My name is Emanuel Rodriguez I have 40 years and I am originally from Mexico, I live in Port Chester for 15 years, I am married and have 3 children.
I arrived at Don Bosco eight years ago looking for work and since then I worked as a day laborer, met Gonzalo Cruz and became a member of the board of Directors of Don Bosco workers and since then I have helped Gonzalo in the affairs of Don Bosco Workers facing.
I am also a musician and in previous years I was very involved in the choir of the church, now I play in a mariachi band and I am very grateful to God for all that has given me and I am happy to serve the community in the problems facing.
Mi nombre es Emanuel Rodriguez tengo 40 anos y soy originario de Mexico ,vivo en port chester desde hace 15 anos ,soy casado y tengo 3 hijos.
Yo llegue a Don Bosco hace 8 anos buscando trabajo y desde entonces trabaje coma jornalero, conoci a Gonzalo Cruz y me hice miembro de la mesa directiva de Don Bosco workers y desde entonces he ayudado a gonzalo en los asuntos que Don Bosco Workers enfrenta.
Tambien soy musico yen anos anteriores estube muy ivolucrado en el coro de la Iglesia, ahora toco en un mariachi band y estoy muy agradecido con Dias por todo lo que me ha brindado y estoy feliz de poder servir a a la comunidad en los problemas que enfrenta.
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