So, my son joined 4-H last year. I was on Facebook then, and they have a FB page which is where some communication with the group occurred. Maybe 1-2 posts a month, nothing big. I left Facebook a few months ago. I communicated that to the leader immediately, and made sure she had my email and phone number.
Since then (2 months ago), I have not received ANY communication about the events or changes. My son is the vice-president btw. Well, today he showed up 1/2 hour late to the monthly meeting because we were not informed that she moved the meeting up to 5:30 instead of the normal 6:00. This is the 3rd time that we have missed something somewhat important. My son had a big presentation tonight and he was quite flustered and upset about this.
I immediately emailed and asked her if she communicated to me and I somehow missed it. This was her exact response: Tell me your take on it before I write something snarky back.
"Sorry. It is hard to remember to email since the majority of communication is via Facebook. I started the meeting from the sole purpose that the Clover kids were. I didn't want to inconvenience the parents with dual parent. Feel free to check with me if you are not sure or text me at XXX-XXXXXXX. "
And if you're tactful with words, give me a good response to this.