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Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Don't miss informative Cyber World safety chat tonight
Keep Your Kids Safe in the Real and Cyber World
In an effort to educate parents and caregivers of the Internet dangers facing children today, Aliso Viejo Police Services and the Orange County Sheriff's Department will give an interactive presentation tonight at Aliso Niguel High School Theater, 28000 Wolverwine Way.
The 7:15 p.m. presentation, Keeping your Kids Safe in the Real and Cyber World, will help educate parents and caregivers on the dangers that face teens on and offline.
The seminar will teach people how to be proactive in keeping their kids safe on the Internet today. They'll get the latest information about social networking sites Facebook and My Space. Current trends such as "sexting" and other invaluable information will also be discussed.
Orange County Sheriff's Investigator Jeff Brown will lead the program that is designed for parents and guardians only. The Aliso Niguel High School PTSA welcomes parents from Aliso Viejo Middle School, Don Juan Avila Middle School and elementary schools in Aliso Viejo.
For more information, call 949-831-5590.
The City of Aliso Viejo, which incorporated July 1, 2001, encompasses roughly 7 square miles with nearly 48,000 residents. The City's annual budget is approximately $30 million. The City supports a thriving business community with companies such as Pacific Life Insurance Co.; United Parcel Service (UPS); Clarient; Valeant Pharmaceuticals; Q-Logic; Lennar Homes; Buy.Com; Fluor Daniel; Pepsi Bottling, Inc.; Shea Homes; the Renaissance ClubSport Hotel; and Bausch and Lomb.
Aliso Viejo has 23 parks, vast open space and top-notch amenities including the Aliso Viejo Ranch and the City's new Conference Center and Aquatic Center. The City of Aliso Viejo welcomes you to "Experience It All." For more information, visit www.cityofalisoviejo.com. The City is also celebrating 2010 as the Year of the Youth.