LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) In three different locations around the Rock, THV'ers spent all Saturday giving back to the community.
At the Thrasher Boys and Girls Club, a friendly rivalry game of who can build students' desks the quickest. Come Monday, kids will be surprised to see their rooms turned upside down.
"New carpet will be placed in here, and we just make it a nice safe environment where they can learn and do computer work," says Liz Massey.
The second place we and the community helped make a difference was at College Station Elementary where volunteers built cabinets and painted the rooms and sidewalks.
"We want parents to know if we are taking care of the outside we are also taking care of the inside academically," says Principal Lisa Watson.
Last but not least, Baseline Elementary. Between the hot dog breaks, volunteers removed trees, painted sidewalks and the parking lot and built a park bench. Despite the cooler weather, it was a warm experience.
"I support 'Make a Difference Day' because it's an exercise in the most abundant resource we have in the country-caring," says Craig O'neill.
A day of caring, throughout the city so that Arkansas children can have a safe and new exciting place to learn.