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The public is invited to attend a prayer walk and wavepool signing at the new Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park & Water Park in White Settlement 5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 6. The purpose of the casual “come and go” event is to dedicate the park and offer guests a sneak peek of the new attractions.

“We have a tradition where we dedicate each new Hawaiian Falls park by inviting the community to join us in writing a favorite scripture or memorial on the floor of the wavepool.” said David Busch, Hawaiian Falls CEO. “The event is a great time for the community to come together and help us dedicate the park in prayer. “We hope the entire 18,000 square foot wave pool bottom is covered with drawings, scriptures and favorite quotes from our guests.”

Guests are invited to write a prayer, scripture or memorial on the wavepool floor before it is covered and sealed. Guests will also get a sneak peek of the Hawaiian Falls water park attractions as well as the new activities at the world’s first Adventure Park – Water Park – Event Center combination, which is scheduled to open in May.

“Despite losing 28 days since December to rain, snow and ice, we are very close to completion,” said Busch. We’re looking forward to an amazing inaugural season of bringing families closer together in White Settlement and northwest Tarrant County.”

Hawaiian Falls White Settlement is located at the intersection of Clifford St. and N. Las Vegas Trail, adjacent to Veteran’s Park in White Settlement, just two miles north of Interstate 30 off of Interstate 820.

“Our mission is to serve the community,” explained Busch. “We model our customer service on the Golden Rule. When we treat guests the way we would like to be treated, then we will certainly be successful. We are servant leaders, so we put others’ interests before our own. My job is to serve our managers so they can be better prepared to serve our ambassadors so they are fully equipped to serve our guests. It’s really an upside-down pyramid.”

Celebrating more than a decade of bringing families closer together, Hawaiian Falls operates water parks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco. The first Adventure Park – WaterPark – Aloha Event Center combinations are nearing completion in Pflugerville (north of Austin) and White Settlement. More information is available at hfalls.com or facebook.com/hfalls.