Del Mar Rotary hosts Joe Harper

Dr. Richard Wheelock enjoys Joe Harper's talk.

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The Del Mar Rotary Club featured Joe Harper — president, general manager and CEO of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club — as guest speaker at its July 14 meeting. Photos: Will Parson

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