Regarding the design itself, the logo is extremely difficult to see. In addition, the white border at the far left of the navigation menu looks out of place.
Check the site in the standards-compliant browsers (Opera, Safari, Chrome, etc.). The links at the bottom of the page are showing up in the wrong place and getting cut off. It looks fine in Firefox and IE7, but doesn't in the browsers mentioned above.
Why are your main navigation links built inside of a table, and why are they not actually links? Be careful, as "onclick" events generally don't fire correctly on mobile browsers (since there is no mouse with which to click).
Also, there is a lot of seemingly unnecessary nested code on that site. There is no reason that the main content items should be 12 (possibly more, but that's all that would fit on my screen at one time) levels deep in the DOM. That will weigh down your page and makes it more difficult on you when you want to try to change something.
The design looks good, and seems to fit with the intended audience. I would just work on improving the code to make it more usable and accessible.
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