Tino Ganacias, the owner and operator of the 206 Food Truck, is a big believer in community. That's why, after moving to Oak Park in August of last year, he immediately began looking for ways to become ingrained in the fabric of the Oak Park area. Luckily for us (and our shelter clients), he decided one good way to do this would be to provide breakfast for the shelter at Euclid Avenue United Methodist Church on the second Monday of each month. Specializing in coffee and waffles, the 206 uses Euclid's kitchen as a commissary space to prep food for the 40+ clients who utilize the shelter at the church. The response from our clients has been tremendous, and we greatly appreciate his donation of time, food and considerable talent. If you see the 206 truck in the area, we encourage you to say hello to Tino and try the food. You won't regret it. Seriously.