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Six Flags New England Sends Holiday Thrills to Square One

Springfield, MA (December 3, 2020) — Six Flags New England – the Holiday Capital of New England – will be donating over 200 toys valued at over $1,000 in toys to Square One’s children.


“Six Flags New England is honored to support Square One this holiday season,” says Jennifer McGrath, Communications Manager, Six Flags New England. “Now more than ever we need to rally as a community and support causes and families here in western Massachusetts and beyond. We are thrilled to be able to provide these toys to ensure a happier and brighter holiday season for families and kids alike. Our mission is to provide smiles both inside and outside of our park and we wish Square One and the families they serve a beautiful, safe and healthy Holiday Season.”


Media are encouraged to capture the donation activity.  

Date:                     Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Time:                     11:00 a.m.

Location:             Six Flags New England’s iconic 190 Illions Carousel, 1623 Main Street, Agawam, MA 01001


“We are so grateful to our friends at Six Flags New England for keeping the holiday spirit alive for our children and families,” says Kristine Allard, Vice President of Development & Communications, Square One. “This year – more than ever before – our children need to experience the magic of the holiday season. We are so fortunate to have community partners like Six Flags who are helping to ensure that happens.”


Since 1883, Square One has been committed to ensuring that all children and families have the opportunity to succeed at school, at work, and in life by providing educational programs, family support services, health and fitness resources, and a voice in the community. Square One knows that children grow up to become better educated and more successful academically, emotionally and socially when they have high-quality early education, nurturing adults to care for them, and a safe and healthy community in which to live.

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