The 17th Homer Dickerson Youth Ethics Conference,  in memory of United Methodist minister and Rotarian Homer Dickerson, who died in 1991, was held on the campus of CLU on March 6.  Chaired by PP Bill Notthoff and Russ Stone, this year's event brought together students from 8 local high schools.
The students gathered for breakfast and introductions before taking part in round-table discussions on under-age driving, and improper acquisition of special parking permits. Teachers and Rotary Club members facilitated the groups.
Opening remarks from PP Karen Quigley were followed by the introduction of Past District Governor Wade Nomura, who told the attending students about Interact and involvement in service.
Keynote Speaker Terry Paulson delivered compelling data on studies into human behavior, and how obedient and easily affected by our surroundings we can be.  He challenged everyone to create their own 'page' of ethical behavior, and find their own "non-negotiable" ethical items.