Volunteer for the Village of Bluemont
Bluemont Volunteer Opportunities
“It takes a Village…”
(Most of the volunteer listings require less than 2 hours of your time monthly)
Bluemont Bugle Reporter: Did you ever want to be a big-time newspaper reporter? Research, interview, and write articles quarterly for the Bugle.
Bluemont Special Events Coordinator: Event planning skills helpful to oversee local events other than the Bluemont Fair.
Bluemont Museum Archivist: Do you like holding pieces of history? We need someone to take inventory of our current artifacts and be a point of contact for future donations.
Bluemont Speakers Series: Do you enjoy learning new things? Schedule ongoing speakers on topics of interest to Bluemonters.
Bluemont Social Services: Do you feel empathy for people less fortunate? You’re perfect then for assisting the development of the “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” program.
Bluemont Sign Manager: No computer skills necessary! Change the messages monthly on the BCC sign board the old fashioned way.
Bluemont Social Media: Love Facebook? We need someone to set up and administer a Village FB page.
Bluemont Village Clerk: Every village needs a clerk! We have over 60 years of Village records waiting for your organizing hands.
Bluemont Adopt-A-Highway Program: Do you hate to see litter on our streets? Help organize our bi-annual County litter program and feel gratified.
Bluemont Village Website: You don’t have to be a computer whiz. Training included! You’ll make postings on our website (authorized, that is!).
Bluemont Fair Volunteer: Get free fair admission and get to know your neighbors while supporting our village’s one fundraiser of the year! It’s always the third weekend in September (this year, Sept 21-22, 2019). Jobs include putting up posters; working at the admissions gate; helping set up, tear down, or work the art show; running the cash register at the Gardener’s Shed or Lake Store; working with kids at the Childrens’ Fair or Stone’s Field; minding the caboose, the Snickersville Academy, or the Plaster Museum; manning the Wine & Beer Garden; helping kids write poetry at the Poetry Tent; and cleaning up after the Fair.