Marine Mammal Pavilion is awarded $30,000

January 07, 1991

The Westinghouse Foundation has contributed $30,000 to the National Aquarium's Marine Mammal Pavilion.

The funds are to be used on programs designed to educate visitors about whale and dolphin behavior through a combination of audio and video technology and demonstrations from the mammals.

"We are pleased to be associated with such a top-quality educational endeavor," said Richard A. Linder, president of Westinghouse's Electronic Systems Group here. "The new pavilion, along with this multimedia presentation, will promote a better understanding of marine animals and the need for conservation of our nation's resources."

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