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Day of Community Service at Quiet Waters Park - November 10, 2011

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Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service

Special thanks to the Six Flags employees for partnering with Quiet Waters Park to make the park beautiful. The program is called Project 6, it is a day all the Six Flags across the nation close their doors and give back to their communities through service work. 

Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service

Employees from Six Flags and Quiet Waters Park beautified Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis, Maryland on Thursday, November 10, 2011.

Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service

In five hours volunteers painted three gazebos, the pond bridge, built and replaced about 20 blue bird boxes, built 10 wren houses, and replaced the hand rail at the boat dock.

Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service

Volunteers painted the Quiet Waters Park O. James Lighthizer gazebo.

Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service

Six Flags employees are a group of driven, task-oriented people who demonstrated a commitment to their community through direct service volunteering.

Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service

Quiet Waters Park Superintendent Michael Murdoch and volunteers repaired the handrail at the Harness Creek dock.

Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service

Quiet Waters Park pond bridge.

Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service

Volunteers painted the South River Overlook gazebo.

Day of Community Service
Day of Community Service