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Hello. I will be reviewing this article, and I have currently placed it on hold. Here are some things I believe need to be fixed:
Per WP:LEAD, the lead for this article should be approximately 3-4 full paragraphs. Also, they need to adequately summarize all the main points of he article.
Some of the bigger pictures in the article need to be resized so they are smaller. They are overwhelming the text.
References need to be in numerical order. For example,  should be .
In the second to last paragraph of the History section, the  external link should be converted to an in-line citation. The  external link in the SFZC today section also needs to be converted.
In the Friends of SFZC section, Kannon Do should be unlinked. External links do not belong in the article itself.
According to Wikipedia:When to use tables, Many times, a list is best left as a list. Some articles include very long lists which might be difficult to edit if they were in table form. Therefore, I would convert the Alumni table into a simple list.
External Links should be below Further Reading.
I'm going to assume that when refs are at the end of a paragraph, they cite all the information in the entire paragraph. Therefore, the biggest problems in the article are with MoS, which I have listed above. The hold will last one week, and then I will fail or pass the article. If the article is still being actively edited, I have no problem giving more time to complete these tasks. Thanks. Nikki311 16:51, 19 April 2008 (UTC)
I'm failing the article as none of the points were addressed. Once these are completed, feel free to renominate. Nikki311 16:10, 26 April 2008 (UTC)