I believe that the email contact section of the page is very important. The aspects of providing communication or feedback to your Lions Club makes your webpage interactive. Certainly, the email address listed here should go to an email inbox that someone reads regularly. Your Lions Club checks the Post Office box, and the club’s internet contact should check his or her email regularly.
This technique is the basic Hyper Text Link. Instead of linking to a different webpage, it links to a blank email message with your email address in the “To” field.
This command is made up of 3 parts. The Command part or “HTML TAG”, the Hyper Link part that contains your message, and the Text or graphic that appears on the web page. Your email address does not have to be shown on the page itself. It can be a simple phrase like “We Welcome your Questions or Comments” or even an graphic.
To have a web page without a contact - what would be the point?