GPVFD is a 100% volunteer fire department that provides both fire and medical services to the 
communities of Potomac and  Greenough. 
GPVFD's board members meet at fire staion #3 in Potomac the first Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m.
Contact: Ryan Hall

The Potomac Valley 4-H Club 
   Potomac 4-H provides a hands-on learning experience to develop citizenship, leadership, responsibility, hard work, and life skills of our youth
   through experiential learning programs and positive development approach.
   4-H meets at the community center the 2nd Sunday of every month at 4 p.m.
   Contact: Allyson Nelson or Victoria Richardson

e Blackfoot Home and Community Club
This local women's group meets at 7:30pm on the second Wednesday of the month between September and May.  Meetings are held at the homes of members.

The group sponsors activities at a local senior center, Highway Clean Up, fall Harvest Dinner, and annual Blood Drives with the American Red Cross among others.  New members are welcome!   The Annul Blackfoot River Clean Up takes place at Johnsrud Park picnic shelter from 9am to 5pm on the last SATURDAY in JULY. Free BBQ for all volunteers!

The Blackfoot

This group of talented individuals helps keep the historic art of quilting alive in our community. 

The group meets at Potomac
School in the Kindergarten Classroom at 7pm on the third Wednesday of the month.  Contact Debie Schmidt for more information. 
New members welcome!

View their work at the Bi-Annual Quilt Show, stay tuned for dates and location.

Potomac Food Bank

Local volunteers ensure that all residents have access to healthy foods within our community for themselves and their families. 

Pick up needed items - or drop off your donation - during the last two Sundays of each month from 5-7pm at the Community Center.
Fresh fruits and vegetables are always appreciated!

Volunteers & donations needed!

Big Blackfoot Riverkeeper
This local organization helps preserve and protect our local backyard amenity, the Big Blackfoot River.  The river snakes 75 miles from the headwaters in Lincoln, MT to its confluence with the Clark Fork River at Milltown.  The river was made famous by Norman MacLeans novella, A River Runs Through It.

BBRK is working with Montana, Fish, Wildlife & Parks to establish the Big Blackfoot River Trail, a series of reservatio-only campsites dedicated to float-in camping.  These willl have no vehicle access, and will require recreationists to practice complete pack in/pack out, zero impact campcraft.  They are also working to initiate an aquatic insect baseline census on the river.

Volunteer opportunities available!

Please contact us if you have information or updates you would like to share!