Giuliano presented a commemorative bell to the Dawson Association. This bell was made in Italy at the foundry which makes bells for the Vatican. The bell commemorates the history of the Molise region of Italy, the location of San Pietro Avellana. In Italy, bells have a particular significance. They are rung to announce good news and bad news. They are rung to announce the births of children and the deaths of countrymen. It is customary to ring town bells on the deaths of townspeople no matter where in the world the person died.