Chick-N-Que was one of several food trucks to offer free lunches to homeless men and Durham Rescue Mission staffers in front of the Rescue Mission’s Men’s Center for Hope building on the East Main Street, Durham campus midday Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Chick-N-Que is scheduled to take part in a series of food truck luncheons at Wendell Park from March to October 2015.
Chick-N-Que was one of several food trucks to offer free lunches to homeless men and Durham Rescue Mission staffers in front of the Rescue Mission’s Men’s Center for Hope building on the East Main Street, Durham campus midday Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Chick-N-Que is scheduled to take part in a series of food truck luncheons at Wendell Park from March to October 2015. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Chick-N-Que was one of several food trucks to offer free lunches to homeless men and Durham Rescue Mission staffers in front of the Rescue Mission’s Men’s Center for Hope building on the East Main Street, Durham campus midday Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Chick-N-Que is scheduled to take part in a series of food truck luncheons at Wendell Park from March to October 2015. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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