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Six Flags donates time to SCV with Project 6

Posted: November 12, 2010 9:39 p.m.
Updated: November 12, 2010 9:39 p.m.
Roland Miller, operations manager for Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, and Francisco Andrade install new fencing at Carousel Ranch in Santa Clarita on Friday. Roland Miller, operations manager for Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, and Francisco Andrade install new fencing at Carousel Ranch in Santa Clarita on Friday.
Roland Miller, operations manager for Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, and Francisco Andrade install new fencing at Carousel Ranch in Santa Clarita on Friday.
From left, Six Flags employees Mario Barrientos  and Marcus Jackson work on a two-horse corral Friday at Carousel Ranch in Santa Clarita as part of Project 6. From left, Six Flags employees Mario Barrientos  and Marcus Jackson work on a two-horse corral Friday at Carousel Ranch in Santa Clarita as part of Project 6.
From left, Six Flags employees Mario Barrientos and Marcus Jackson work on a two-horse corral Friday at Carousel Ranch in Santa Clarita as part of Project 6.
Dee Bender, market research supervisor, helps Caleb Mori, 6,  and ranch instructor Taylor Weinstein enjoy a horseback ride Friday. Dee Bender, market research supervisor, helps Caleb Mori, 6,  and ranch instructor Taylor Weinstein enjoy a horseback ride Friday.
Dee Bender, market research supervisor, helps Caleb Mori, 6, and ranch instructor Taylor Weinstein enjoy a horseback ride Friday.
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Employees from Six Flags volunteered at six locations throughout the Santa Clarita Valley as part of Project 6, the company’s annual day of service.

At Carousel Ranch, more than 70 volunteers made safety improvements and painted buildings.

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