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Elba High School students are participating in the Abstinence In Motion Mentoring Program this year. 
Abstinence In Motion, or more frequently called AIM, is a program were students from 5th and 6th grades are taught about the dangers of alcohol, drugs, and sexual activity, and how to deal with negative peer pressure and the consequences of their actions. 
The prospective high school mentors had to go through a rigorous process including writing a paper and being heavily recommended. This was sent to the AIM committee, and that committee picked nine deserving students: Kaleb Richard, Saege Johnson, Brittany Compton, Markia Reese, Victoria Greer, Caitie Lusk, Paige Weeks, Chase Moseley and Kelinda Griffin.