Joseph (Joe) Page
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Fourth Club Established  
In September 2009 The Joe 15 Team established it's fourth Club at Stonewall Middle School.
The Joe 15 Team wins Agnes Colgan Award  
In February 2010 The Joe 15 Team was awarded the Agnes Colgan Community Service Award by the Prince William County Greater Manassas Chamber of Commerce.  This award is given for outstanding community service.
Joe's 22nd Birthday Blood Drive  
A blood drive through the American Red Cross was held for Joe's 22nd birthday in Januari 2010.  Fifty (50) pints of blood were donated!
S.E.R.V.E. Volunteer of the Year  
In October 2009 The Joe 15 Team was awarded the "Volunteer of the Year Award" by S.E.R.V.E. (homeless shelter) for their outstanding support throughout the year.
Joseph "Joe" C. Page Memorial Schlrship awarded  
Two scholarships for $1500.00 each to Northern Virginia Community College 2009-2010 school year were awarded in June 2009 by "The Joe 15 Team."
Room adopted  
"The Joe 15 Team" adopted a room at S.E.R.V.E. in July 2009.  This has been a goal we have been trying to accomplish.  We made it.
S.E.R.V.E. gives thanks  
In May 2009 S.E.R.V.E. featured an article in their newsletter about support received from "The Joe 15 Team."
"Team" honored  

"The Joe 15 Team" was honored by two agencies at the county wide Volunteer Recognition Event in May 2009.

Second annual food drive  
Approximately 750 lbs. of food was collected for SERVE in our second annual food drive in April 2009.
Pet Supply Drive  
The Joe 15 Team Club of Manassas Christian School conducted a "Remember our Pets" drive and collected over $5000 worth of supplies for the local animal shelter in February 2009.
Blood Drive Birthday  
Joe's 21st birthday was celebrated in the form of a blood drive with the American Red Cross in January 2009.
Another Club Begins  
January 2009 was the beginning of the third "Club" at Manassas Christian School.
Winter Coat & Blanket Drive  

In December 2008 over 400 coats and 50 blankets were collected and distributed to over 50 needy families in the area.

Joseph "Joe" C. Page Memorial Schlrship awarded  
The first two scholarships of $1500.00 each to Northern Virginia Community College were awarded by "The Joe 15 Team" in December 2008.
"Observer" article  
In November 2008 The Bull Run Observer ran an article in their "Milestones" section about "The Joe 15 Team."
Non-Profit Status Approved  
In October 2008 "The Joe 15 Team" became an official 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.
Clubs Begin  
In October 2008 "The Joe 15 Team Club" began at two local high schools, Stonewall Jackson High and Brentsville High School.
Front page headline  
In August 2008 a front page article ran in the Manassas Journal Messenger and Potomac News (8/25).  The article told Joe's story and how The Joe 15 Team is doing work in the community in his memory.
Clubs approved  
In August 2008 Prince William County Schools approved the creation of The Joe 15 Team Clubs within the public school system.
Scholarship fund established  
In July 2008 a scholarship was established through the Northern Virginia Community College Educational Fund.  The scholarship is named "The Joseph (Joe) C. Page Memorial Scholarship".  Two scholarships of $1500.00 each will be awarded annually.
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