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Posted: December 1, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Updated: December 1, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Carpenter Nick Mulhern pounds through a bolt as he works on a visitor’s photo booth while joining 150 Six Flag Magic Mountain employees who participated in the annual Project 6: Day of Service by completing upgrades of landscaping, electrical lighting, fencing, painting, and equipment storage at the Gibbon Conservation Center in Saugus on Friday.  Carpenter Nick Mulhern pounds through a bolt as he works on a visitor’s photo booth while joining 150 Six Flag Magic Mountain employees who participated in the annual Project 6: Day of Service by completing upgrades of landscaping, electrical lighting, fencing, painting, and equipment storage at the Gibbon Conservation Center in Saugus on Friday. 
Carpenter Nick Mulhern pounds through a bolt as he works on a visitor’s photo booth while joining 150 Six Flag Magic Mountain employees who participated in the annual Project 6: Day of Service by completing upgrades of landscaping, electrical lighting, fencing, painting, and equipment storage at the Gibbon Conservation Center in Saugus on Friday. 
From left, Wes Demrest, Mario Aguilar, and Lima Tinto-Selk hang a sign as they join 150 Six Flag Magic Mountain employees who participated in the annual Project 6: Day of Service.  From left, Wes Demrest, Mario Aguilar, and Lima Tinto-Selk hang a sign as they join 150 Six Flag Magic Mountain employees who participated in the annual Project 6: Day of Service. 
From left, Wes Demrest, Mario Aguilar, and Lima Tinto-Selk hang a sign as they join 150 Six Flag Magic Mountain employees who participated in the annual Project 6: Day of Service. 
Carpenters Rob Ravana, left, and Tim Dofflow cut planks for fencing while joining 150 Six Flag Magic Mountain employees who participated in the annual Project 6.  Carpenters Rob Ravana, left, and Tim Dofflow cut planks for fencing while joining 150 Six Flag Magic Mountain employees who participated in the annual Project 6. 
Carpenters Rob Ravana, left, and Tim Dofflow cut planks for fencing while joining 150 Six Flag Magic Mountain employees who participated in the annual Project 6. 
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