Girl scout uniform dating
The bridge showed that the Brownie had completed steps to be ready for Junior Girl Scouting. The new Bridge to Cadette patch was first offered in 1980.
In 1984, the Daisy age level began to offer "Beginning Daisy Girl Scouts Certificate" and "Ending Daisy Girl Scout Certificate" for the girls.
With the new Ambassador program, the new "arc" bridging emblems began to appear.They investigated science and high-tech careers in the World of Today and Tomorrow, and discovered visual and performing arts in the World of the Arts.The World of the Out-of-Doors gave new meaning to environmental concerns in an age of gasoline shortages and world food problems.Badges continued to be produced on squares of fabric for the Girl Scout to trim and tuck when sewing them on her sleeve, or to leave as a square.By 1933 all badges were produced as a circle with fabric edges.