EUREKA, Mo. (KSDK) - Six Flags St. Louis is asking the community to help them find a project that will allow employees to volunteer to make a difference for a person, family, or non-profit organization.
Each November, after the park has closed for the season, employees take part in Project 6 Day to give back to the community. This will be the fifth year for the event, which uses employees to do various projects such as painting, cleaning, landscaping, filling food boxes, or performing minor repair work.
In the past, these projects have included work at Epworth Children's Center, food pantries, Camp Wyman, and shelters.
Employees are asking for people to submit ideas. Anyone can send a submission, which must be mailed to Six Flags St. Louis, P.O. Box 60, Eureka, Mo. 63077 Attn. Public Relations. Submissions must be postmarked no later than Oct. 18.
For more information on the types of projects Six Flags is looking for, visit their website.