General Council Secretary and Historian Positions Changed to Member-at-Large


During the December 1922 General Convention in Kansas City, Missouri a quote “radical” change was made to the General Council. The positions of the secretary and historian were abolished and replaced with two member-at-large positions. This format of the General Council comprised of five members holding the roles of president, treasurer, reporter, and two members-at-large still exists today 100 years later.