Bee the Difference Day



Bee the Difference Day is an annual service day for SAU students to help out our neighbors in the Quad Cities.

Students will gather at the Rogalski Center beginning at 11 a.m. and then will depart around noon in teams to fulfill 107 neighbor requests for assistance with fall yard work, clean up and fix-it needs.

Bee the Difference Day was founded by members of the SAU Student Government Association in 2006 and has grown from 30 participating students to include nearly a quarter of the school's undergraduate student population.


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