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Updated: 04/16/2018 08:48:01AM

Tackling the tough conversations

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Program Director, Larry Moore, discusses dating and relationships with a group of eight graders at Sebring Middle School.

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Health Educator Michelle Cathey and the iMAD team provide evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention education to approximately 2,800 adolescents annually. iMAD stands for "i Make A Difference."

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iMAD Program Director Larry Moore and Health Educator Michelle Cathey work on their next big event, Backchat, scheduled for April 19.

By ROBERT MILLER

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SEBRING — Regular patrons to one of Highlands County’s two local movie theaters in Sebring may recognize Michelle Cathey and Larry Moore.

Their 60-second public service announcement can be seen before every movie on the big screen. In this announcement, Cathey and Moore, alongside the rest of their team — Anthony Fontanes, Lindsey Kelly and Shawna Schaeffer — introduce themselves as the iMAD team.

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