Ranch Rescue Forms a New Chapter in New Mexico

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Ranch Rescue, the Texas-based grassroots volunteer network, announces the formation of a new chapter in New Mexico. Ranch Rescue members volunteer to assist rural border county landowners in dealing with the massive crime wave pouring over our southern border.

A new chapter of Ranch Rescue has been formed in New Mexico and is recruiting volunteers right now.

Ranch Rescue New Mexico

PO Box 245

San Rafael NM

87051

volunteer-nm@ranchrescue.com

Citizens in New Mexico have formed their own chapter of Ranch Rescue and are currently recruiting volunteers for a new rescue effort on border-county private property.

The focus of this upcoming rescue effort in New Mexico will be to provide volunteer security for rural private property owners along the border. Ranch Rescue's secondary goal is to perform volunteer construction work, repairing the private property damage done by the massive waves of criminals that the local landowners have endured for the past four years. Exact dates of future rescue efforts are kept confidential.

This new chapter in New Mexico joins the existing Ranch Rescue chapters in Arizona, Illinois, Texas, and Washington.

Ranch Rescue assembled volunteers in 2000 and 2001 for successful border rescue efforts in Arizona and in Texas. More border rescue efforts are planned for 2002 and beyond.

Ranch Rescue is a grassroots volunteer network composed of people who believe that when government fails or refuses to act, individual Citizens are obligated to act on their own. Ranch Rescue's membership works to preserve and protect the individual private property rights of all our nation's Citizens, regardless of race, color, creed, or religion.

Ranch Rescue members volunteer to help rural border county private property owners with the repair of private property destroyed by the mass numbers of criminal vandals that have victimized these landowners, and to provide volunteer security for these landowners, their homes, and their private property.

For additonal inofrmation, please contact the Ranch Rescue National Spokesman, Jack Foote, at volunteer@ranchrescue.com.

Jack Foote

National Spokesman and Texas Coordinator

Ranch Rescue -- http://www.ranchrescue.com

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