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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.

Summer Solstice 2014: Celebrate SUN!

Judging by the radiant smiles of the more than 300 residents who gathered for the Asbury Summer Solstice celebration, this annual event was a great success. Entertainment by the Strathmore Music Center’s artist-in-residence, the Christie Dashiell Quartet brought rave reviews, and the leis, fans,...

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Dr. Roger Landry’s “Live Long, Die Short”

Dr. Roger Landry’s Live Long, Die Short Book Tour

Masterpiece Living president and author of Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging, Dr. Roger Landry, began his national book tour in January of 2014. Originally, the tour was slated to be a four-month journey to...

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The Difference a Volunteer Makes

Volunteers provide a lifeline of support, inspiration and caring at Asbury Methodist Village that can never be fully measured. Each year, Asbury residents and volunteers from the Gaithersburg area contribute thousands of hours – 304,500 hours in 2013 – to making Asbury Methodist Village a better,...

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Anticipate More ... Spring Issue!

Check out the Spring issue of Anticipate More for a look at brain fitness, walking your way fit, a flavorful spring recipe and much more! And be sure to get on our mailing list. 

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An Experience That Could “MOVE” You

Have you thought about the possibilities of “Rightsizng” your life? What would life be like without the burden of home maintenance? How great could life be with new opportunities, activities and new friends to share them with? Do you feel stuck after being in your house for 20, 30, 40 or more years...

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Asbury Resident Honored by City of Gaithersburg

On February 3, Asbury Methodist Village resident Rev. Hal Garman was honored with a Person of Character Award at the City of Gaithersburg Mayor and City Council meeting. Rev. Garman joined 34 people honored with the award since Gaithersburg became a CHARACTER COUNTS! City in 1996.

Garman created...

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