Preslie Punzo (left) and Grace Downing, both second graders, curtsied as they were the first to complete an arithmetic problem while learning about one-room schools at Rushville Elementary School’s visit to the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame on Friday in Bonner Springs. The center is holding its traditional Barnyard Babies event opening this weekend. Bayer donated $150,000 for a new permanent exhibit expected to open in 2018 and will hand over the check Saturday.
Preslie Punzo (left) and Grace Downing, both second graders, curtsied as they were the first to complete an arithmetic problem while learning about one-room schools at Rushville Elementary School’s visit to the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame on Friday in Bonner Springs. The center is holding its traditional Barnyard Babies event opening this weekend. Bayer donated $150,000 for a new permanent exhibit expected to open in 2018 and will hand over the check Saturday. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com
Preslie Punzo (left) and Grace Downing, both second graders, curtsied as they were the first to complete an arithmetic problem while learning about one-room schools at Rushville Elementary School’s visit to the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame on Friday in Bonner Springs. The center is holding its traditional Barnyard Babies event opening this weekend. Bayer donated $150,000 for a new permanent exhibit expected to open in 2018 and will hand over the check Saturday. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com

Agriculture Hall of Fame gets big Bayer check to kickstart kids exhibit

April 22, 2016 03:44 PM