Canberra’s equestrials have been a key part of the community since they were born.
They were the first animals to be trained at the Canberra Zoo, and for more than two decades the club has played a pivotal role in equestria as a community resource.
The Club is currently run by two members, who have been in the industry for over 20 years.
They are both experienced and passionate about equestraying.
Both have children and have raised funds for their families.
But they are not alone.
Many of the Club’s members are people with special needs, including people with learning disabilities, children with learning disorders and people with heart or mobility challenges.
One member of the staff at the Club is a transgender woman who is also a former police officer and has been in police service for over 14 years.
The club’s president and CEO, Samantha Williams, has lived and worked in the city for decades.
She says she has “never seen such support”.
Williams says the Club was created to provide the community with a safe space for people to express themselves.
“The members of the club have come to see us as a place of refuge and acceptance, and to be able to do that we need a safe environment,” she says.
“We’ve worked really hard to create a safe place to work, live and play.”
The Club was formed in the late 1980s.
Williams says that while it may not seem like a big deal, she knows many people feel like their community is less safe than it used to be.
“It’s just a very different place, and there’s no way that I can be a part of it,” she said.
“There’s just been a lot of loss of life.
I know there’s a lot more that we don’t know about, and that’s really concerning.”
“It is sad, really, but it’s the truth.”
In 2012, the Club raised more than $12,000 for the community, and in 2015 the club raised another $8,000.
Now, the club’s goal is to raise another $17,000 by the end of 2020.
Williams’ club is a non-profit organisation.
It’s a non profit for the purpose of helping people to achieve their full potential.
The funding comes from the Government and from members and their supporters.
The money will be used to provide financial assistance for people with disabilities, including housing, childcare, financial literacy, transportation and education.
The Clubs annual meeting, which was held last year, raised almost $600,000, and Williams says there is no set goal for how much money the Club will be able.
“That’s a really, really important part of us, to get that funding up,” she told The Next Step.
“I think it’s really important for us to see that people can participate in the Club in some way.”
One of the ways that the Club has been able to provide support is by creating a training program, called ‘the first step’ which involves the Club running a training course for those who wish to become a member.
The course is a great way for people who are interested in being a member to get a feel for how to become involved.
The next step involves the members meeting regularly, where they are asked to participate in training sessions that have been designed for adults and children with disabilities.
The participants will also receive an educational certificate.
“One of the most important things we’re doing is to train people to be good citizens,” Williams said.
She said she had spoken to the club president and vice-president of training, Dr John Prewitt, and was hoping to have a formal training session scheduled for the end the year.
Williams hopes to be in a position to become the first transgender member of a club.
“When you see people in the community that you have respect for, you don’t see them just because they’re a woman or because they have a disability,” she explained.
“You see them because they want to be part of a community that helps people.”
The club has also created a scholarship for those interested in becoming a club member.
“What we’re hoping is that the members who are in this program will be looking to become members of their own clubs,” Williams told The Future.
“And we hope that those who come to the Club and participate in our training program will come back to the clubs that they have chosen, and they will be in the club they chose.”
The Next step has already been successful, and the Club said that the club will be continuing to do things in a way that is in line with the standards that the community expects of them.
Williams said she is confident that the next step will be a successful one.
“At the end we want to build a really strong and vibrant community in Canberra,” she stated. “This is