Tim Rogers, Bob Schaeffer
Flatland Cruisers Inc.
The Flatland Cruisers began in 2006 with a small group of auto enthusiasts in Indian Head and Qu'Appelle area. Today we are 17 members strong including active members from Alberta as well as Saskatchewan.
The Flatland Cruisers hold an annual Show and Shine every year in the third week of June on Grand Avenue in downtown Indian Head. It is free to the viewing public and can attract as many as 250 specialty vehicles from across the prairies. Our event stresses that all types of vehicles are welcome.
The Flatland Cruisers is a not for profit group which supports local community organizations in the area. Since the formation of the car club we have provided financial support to the Forever Friends of Hope, Autism Resource Centre, the Indian Head Museum Society and the Indian Head Handi Bus service for seniors.
The Flatland Cruisers have established an annual bursary to a graduating high school student in our membership communities entering an apprenticeship or secondary education in the automotive field including agricultural equipment, heavy duty mechanic, motorized sports equipment, auto body/auto painting and welding.