Mom's proud and Jeff, as she refers to him, is embarrassed. Both are supporting a wonderful cause.

Jefferson White has been doing a great job playing "Jimmy Hurdstrom" on the popular Paramount Network show 'Yellowstone' for four seasons now. During some downtime from the show, the Mt. Vernon, Iowa native and his mom did a public service announcement video for Horizons' Meals on Wheels program in the Cedar Rapids area.

As discussed in the video below, Meals on Wheels is looking for volunteers to deliver meals on a one-time basis or to take on a weekly route. However, it's so much more than delivering a meal to a senior. It's bringing a smile, a conversation, and could also be recognition of health concerns or risks inside the home.

Meals on Wheels is a wonderful organization that my dad has been volunteering with for more than 15 years. As a senior himself, he knows the importance of those meals and everything else that comes with the visits.

Back in November of 2021, Horizons started using a new app called 'More Than a Meal.' KCRG reports the app is being beta tested by Meals on Wheels volunteers in Cedar Rapids. It provides information for those delivering meals, including who they're delivering to and how to get to where they live. They can also put information into the app, including concerns, that go back to Horizons to be acted on quickly. If you'd like to volunteer, you can do so HERE.

Thanks to Jefferson (Jeff) and his mom for recognizing the importance of this organization and service. By the way, I think you'll agree after watching the video below that's one proud mom. And as far as Jefferson being comfortable in front of the camera... I believe we now know where that came from.

We look forward to season five, Jefferson. And, of course, the new show 'Yellowstone: 6666' that you'll be starring in!

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