KENOSEE LAKE — Last Saturday, the seventh annual Cornerstone Cruisers Show and Shine enjoyed beautiful weather and good attendance at the Kenosee Lake beach parking lot.
There were 218 cars and trucks registered, with vehicles coming from as far away as Saskatoon, Kamsack and Brandon.
The Cornerstone Cruisers Corp. is a registered non-profit located in southeast Saskatchewan. They are committed to the restoration, preservation and appreciation of past, present, and future vehicles, and enjoy the camaraderie of those that enjoy the same.
Kevin Wilson is the president of the club, John White is vice-president, Rhonda Martin is the secretary and Rick Schreiner the treasurer. Presently there are 40 members, and the club is always looking for more. In addition to holding an annual show and shine, Cornerstone Cruisers also donates to STARS Air Ambulance and provides an annual scholarship to anyone interested in furthering their education to become an auto body technician or automotive service technician. Last year’s recipient was Levi Horn.
Wilson was pleased with how the weekend went.
“As is usual, we had great weather for our annual show last Saturday and there were people in attendance from all over southeast Saskatchewan and southwest Manitoba. Among classic car collectors, we are a fraternity and have close connections that we see regularly at these shows. Over the years, great friendships have been made. “
The annual show and shine is always held on the second Saturday in July. Plans are already underway for the next event, scheduled for July 8, 2023.
This story has been updated to correct the location.