebaum said,

There is now a “Conor’s Corner” nonprofit to provide life and employment opportunities for people living with disabilities.

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The Vikings contributed $1,000 to the fund on Monday.

Frank Vascellaro