Former Rotary International president addresses local clubs

Former Rotary International president Rick King speaks.

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Del Mar Rotary Club featured Rick King, past president of Rotary International, as guest speaker at its Big 6 Club joint meeting at the Solana Beach Boys & Girls Club. Attending clubs were Del Mar, Del Mar/Solana Beach Sunrise Club, Encinitas, Encinitas Coastal, Rancho Santa Fe and Solana Beach Eco evening club, which is forming and will be chartered in April.

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