'A "Woman's Place" is wherever she wants it to be...'

April 1974

Gail Tyson writes a brief narrative which is featured in the April issue of the Dickinson Womans Newsletter and asks whether Girl Scouting is relevant for girls and young women in todays world.  Her story recounts the invaluable experience she had being a part of Girl Scouts.  She says that her involvement with the organization played a huge role in the development of young women, challenging them physically and emotionally.  Tyson says that her involvement with Scouting programs continues today, as she is a troop leader and she has daughters of her own that are scouts.  Tysons narrative of a woman finding her own identity was quite relevant for the time in which it was published.  She concludes, Ĺ“Ive discovered a big world, a lot of friends and myself."



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