ROP COSMETOLOGY student Jayla Stout, left works with Sarah Garrison from El Dorado Hills, seated while instructors Lauren Blaze, center, and Jennifer Fitzgerald look on Wednesday April 30 at the new ROP cosmetology facility at Shenandoh High School in El Dorado. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins


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By From page A1 | May 05, 2014

“Sometimes when things are falling apart, they may actually be falling into place.” This is a quotation from a video made by Lauren Blaze, director of Central Sierra Regional Occupation Program School of Cosmetology. The three-minute video shows the aftermath of the October 29, 2013 fire that destroyed the Cosmetology building — blackened rubble, melted doll heads with fried hair, total destruction.

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