Red Flag #2 When you do finally decide to meet up, decide on a neutral and safe location (a restaurant or a café) and have a friend or family member bring you and let them meet your date.If you cannot arrange this, make sure you tell someone close to you about your plans.I’m a highly technical person and know a lot about the Internet and how it works.

Modern technology assists greatly with computerized drug interaction screening.

However the personal touch, face to face still holds sway... New Rotarian Peter Viitala entered the Rotary family at our first 2016 meeting with fanfare. Roly Turner, current (in his 4th year) Rotary District Foundation Chair, delivered a masterful explanation of the Rotary Foundation.

Bob Tomlinson, dressed in red, thanks Prince Arthur Hotel ‘s Richard Toffanello for yet another year of faithful service in setting up the rooms for club meetings, serving food and attending to various and sundry requirements of Rotarians.

Richard announced he would like to continue in this domain another year. Returning RYLA students Hilary Mac Dougall (middle) and Beth O’Neill (R), are pictured with President Darren Fisk following their presentation on their experience at the RYLA leadership camp in Crookston MN.

So what does this have to do with a dating site you ask?

Unfortunately, the anonymity of the internet makes it a perfect place for con artists to hide their real intentions while trying to entrap their victims under the guise of romantic interest.

Reverend Dunn thanked Rotarians on behalf of the whole group, and reminded us that he was a Rotary student award recipient 60 (sixty) years ago!

Kevin and the club are delighted with assisting these community service partners.

Don’t get me wrong, the vast majority of members of reputable dating sites (both paid and free) are legitimately looking for a sincere match, but there are red flags that you should look out for when embarking on the journey of online dating for the first time. Red Flag #1 If someone is too interested – too quickly – in getting to know you beyond the safety of your computer, this could indicate a problem.