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Baltimore Child Abuse Center to lead online safety classes for tweens, parents at Wee Chic

Baltimore Child Abuse Center to lead online safety classes for tweens, parents at Wee Chic

Lutherville children’s clothing store Wee Chic Boutique will team up with Baltimore Child Abuse Center this month to host “Tweens and Technology,” a three-part speaker series at the shop, educating parents and “tweens,” or early-age teenagers, on ways to improve online safety.

Wee Chic owner Bridget Quinn Stickline has been working on the project for almost a year and said that she was inspired to start the series after customers expressed concerns about the increased prevalence of technology and the Internet in their children’s lives.

But after the recent stabbing death of 13-year-old Virgina teen Nicole Lovell, who first...

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