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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.

Author Explores Legacy of “Silent Spring” at Public Event on April 20

We are excited to welcome Linda Lear, Ph.D., author of Rumblings of an Avalanche: The Legacy of Silent Spring to the Rosborough Cultural Arts & Wellness Center for a discussion of Rachel Carson's ground-breaking book, credited for launching the environmental movement. Hosted by Asbury Methodist...

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Strathmore & Osher Partnerships Create ‘Cultured’ Community

With the campus’s proximity to Washington, D.C., Asbury residents have always had plenty of opportunities to stay in tune with cultural happenings. But did you know that Asbury Methodist Village has a unique partnership with the Strathmore and Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Johns Hopkins...

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LeadingAge Video Takes a Look at Aging and Technology

View “High-Tech Aging: Improving Lives Today,” a new video by LeadingAge that takes a look at how technology is making aging in place a safer and more seamless possiblities for adults today and tomorrow. Asbury Methodist Village is grateful that we could take part in this project by serving as...

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Who Has Time for Retirement? Meet a Resident Volunteer

“I think what I love most about Asbury is the fact that there is such a strong volunteer spirit manifesting itself in so many ways,” says Mary Waldron, winner of Asbury Methodist Village’s 2011 Volunteer Award. “It’s so much fun to see the new people come and take their place in it. It’s...

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Green Isn’t Just a Color at Asbury

Every small step helps sustain nature’s resources. And organizations like Asbury Communities, Inc., have a real opportunity to make a significant difference. In keeping with Asbury’s core value of stewardship, the principle of sustainability is being employed at every Asbury community – in...

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Chinese Officials Tour Services for Older Adults

Yesterday, community staff and residents were honored to show visiting officials from China senior living Asbury-style.

The group – part of a three-month, University of Maryland program covering all areas of public administration – was interested in learning how local governments were dealing with...

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