No. Once a person does it, I turn on Post Approval.
The problem is that various people do it. The fb group, which I founded and am the only admin, has 6,000 local runners; so, all the local race directors and all the other clubs have people in the fb group, and they all want to promote their events there, but I host my own events, and I don't want to be giving these people free advertising and growing their groups.
The event posted tonight was for a run that is the same day as I have an event; so, that's the very last thing I need.
People assume any event is a club event and expect me to be there and hosting, but those events have nothing to do with me. They're just trying to take advantage of the audience of built over ten years.