'Doing the Lord's Work,' Biden Says of Ministry Center

GMC board president Jocelyn Dyer, Amy Porter Stroh, Page Evans, Joe Biden, Brooke Carnot and Elizabeth Hague.
Robert Devaney
GMC board president Jocelyn Dyer, Amy Porter Stroh, Page Evans, Joe Biden, Brooke Carnot and Elizabeth Hague.

When the vice president stops by your party, you know you're taken it to a new level. Vice President Joe Biden and Jill Biden were at the historic home of Brooke and Stephane Carnot on Oct. 17 for the 2013 Spirit of Georgetown to honor Page Evans for her years of unyielding support for the GMC and the homeless people it serves. As a close family friend, the vice president acknowledged Page as “doing the Lord’s work” and said the “Evanses think about what they can do for someone else.” GMC board president Jocelyn Dyer thanked Washington Fine Properties and the many other donors who raised $92,000 for services for the homeless in Georgetown. Page spoke modestly of “helping others and having fun.”

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