Jared Vanderhoff is the new Senior District Executive for the Crater Lake Council's Fremont District, Boy Scouts of America, which serves central Oregon. He comes to the district from the Oregon Trail Council, having held posts in Corvallis, Newport and Springfield.
Vanderhoff will work with Scouts and adult volunteers in Deschutes, Jefferson and Crook counties. His work involves building membership at both youth and adult levels, fundraising, program development and leadership training.
An Eagle Scout with a Master's Degree from the University of Oregon, Vanderhoff replaces David Sayler, who has returned to the Medford area. Vanderhoff and his wife Laura have five children. He can be reached at 541-382-4647.
Who are Central Oregon's Boy Scouts?
The largest civic leadership training, conservation and community service group in the region, Fremont District of the Crater Lake Council, Boy Scouts of America serves over 1,600 boys and young men age six to 21 in Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, Webelos, Boy Scouts, Venturing, Explorers and Varsity. Boy Scouts and almost 500 volunteer leaders provide over 380,000 hours annually of community service, leadership training, emergency medical response training, environmental restoration, and disaster preparedness and assistance to citizens of the three-county region. The Fremont District serves Crook, Jefferson and Deschutes counties.