Can you do some research and do a column on the San Antonio Presidential Council, founded in 1931? There have been a number of excellent members … and honorary members over the 90 years. The only story I have found is based on an article in the San Antonio Light dated December 29, 1957 that said, “The San Antonio Presidential Council carries a lot of weight. Its members are made up of executives, men and women, from more than 100 organizations. ”According to this article, the first 25 years of SACOP records were archived in the Witte Museum.
Among the achievements listed in the article were sponsoring and raising funds for the first book mobile for the San Antonio Public Library, taking responsibility for the first metal street signs installed in the city, influencing the passage of the first narcotics laws, buying cows for orphanages in the area, sponsorship for student nurses and awarding a prize to clubs and organizations that do the most outstanding work of the year. I want to know more.