Challenged America welcomed blind and visually impaired children from the Bay Park Elementary School for a day of sailing last week
From the children:
I loved sailing with you. I liked it when I turned the wheel and pulled the ropes for the sails. i enjoyed sailing with you.
I really liked sailing with you. It was really fun. Being towed around was fun too. I can’t wait until I can go sailing again. Thank you for everything.
Going sailing was a lot of fun. You gave me lots of information about how much a sailboat costs, and what happens during a race, and how fast it goes. I hope I can go sailing again, when my dad comes home.
Thank you for going sailing with me. I loved going fast on the boat. It’s cool that someone who can’t see could go sailing. I loved when we were telling stories about when I went on a boat last year. I liked being called Captain Joy. It was fun going sailing.
I want to say thank you for taking me sailing. It was fun being able to sail the boat. I loved being in the water and seeing the different parts of the boat. The best part was me steering the boat by myself. Thank you again. I had a great time.
From all of us at Challenged America, we are glad you had fun, come back to sail with us soon, and, thank you, that’s why we volunteer