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Dr. Phil, Blake Aaron featured in CJ story on Sen. McConnell

Dr. Phil Aaron and his son, Blake, Columbia, KY are pictured in an article in the Sunday, January 11, 2009, Courier, McConnell reflects on Senate career/GOP leader now Ky.'s longest-serving senator BY JAMES R. CARROLL. The photo of Dr. Phil and Blake Aaron with Senator McConnell was taken by famed CJ photographer Bill Luster, whom many still remember from his Glasgow Daily Times early career. The picture was taken at a reception for Senator McConnell at the University of Louisville. Among the photos is one of Senator McConnell's wife, Labor Secretary Elaine Chao, who made many friends in Columbia during a campaign stop in Columbia, KY, October 20, 2008, organized by Dr. Phil. There are several photos of Elaine Chao and Dr. Phil in that 12-photo album. Note: links work on January 11, 2009, but may not if tried in the future

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