If your idea of a first-rate banquet is plenty of food to eat, you probably won't want to attend the May 14 banquet sponsored by the Weber State University chapter of Amnesty International.
Chances are better than average that you will need to stop at a fast-food restaurant on your way home from the "Hunger Banquet." In fact, organizers say that two-thirds of those who attend won't get much more than rice and beans.The banquet will be held at 6:30 p.m. at Your Community Connections, 470 24th St. Tickets may be purchased in advance by calling 479-8558. Tickets also will be available at the door.
Money from the $5-a-plate banquet will provide food for needy children. Scott Leckman, a Salt Lake City physician and local coordinator of RESULTS, a grass-roots movement to end hunger among children, will give the keynote address.