Lodge Web Site Competition
A National OA Conference is about having a great time, and
also learning new ideas and skills to take back home and
improve your lodge. Lodge Web Sites play an integral part
in your lodge's communication with both members and non-members.
Your lodge's presence on the web needs to be up to date,
accurate, and follow the guidelines for OA web pages.
The purpose of the Lodge Web Site Competition is to foster
new ideas and give positive feedback on your lodge's web
site by experienced web authors. Winning lodges will receive
an exclusive "NOAC 2002 Honor Site" logo to be
displayed on their site.
Web sites in the competition will be judged on three
PERCEPTION (Layout, Design, Navigation)
INFORMATION (Current data, Council/Lodge Information,
Contact Information, Organized)
GENERAL (Web site follows national OA web site
guidelines, has links to appropriate Section/Region/National
The following are the key points of the 2002 NOAC Web Competition:
- For NOAC 2002, the application for the Lodge Web Site Competition
will be submitted via the Internet.
This on-line process will enable quicker processing of applications,
and prevent errors. Lodges wishing to enter the Lodge Web Site
competition must complete the
by May 31, 2002.
- Lodges entering the competition must provide the URL for
their web site and the email address and phone number of a
contact person age 18 or older who is available
during the judging period to answer any questions about the site.
- Web sites will be judged at random times from July 1st to
- Each lodge's results will be available at the Web Site booth
during Founder's Day. Summary results will also be posted on
the national OA web site.
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