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Collectors Club's History

The first organizational meeting of the car club was held at the North West Leisure Centre in March of 1984. Organized by Jim Zinkhan (the first club President) through an ad in the Leader-Post, The Collectors Car Club of Saskatchewan started with 22 charter members.

On September 12, 1989 the car club incorporated under The Saskatchewan Non-Profit Corporations Act with the official name of COLLECTORS CAR CLUB OF SASKATCHEWAN INC.

Over the years the car club held monthly meetings at various locations throughout the City of Regina. These have included the North West Leisure Centre, SaskTel Training Centre, Elsie Mironuck School, Sacred Heart Church, The Co-operators Life Insurance Corporate Office, Canadian Tire North, as well as members homes.

To keep in touch with the membership and local car clubs regarding current events within the local car collector hobby, a newsletter was produced as a paper copied edition called COLLECTORS CAR CLUB NEWSLETTER to one in later years called The Headliner. Today all information is published through the car club web-site at www.collectorscarclub.com

The goal of the car club during the early years was to continue to promote interest in the old car hobby throughout the Province of Saskatchewan while today the car club is more dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of our classics. As our motto reads, "If we're not having fun, why are we doing it?" continues to this day.

by Gordon Stopanski


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