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May 6, 1917
The first local council charter is issued by the national organization to Toledo, Ohio.
National Headquarters moves to the Time-Life Building at Rockefeller Plaza.
May 12, 1944
The Liberty Ship S.S. Juliette Low is launched in Savannah, Georgia, after being christened by Daisy Gordon Lawrence, a niece of the founder and the first registered Girl Scout in the U.S.
May 5, 1994
A Salute to Girl Scout Style, a fashion show celebration of Girl Scout uniforms through the decades, introduces the new Junior Girl Scout uniform: jade green culottes, skirt or shorts; blouse, shirt, or T-shirt; sweatshirt; and leggings.
May 11, 2001
The Macy 75th Anniversary Celebration, held at the Edith Macy Conference Center, is attended by nearly 150 council volunteers and staff from across the country, special guests, community members, and national staff.
Following comprehensive research, which ranged from online surveys to focus groups across the country, a brand-new approach to serving adolescent girls, STUDIO 2B, was unveiled at the Girl Scout National Council Session in Long Beach, California. Its success was evident—by early 2004, membership among girls 11-17 rose by 7%.