Every morning, Anne Kubisch takes a stroll around Stewart Park. Before heading home to get ready for the day, she stops at a Dutch Bros. Coffee stand for a double-nonfat latte that she no longer has to ask for now that she is a regular customer. A small-town atmosphere where friends and acquaintances outnumber strangers is one reason Kubisch left the hustle and bustle of New York City to lead the Ford Family Foundation in Roseburg. “I also appreciate there are local community events designed to bring people together such as the Music on the Half Shell,” Kubisch said. “It’s …
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