Roseville Mayor Claudia Gamar, left, joins Heald College officials Scott Loring and Donald Ed Hardenbrook for the groundbreaking of a new campus in Roseville in 1998.
Roseville Mayor Claudia Gamar, left, joins Heald College officials Scott Loring and Donald Ed Hardenbrook for the groundbreaking of a new campus in Roseville in 1998. HECTOR AMEZCUA The Sacramento Bee file
Roseville Mayor Claudia Gamar, left, joins Heald College officials Scott Loring and Donald Ed Hardenbrook for the groundbreaking of a new campus in Roseville in 1998. HECTOR AMEZCUA The Sacramento Bee file
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