→General Recruiting Tips
=== Community Events ===
# '''Host a Family Friendly Event''' : [https://antelopevalley.bsa-la.org/2019/WLACC_Carnival/2019-06-15_WLACC_Carnival.pdf WLACC Family Carnival] -
# '''Local Attraction Discout Rates''' - Many families with tight budgets enjoy visiting local attractions and benefitting from the discount rates available to large groups such as scouts.
# '''Community Flag Ceremonies''' - get short news clips in the school parent news letter and do flag ceremonies whenever we can.
# '''Interfaith Council Events''' - Contact interfaith councils / participate in interfaith events.
# '''Scout Day at the Ballpark''' - another opportunity to show the community our scouting spirit and have a fun time doing it. Petco Park - Campout on the BallField - popular scout event. Frequently done by out-of-council units staying the week at nearby Camp Fiesta Island Summer Camp.
# '''[https://www.harlemglobetrotters.com/boy-girl-and-cub-scout-discounts Harlem Globetrotters Scout Night]''' - All Scout tickets include a commemorative Harlem Globetrotters patch.
# '''Zoo Roar and Snore Sleepover''' - sleepovers include camp activities, an after-hours look at the wild life of our animals, guided walks, a campfire program, dinner, an evening snack, and breakfast the following morning.
# '''[[Ten Commandments Hike]]''' - Combination high-profile parade, wave the flag, Duty to God, etc. Visits several local churches, including many that don't sponsor a scout unit but are more than happy to host a scout visit. (Ex: [https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2018/11/23/boy-scouts-take-part-in-peace-hike-visit-variety-of-religious-institutions/ New York Peace Hike, Nov-2018], )