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Indianapolis Public Schools will have a “Cyber Security: Keeping Kids Safe Online” seminar at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 2 at Shortridge High School. Cyber security expert Theresa Payton, a former White House Chief Information Officer, will provide parents, guardians and children with information that can protect them from online dangers. 

Payton will discuss how to properly monitor and manage electronic device usage, secret applications that hide inappropriate online behavior, how social media posts can expose personal information, why stranger danger is a threat online and how sharing too much information can impact life after high school. 

 

Survivors support

The Ransburg YMCA received an anonymous $10,000 donation and will now offer Livestrong for cancer survivors. Registration is open for the 12-week program, which meets twice a week for 90 minutes and uses basic physical activity to ease cancer patients back into exercise and help maintain a healthy weight.

Classes begin Sept. 26 at Ransburg YMCA, 501 N. Shortridge Road. Call 317-269-6004 or email change my life@indymca.org to register.

Livestrong at the YMCA also is offered at Baxter YMCA, Jordan YMCA, Hendricks Regional Health YMCA and Benjamin Harrison YMCA.

 

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