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Habitat makeover

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. 
<p>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.</p><br /><br /><p> </p>
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.&nbsp; 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.&nbsp;
<p>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.</p><br /><br /><p> </p>
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.&nbsp; 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.&nbsp;
<p>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.</p><br /><br /><p> </p>
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