What a doll: Local girl donates dolls to nursing home

Sadie Kulm poses with Betty Irons, a Pioneer Place resident, and one of the donated Reborn Dolls. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

VALE — Sadie Kulm, a seventh grader at Vale Middle School, sold “slime” to raise money to buy Reborn Dolls to donate to Pioneer Nursing Home for use in therapy and enjoyment. The lifelike baby dolls retail for more than $100. 

Betty Irons, Pioneer Place resident, holds one of the Reborn Dolls, noting its heft – the dolls are a realistic 6 pounds. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

Jessica Kulm, Sadie’s mom, shows off the dolls realistic legs, complete with subtle veins and wrinkled feet. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

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