Asbury Methodist Village is a vital part of the community at-large, both as an employer and community partner, and in terms of philanthropic outreach. Asbury residents are continually giving back to the great Montgomery County area and we have close ties with many partners in the community.
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In this issue of Village Life, read up on Asbury residents' involvement with the Meals on Wheels Program and how Asbury gives back.
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The Village Life shares interesting and entertaining news about the lives, opinions and activities of the people who work and reside at Asbury Methodist Village....
On March 8, Cynthia Perez and Sallyn Ratemo of Asbury Methodist Village joined several dozen area professionals to be recognized as Healthcare Council of the National Capital Area Employees of the Year.
The award recognizes individuals’ extraordinary contributions towards the financial strength...Read More »
Asbury’s origins date back to 1926, when members of the Methodist Church purchased the Rolling Acres Dairy Farm. Despite plans that called for a place to “eat, sleep, and rock,” as in a rocking chair(!), early residents kept busy with chores, gathering eggs and helping tend to the farm animals and...Read More »
With a 17-acre Wildlife Preserve and 134 acres of tree-lined paths and sidewalks, Asbury is one dog-friendly retirement community. Now, thanks to the efforts of residents and the Asbury Foundation, there’s a place where they can play off-leash.
The campus’s quarter-acre dog park opened in October...Read More »