1973A portrait o Juliette Low is presented to the National Gallery inWashington, D.C. Brownie Girl Scout membership is extended to6-year-olds.Brownie B’s are introduced.
magazine begins publication or Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts. 1974 A bust o Juliette Low is placed in Georgia’s Hall o Fame.1975 Girl Scouts sell more than 123 million boxes o Girl Scout cookies.The World Association o Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting adopts the Thinking Day symbol.The GSUSA National Council arms that Girl Scout membership will continue to be openonly to girls.Dr. Gloria D. Scott becomes the rst Arican-American president o Girl Scouts o the USA.1976 More than 150 Girl Scouts, aged 14-17, are delegates to the National Convention.The Edith Macy National Center celebrates its 50th anniversary.1977 Worlds to Explore: Handbook or Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts is published.The Five Worlds o Interest in Girl Scouting are introduced. They are: the World o Well-Being, the World o People, the World o Today and Tomorrow, the World o Arts, and theWorld o Outdoors.A national conerence or Senior Girl Scouts is held in Indianapolis. Its theme is “GirlScouting Makes the Dierence,” and its subject is the inner city.The Junior Aide patch and Bridge to Juniors are introduced.Lady Olave Baden-Powell dies, and her autobiography,
A Window On My Heart
, is printed. 1978 A new Girl Scout Treoil design is introduced to present acontemporary image. Because o requests rom adult members,the traditional treoil pin is continued so that members mayindividually choose which treoil design they preer to wear.
From Dreams to Reality
, a career exploration project or Cadette andSenior Girl Scouts, is published. The activity book and deck o 95 careercards are developed to help Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts explore andpractice skills and abilities. Girl Scout resources or girls and their leaderspointed out the many options now available or women.