I've mentioned a time or two that Shawn and I volunteer for an adaptive sailing program. It is an awesome program for kids who are differently abled. It is called Erie Adaptive Sailing Experience (EASE) and it is through the Bayfront Center for Marintime Studies in Erie, PA. Up until this season, EASE has had two sailboats to use for the program. Every Friday during the summer, we take kids out sailing one-on-one on Lake Erie for about an hour each. We have so many wonderful volunteers and were in need of another sailboat to add to our program. Through a grant EASE received, we were able to purchase a third sailboat, thus being able to allow more kids to participate in the program! The program coordinators and some other volunteers decided that the boat needed a name. Having been inspired by Zoya and her amazing story, the new sailboat was named in honor of her......ZOYA! When we found this out we were brought to tears. We are so honored to have this boat named after her. Her story has touched many people. We have been so humbled by the support from our family and friends, and especially from our "sailing friends," who have been like another family to us, throughout our adoption process. In several years, Zoya will be able to take advantage of this program and learn to sail on Lake Erie. I can't wait to see her out in that boat!