"Club" History

Presidential  History of the Wasaga Beach Cruisers 

1st President , Russ Philp

2nd Tom Flentzeris

3rd Steve Hardisty

4thCurrent President Brian Currie

Eric Beamish, Bob Gasson and John Harrison had attended many cruise nights together through the late 90’s.   Putting together the positive aspects of these other events, Eric came up with the idea of a local car club.  Thus, in 1998, the Wasaga Golden Oldies came to be.

 

The first cruise nights were held at the Riverbend Plaza where Tim Horton’s is located.  When the location was outgrown they moved to the Bayside Mall (presently Foodland Plaza).  After John moved out west, Eric didn’t have time to run the club himself, Rick and Michelle Seip stepped up to help out, and the organization of the Fun Run and other activities were initiated.  In 2006 the Wasaga Beach Cruisers became an official car club with approximately 40 members. The WBC was organized by three guys, (with the help from others) Bob Gasson, Ron Riddell and Russ Philp. The "Club" has not looked back.

  About the "Club"

The objective of the Club is to foster fun  and fellowship through participation in antique and classic automotive and social events, and to promote good will within the Town of Wasaga Beach, Ontario.

 

  1. To further interest in, and appreciation, of classic and antique vehicles

  2. To provide members with information, advice, and assistance on matters connected with classic and antique vehicles.

  3. To promote events which enhance the appreciation of classic and antique vehicles.

  4. To arrange cruises, road trips, social events and meetings in support of the Club’s objectives.

  5. To contribute to the betterment of the community by supporting local charitable organizations

  6. To develop opportunities for collaboration and fellowship between members.

  7. Most of all to “HAVE FUN”.

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