Following the remarks those attending joined students and others for a carillon demonstration by Mr. Klein and narrated by Dean Hurst. An informal lunch hosting the special guests, donors, school officials and friends was held in the Skyroom of the Union Building following the dedication. Many comments and reports were received concerning the excellence of the dedication program and related events. Enthusiastically received by all it is felt that the carillon and tower will represent a continuing gift to the college by the donors. Letters, phone calls, memos and telegrams proclaim the project as one of the most exciting facets of Weber State history. Certainly now and in the years to come the Stewart Carillon Tower will personify the spirit of Weber State, and will represent a realization of a dream; an indication of love and generosity...a gift that never stops giving.