So, I’ll give you a little background. I had my surgery on December 7th, low back surgery. This was a very wonderful program for me, especially during my recovery. The meals helped to refresh me and renew me. They helped me renew and refresh my spirit in life. The Short Term Home Delivered Meals Program is a program we started here at the Senior Resource Center in July of 2017 to assist older folks, like Thelma here, who needed short term meals after a surgery or after a potential rehab stay. Likely, this would be someone who could not prepare a meal. They may not have family nearby that could stop by and help them prepare a meal. They would likely go without a meal that day, especially around the lunch hour, or scramble to try to get to the kitchen and prepare a meal that they’re not able to prepare and potentially take a fall or have a setback with their health as a result. We had seen a need for several years, in fact, where we had people on our waiting list for our long term home delivered meals program, but by the time we got to them, seven, eight, nine months later, what we often found out is that they no longer needed those meals because they had recuperated and thus we were not able to provide them a meal when they needed that short term help. So, our overall goal with the short term meal program is to really create a sense of community for folks. We want them to get more than just a meal out of this. We want to promote wellness. We want those seniors to be able to get out in the communities and spread the word about what is wellness. And we feel like, through this program, they’re able to do that.