Help with Corporate Books

I need guidance and help with filling out corporate books for a non- legal purpose. I work for a family owned software company. there are 2 brothers who owns this 50% each but they have incorporated it as S-
Corp.
Since it is a family owned company they didn't have any need of keeping corporate books in order. Now the company wants apply for a minority status with govt. agencies so they can be eligible for certain special projects and for minority owned business.
The minority certification agencies all require that the following documents from corporate books be submitted duly filled with the application.
1. Articles of Incorporation and amendments including date approved by state and filing receipt. 2. Minutes of first and most recent shareholders, Board of directors and Corporate organization meeting. 3. Corporation By-laws 4. Both sides of all issued stock certificate(s) and the next consecutive un-issued certificate (not a specimen copy) 5. Stock Transfer Ledger 6. Proof of Stock Purchase
Can anyone help me duly fill out these documents so I can finish my application?
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Here in our town, the trophy, award, engraving shop makes up corporate minutes, corporate seal, stock certificates, etc.
See who in your town does that and order up a set. You'll have to back fill in the names of the company, officers, shareholders, etc. either by hand or on an old fashioned typewriter. But a bulk of the corporate papers are there with fill-in-the-blank spaces as needed.
For additional help, maybe see their attorney for help.
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