Junior Clay Beads, Image Credit: Lori Carter
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Purpose of the Website Contest
Websites help clubs get information to their members and to people who are considering membership. Scoring is designed to help webmasters improve their websites with guidance for presenting important information in a simple, but effective way.
How it Works
The webmaster for a club in the SFMS fills out and submits a website contest entry form to the SFMS webmaster (email link at the bottom of this page)
Other webmasters within the AFMS score each website submitted based on the AFMS scoring rules.
The two highest scoring websites are then submitted for the AFMS website contest.
The two highest scoring websites with results from the AFMS contest are posted on this page so club members and other webmasters can see and learn from them.
See the link below for the AFMS website contest page to download the entry form. The AFMS website also has information about scoring, including what judges will be looking for and how points are deducted/awarded. In addition, the AFMS website has helpful guidelines for webmasters.
Webmasters who decide not to enter the contest are encouraged to read about scoring and guidelines anyway because they contain excellent information and advice for improving club websites.
About the image on this page
Junior Clay Beads
Clubs often have community service events. At this event, juniors made polymer clay beads for other kids who are undergoing medical treatments.
Image Credit: Lori Carter