By: Kylen Mills
A group of St Ambrose students hit the streets on Sunday, all to help out their neighbors for Bee the Difference Day.
The students raked leaves, worked in gardens and did other odd jobs at homes near St Ambrose.
Bee the Difference Day started back in 2006 as a chance for St Ambrose students to get involved and give back to the community.
"I really hope that we're not just nuisances and loud noises on weekend and stuff like that, that we really do care about them and we appreciate them putting up with a huge university next door," said St. Ambrose student Laura Robinson.
About 490 students worked at 70 different sites near the school today.