Guard museum seeks to expand
The Museum of the Kansas National Guard in Topeka recently kicked off an expansion campaign.
The expansion will add another 2,000 square feet including areas for historical displays and an area to host educational events.
"The museum expansion will improve our ability to capture and tell our story," said Roger Wilson, museum president and a retired command chief master sergeant.
The Museum of the Kansas National Guard is at the entrance of Forbes Field in Topeka and is open to the public Tuesdays through Saturdays, free of charge.
For additional information concerning donations or questions contact Wilson at (785) 862-1020.
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