SUU's Carillon to get Bells after Minor Delay

Published: October 12, 2007 | Read Time: 1 minutes

The bell installation on the 76-feet tall, 25-bell Carter Carillon Tower at Southern Utah University.

Installation of the bells, which was supposed to begin the afternoon of Thursday, October 11, was delayed due to a scheduling conflict with the organization hired to install the bells. According to Carillon Foreman Chad Carter, the bell installation will now begin this Monday, October 15, and will most likely run through at least Wednesday. Carter anticipates Tuesday as the optimal viewing day for photographers to capture the bell installation.

All members of the community and press are invited to watch any portion of the bell installation.
In addition, for those people who cannot make it to SUU’s campus, a live webcam has been set up to capture the entire Carillon construction from start to finish, including the installation of the bells.
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