Dolly Schulz of Gardner, is being nominated for a community service award by the Where the Trails Divides Chapter, NSDAR, Oct. 10 of every year is recognized by the Daughters of the American Revolution as a national day of service.
In observance of this day and to help the KSDAR set a Guiness Book of World Record, the Where the Trail Divides Chapter, NSDAR, met to tie fleece blankets for the veterans of Gardner.
The goal by the KSDAR was to tie 2,020 blankets in eight hours, statewide. While maintaining social distancing and wearing face masks five DAR members and four volunteers tied 44 fleece blankets in eight hours.
Doll Schulz tied nine of these blankets herself. She was very enthusiastic throughout the eight hours and when done with her nine, she assisted two other ladies in finishing up their blankets. The nomination is being sent through the Kansas Society Daughters of the American Revolution, and if the Kansas society deems it worthy, the nomination will go to the National Society in Washington, DC.