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The public is invited to attend a program in Neligh to learn how to keep kids safe on social media and protect them from the dangers of human trafficking.
The Set Me Free Project speakers of Omaha will present the program on Thursday, January 25 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the band room at the Neligh-Oakdale High School. The program has been set up as part of a FCCLA STAR project by Kenzie Rudolf of Neligh.
The speakers will teach parents practical ways to keep their kids safe on social media and ensure they are not vulnerable to human traffickers.
For more information, visit www.setmefreeproject.net or call 402-521-3080.