Friday, October 27, 2000

Mrs. Cheney campaigning in state




The Associated Press

        OWENSBORO, Ky. — Lynne Cheney, the wife of the Republican vice-presidential candidate, Dick Cheney, mingled with residents at the Daniel Pitino Shelter on Thursday night as part of a two-day stop in this western Kentucky city.

        Mrs. Cheney planned to visit Newton Parrish Elementary School today before heading to Washington, D.C.

        The shelter was founded in 1993. It is named for Daniel Pitino, a son of former University of Kentucky basketball coach Rick Pitino, who died as an infant.

        The shelter serves the homeless and disadvantaged with a soup kitchen, medical clinic and legal aid.

       



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