It is your right to avoid any site you desire. But the attitude expressed in "Use our web site or move on" is shortsighted at best, and serves no useful purpose. It is not my intent to be a cheerleader for Facebook, but it seems to me that phrases like "we hear" or "I see" are based more on fear than first hand knowledge. Facebook can serve this organization in a lot of ways, especially in getting it's name, potentially, before millions of people. The website alone cannot and will not do that. To illustrate, every time someone "likes" the page or "shares" a post, that will end up on all of their friends newsfeed. I have 268 friends on FB, so that means 268 people will see that. Now multiply that times the number of "likes" there have already been on our FB page (48), and you will begin to see the potential for growth in this organization. I thought that is what we all desired. Maybe not. That is how the world works, whether we like it or not. If you don't want to participate, that is fine. But why criticize Mr. Stubbendieck and others who desire to make the LCSCA more visible and accessible?