Tonight: Trinity Lutheran Church Hosts Internet Safety Discussion

Discussion is intended for middle schoolers and a parent or parents, but everyone is invited to attend this family matters event.

Kevin Randolph, a police officer with the University of Minnesota, will speak about Internet safety and keeping kids safe tonight at Trinity Lutheran Church.

Randolph will look at Internet safety and focus especially on social networking sites. The discussion is intended for middle schoolers and a parent or parents, but everyone is invited to attend this family matters event. 

Click here for a better idea of the topic at hand.

Tonight's event will start with an abridged Wednesday Night Live contemporary worship at 5:55 p.m. followed by Randolph's presentation, which is scheduled to last until about 7:15 p.m.  

There will be time for questions and answers.

Adelaide Maisy January 25, 2013 at 10:14 AM
Such steps are most welcome and it makes an ideal case for installing some kind of parental control app also at home that prohibits kids from watching unwanted stuff. I already have one installed called Qustodio and I use it to block bad content as also watch who my son talks to on Facebook. It shows me the profile pictures of accounts that he interacts with. With measures such as these, I hope I can keep him away from such nasty stuff. You can Google for it.


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