1974: Personal and Chapter Enrichment
Delta Zeta (Southwestern Oklahoma State) charter members, 1973.
Gamma Phi Beta’s chief objective to develop the highest type of womanhood through education, social enrichment, ritual, personal growth and service to country and humanity served them well throughout the challenging 1970s. Chapter Development, later renamed PACE for Personal and Chapter Enrichment, was introduced to provide advanced chapter programming for both collegians and alumnae in areas that went beyond the classroom curriculum.
In 1975, the Clipping Service was discontinued and replaced by the “Crescent Communique,” published three times a year to keep chapter and international officers informed in place of the numerous bulletins that were mailed from the Central Office.