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August 6-13, 1932
The seventh World Conference is held in Bucze, Poland.
August 6-20, 1932
The first Juliette Low Session held at Our Chalet is attended by girls from seven countries, including the United States.
August 17, 1945
The first of three Piper Cub training planes for use in the Wing Scout program is presented to the Girl Scouts by William T. Piper, President of Piper Aircraft.
Girl Scout membership continues its upward trend and reaches 3, 500,000.
August 7-17, 1967
Girl Scouting Makes the Difference, a national conference for Senior Girl Scouts focusing on Girl Scouting in the inner city is held at Marion College in Indianapolis, Indiana.
August 24-27, 1971
A National Conference on Girl Scouting—Mexican-American Style is held in Prescott, Arizona.
August 30, 1976
Betty Ford, wife of President Gerald Ford, becomes the 11th Honorary President.