Monthly winners 2005:

By clicking the following button you can open a popup showing a brief survey (date, site, webmaster, country) of all winners in the year 2005:



April 2005 Winners

Praiseworthy congratulations to all winners
of the "CLL Website Awards"!

Statistics about applications, winners, non-winners and disqualifieds is in view on the Status-page of this Award program.

The winners' list includes a screenshot of winners' index page (see Ethics), site's title and a brief description of the site:
(Please, click the image or text link to enter each great site!)

Gold Award Winners of April 2005:

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Silver Award Winners of April 2005:
2005-04-09. A Scoff an' Scuff
Our hand-coded site celebrates the beautiful, remote wilderness of Labrador West; but we also include information on our neighbors: Newfoundland, Labrador Central and Northern Quebec.
We offer over 300 downloadable photos for our guests for wallpaper and e-cards.
Webmaster: Gary and Debbie S., Canada

2005-04-11. Kimmy's Atheist Site
This site has the goal of improving the lives of individual atheists through positive thought and shared experience, as well as improving the perception of atheists in our society. It features an advice column, essays, poetry, biographies, book reviews, links, FAQ, and more.
Webmaster: Kimmy Cole, USA

2005-04-25. Mathews United Methodist Church

Our church website highlights the beliefs, mission statement, activities, ministries, prayer requests, and photo album for this active Greenwood, South Carolina United Methodist Church. Also includes our worship schedule, contact information and driving directions.
Webmaster: Dale Frederick Moseley, USA

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