Arco Iris Group
Electo S.- President of the community bank. He was born in the province of VallegranD. in the Santa Cruz region. Currently, he lives in El Torno zone with his son and wife in his small home that he bought with the fruits of his labor. They have operated a bread shop for the past 20 years.
Sabina Farrel- Treasurer of the community bank. She lives in the El Torno zone, has four children, and has her own house. She makes a living by selling cosmetics, a business that she realizes by traveling to people's homes in the same way as her colleagues. Her husband works as a driver. He dream is for both of them to have their own cars.
ELECTO S..- Es el presidente del banco comunal, el es nacido en la provincia D. VallegranD. del Departamento D. Santa Cruz. Actualmente vive en la zona D. El Torno, el vive con su hijo y su esposa en una pequeña casa propia, la cual ha sido adquirida con el fruto D. su trabajo, ellos tienen una panadería, desD. hace 20 años.
Sabina Farrel.- es la tesorera del Banco comunal, vive en la zona D. El Torno, tiene cuatro hijos y vive en casa propia. Se dedica a la venta D. cosméticos, negocio que realiza D. manera ambulante y D. la misma manera que las otras compañeras con el tiempo quiere llegar a colocar su negocio fijo.
Su esposo trabaja como ayudante D. chofer, el sueño D. ambos es llegar a contar con vehiculo propio.
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