South Surrey businesswoman hosts online-safety seminar

Jesse Miller will be speaking on cyber safety for children at the Richmond office of Peekaboo Beans, owned by Traci Costa.

A South Surrey businesswoman will be hosting a noted social media educational speaker June 13.

Jesse Miller will be speaking on cyber safety for children at the Richmond office of Peekaboo Beans, owned by Traci Costa.

According to the release, Miller will focus on providing parents with the tools they require to manage social media and technology with their families.

The event will also include a question-and-answer period for parents.

The session will begin at 6 p.m. at 610-13211 Delf Pl., Richmond.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at www.peekaboobeans.com

All proceeds from the event will go towards Canadian charity, Playground Builders.

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