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1986: kimberlybiggs served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras in LA36, LA40, Yorito,Las Minas, El Progreso beginning in 1986
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer kimberlybiggs can be contacted at kbiggsahhldbiz
Country of Service: Honduras
Training Group: Small Animal Husbandry
Cities you served in: LA36, LA40, Yorito,Las Minas, El Progreso
Arrival Year: 1986
Departure Year: 1988
Provided technical assistance and training to Women and Youth groups working with chicken projects for the production and sell of eggs.
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Currently a Mortgage Loan Offcier. Successful. Still volunteering when I can in the comuunity inwhich I live.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Gave me a powerful experience in dealing with diversity and problem solving. Most influential experience of my life.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Laura Kochivar (not sure how to spell) she was in Costa Rica same time, we both attended the University of Iowa. Aslo, Ronald Robinson He was in Honduras from 1985 to 1987. We lived together in El Progreso, Yoro.
Any message for returned volunteers?:
When we shift our mind and open are selves up, we find unlimited possibilities and within that we find our freedom! Take a Quantum Leap!
Originally posted: August 30, 2006
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