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June 24, 1992 | PAMELA WARRICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some people look at volleyball courts and ask, "Why?" Sheila Watkins looks at volleyball courts and asks, "Why not?" In 1989, days after President George Bush named her husband, James D. Watkins, secretary of energy, Sheila Watkins was being shown around the Energy Department building on Independence Avenue. "They showed me the credit union and waste management and the security system, and I said, 'So where's the child-care center?' " " 'No center,' they said, 'but we've got a site.'
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June 24, 1992 | PAMELA WARRICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some people look at volleyball courts and ask, "Why?" Sheila Watkins looks at volleyball courts and asks, "Why not?" In 1989, days after President George Bush named her husband, James D. Watkins, secretary of energy, Sheila Watkins was being shown around the Energy Department building on Independence Avenue. "They showed me the credit union and waste management and the security system, and I said, 'So where's the child-care center?' " " 'No center,' they said, 'but we've got a site.'
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