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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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Recent News

Asbury Campus Gains Arboretum Status

Posted on May 03, 2017

In April, ArbNet granted the Asbury Methodist Village campus official certification as an arboretum. Asbury's drive for accreditation is intended to celebrate, enhance and continue to drive support for maintaining the 130+ acres of trees, shrubs and wildlife habitat areas of the campus. The AMV...

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Asbury Methodist Village Arboretum Receives Level 1 Accreditation from ArbNet

Posted on Apr 28, 2017

GAITHERSBURG, MD – Asbury Methodist Village, a continuing care retirement community in Gaithersburg, MD, received a Level 1 designation from ArbNet last week for its on-campus arboretum. The ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program is the only global initiative to officially recognize arboreta based...

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Asbury Garners 2017 Environmental Award

Posted on Apr 05, 2017

Asbury Methodist Village was recently awarded the 2017 City of Gaithersburg Environmental Award. Asbury has earned this award several times, and we are honored to be recognized for our continued work to help make Montgomery County a more sustainable and green region.

Asbury's sustainability...

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Photo Ark’s Joel Sartore Visits Asbury to Speak on Conservation

Posted on Apr 05, 2017

In March, we were honored to host National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore at Asbury Methodist Village, and he was amazed by the natural beauty of our 130-acre campus. Joel has been busy photographing the world's endangered species in an epic series called Photo Ark.

He describes his project...

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