The New York State Federation of Young Folks’ Temple Leagues will hold its annual convention at Temple Beth Elohim, Eighth avenue and Garfield place, Brooklyn, January 12 and 13.
This organization is sponsored by the Northeast Religious Union and has members in every reform congregation in New York State. The convention will open with religious services at Temple Beth Elohim, at which George Kossoy, president of the Young Folks’ League of that congregation, will deliver a sermon on “Youth Takes the Helm.”
As a prelude to the convention, services in New York State temples January 11 will be dedicated to the youth movement, it was announced yesterday.
A symposium to be led by Frank Glick, youth leader, and a dance are also on the program.
Among those who will be present at the convention are Mrs. Albert J. May, president of the New York State Federation of Temple Sister-hoods; Mrs. Nathaniel Levy, state chairman of Young Folks’ Temple Leagues, and Rabbi Gustave Falk, representing the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Ivan Stern is president of the Federation and Stanley Kriegel of Temple Beth Elohim is leader of the Brooklyn division.