Mission Sports Council hosting educational event

On May 7, learn about the dos and don’ts of social media for kids and sports organizations alike

The Mission Sports Council is hosting an educational event on the dos and don’ts of social media for kids and sports organizations alike.

Part of the sports council’s speaker series, the event takes place on May 7 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Mission Leisure Centre.

The evening will cover topics including:

– how to keep your kids, plus the organization, safe in today’s digital world;

– why just posting without a plan does not work;

– what to be afraid of and what really shouldn’t be that scary;

– what to post and when, to get your desired outcome and more.

This session is open to all residents of Mission but geared towards parents, local sports organizations, coaches, team managers and officials.

The presenter will be Michael Boronowski, manager of civic engagement and corporate initiatives with the District of Mission.

Register by phone no later than May 6 at 604-820-5350.

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