Six Flags White Water to have 911 Dispatcher Appreciation Days

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Jul. 19—Six Flags announced that it has partnered with the Cobb County Public Safety Foundation for 911 Dispatcher Appreciation Days, happening July 23 and July 30.

The initiative supports Cobb County's 911 dispatchers, who often work long, 12-hour shifts on the front lines and play a vital behind-the-scenes role in keeping citizens and first responders safe. Six Flags White Water is providing Cobb County 911 dispatchers and a guest with complimentary admission and the opportunity to relax and unwind with a day of fun at the water park.

The Cobb County Public Safety Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that strives to raise awareness and necessary funds to achieve their mission of providing relief, equipment, support, and training to advance the mission of the police officers, firefighters, deputy sheriffs, E911 officers and emergency medical technicians who serve Cobb County.