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As a constantly active community, Asbury always has a story to share, from community events to innovative new approaches in senior living to resident and associate success stories. See media coverage and our own articles below.


Read the September Issue of Village Life campus news!

In this issue of Village Life, get to know legendary investigative journalist, Bob Woodward, Gaithersburg Beloved Community Initiative is gearing up for its eighth year, and learn why moving to a retirement community can restore your independence.

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Read the July/August Issue of Village Life campus news!

In this issue of Village Life, get recommendations for your summer reading list, hear about the large number of Asbury residents that are still working, and learn about the falls prevention program “Steady As You Go.”

The Village Life shares interesting and entertaining news about the lives,...

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More Seniors Working Past ‘Retirement’ Age

Like many overworked Washingtonians, Jag Bhargava spends about 50 hours a week on the job. As an executive and project director for the General Services Administration, he oversees design, construction, repairs and modernization of the State Department’s buildings, museums, hotels, child care...

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Celebrating 10 Years of Wildlife & Wellness

Thank you to Wildlife Habitat Council for featuring our campus-wide focus on making Asbury Methodist Village a wildlife-friendly community - including a 17-acre Wildlife Preserve - and the collaborative work of residents and associates to ensure our Wildlife at Work Site designation benefits the...

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Read the May/June Issue of Village Life campus news!

In this issue of Village Life, learn more about humanitarian and The Global Soap Project founder, Derreck Kayongo, read up on Asbury Methodist Village’s involvement in the community, and hear why Gaithersburg is “The Greatest City in the World.”

The Village Life shares interesting and entertaining...

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5 Questions We Asked Derreck Kayongo

Derreck Kayongo and his family fled a civil war in Uganda and relocated to the US when he was just ten years old.  He attended college in Atlanta and then graduated from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.  After moving to the US, Kayongo was shocked to find that hotel...

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