Temple Kol Emeth celebrated a landmark in the East Cobb congregation's 30-year history Aug. 26 with the rededication of the Doc Lebow Center.
KEFTY, the Reform congregation's youth group for high school students, led this summer's renovations to the center under plans the group created.
The Doc Lebow Center, across Brookcliff Place from the main synagogue building, serves as KEFTY's home, as well as auxiliary meeting space for the congregation.
KEFTY and other youth activities are a major focus for Temple Kol Emeth as the congregation grows through our fourth decade serving as a welcoming, inclusive home for the Atlanta Jewish community.
High-schoolers do not have to be members of Kol Emeth to join KEFTY and get involved in the best Jewish youth group in the South (KEFTY members make up half the regional board of the North American Federation of Temple Youth, for example).
Visit Temple Kol Emeth's website to learn more about KEFTY, High Holiday services, our rabbis, our educational programs and more. Like us on Facebook to get a taste of our community, and follow us on Twitter for updates. And don't forget to join us for the fun of Nibble & Nosh Fest on Labor Day weekend.