By David Barron

Founded 50 years ago as a haven for Southwest Conference fans to chat about football and listen to others chatting about football, the Touchdown Club of Houston has survived to its 50th anniversary because its members started focusing less on chatter and more on service.

The non-profit group, which now serves as Houston’s chapter of the National Football Foundation, will celebrate the anniversary of its 1966 founding by presenting its annual Touchdowner of the Year award Wednesday night at the Westin Galleria to foundation chairman and former NFL quarterback Archie Manning.

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