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Source Spotlight: Deb Schoen

Meet the newest member of the Bend Park and Recreation District Board of Directors
Deb Schoen was sworn in as the newest member of the Bend Park and Recreation District Board of Directors on Tuesday. Schoen had a 40-year career working for the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District and has lived in Bend for around six years.

Financial Summit

Local author David Rosell shares the secrets of a wealthy life that extends beyond money
David Rosell is a writer, traveler, financial planner and retirement "architect" who runs a boutique wealth management firm in downtown Bend, serving 100 clients from all over the U.S. He started his first business at 15, began saving for retirement (in lieu of buying a new car) at the age of 19 and has lived and traveled in almost 80 countries. For this Money Issue, Rosell sat down with the Source to talk about how he's gained an international reputation as a financial guru, while remaining committed to connecting with nature and staying focused on spiritual wealth above material gain.

A Community Thread: Travis Wiggins

Father, husband, nurse and deep thinker
Joshua Langlais is a local photographer and the creator of A Community Thread, a project for which he interviews folks on the subject of community, its importance and how we function as individuals within it. This is an excerpt from his interview with Travis Wiggins in October.

A Community Thread: Shanti O'Connor

Recognizing trauma's impact on society; working toward healing through communication and relationships
Joshua Langlais is a local photographer and the creator of A Community Thread, a project for which he interviews folks on the subject of community, its importance, and how we function as individuals within it. This is an excerpt from his interview with Shanti O'Connor in September.

Local Novelist gives Historical Women a Voice

Jane Kirkpatrick, award-winning author, focuses on celebrating women of the West
"Women's history must be invented... both uncovered and made up." – Virginia Woolf Envisioning the wild, wild West leads to very specific imagery: dusty trails, tumbleweeds and rugged, leather-clad cowboys patrolling the countryside on horseback.

A Community Thread: JJ Riddell

An active high school student who advocates for student impact; student voices
Joshua Langlais is a local photographer and the creator of A Community Thread, a project for which he interviews folks on the subject of community, its importance, and how we function as individuals within it. This is an excerpt from his interview with JJ Riddell in July of this year.

A Community Thread: Dorian Allstot

Inviting a range of perspectives; bridging a gap between people from different walks of life
Editor's note: Joshua Langlais is a local photographer and the creator of A Community Thread, a project for which he interviews folks on the subject of community, its importance, and how we function as individuals within it. This is an excerpt from his interview with Dorian Allstot, who describes himself as a seeker of life experiences and someone who aims to liberate himself and those he cares about from poverty and oppression.

A Community Thread: Christy Walker

A passion for education; an equity champion
Joshua Langlais is a local photographer and the creator of A Community Thread, a project for which he interviews folks on the subject of community, its importance, and how we function as individuals within it. This is an excerpt from his interview with Christy Walker in July.

A Community Thread: Ashlee Davis

An advocate for kids and teens; a focus on tolerance
Editor's note: Joshua Langlais is a local photographer and the creator of A Community Thread, a project for which he interviews folks on the subject of community, its importance and how we function as individuals within it. This is an excerpt from his interview with Ashlee Davis in May. Ashlee is a middle school counselor and describes herself as lighthearted and compassionate and an advocate for kids and teenagers.

Forty Years of Service

Deschutes National Forest Supervisor John Allen is retiring. We sat down with him during his last week to talk fires, permits and more
After 40 years of serving the public through the National Forest Service, John Allen, Deschutes National Forest supervisor since 2007, retired June 21. Allen said he started as a summer seasonal employee when he was in college at the University of California, Berkeley.

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