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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.


Asbury Newspaper Nears 60 Years in Print

In 1958, Asbury Methodist Village launched its first community newspaper. Called Chit Chat, the document was little more than a few typed pages of text put together by a staff of five each month.

It is unlikely the founders had any idea that their project would endure for 60 years, or that it...

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Enhancements to Wilson Health Care Center Earn Rave Reviews

The Wilson Health Care Center at Asbury Methodist Village is excited to announce its Transitional Care wing renovations are complete, enhancing the home-like feel and look of this area for people who are receiving short-term rehabilitative services there.

So, while we know that the bangs and...

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Holidays Can Be a Time When Age-Related Declines Become Apparent

The holidays are a time when families gather. At Asbury Methodist Village, our Health Services associates have had many conversations with family members concerned about Mom or Dad. Often those concerns are raised after they return home for just such a holiday visit. Helping someone see and accept...

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The Latest on Beloved Community Programs

Interested in volunteering or learning more? It might be a slight exaggeration to say we have something for everyone, but we really do have programs to meet a wide range of interests. For full details and to be put in touch with the appropriate person, contact Volunteer Coordinator Sharon Bennett...

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Take a Peek Inside Anticipate More!

Back-to-school benefits, taking care of the birds and the bees and food for the soul. Peek inside our Fall 2014 issue of Anticipate More magazine and add your name to our free mailing list.

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The Keese School Is Back in Session

Class is back in session for hundreds of Asbury residents enjoying one of the region’s most extensive (and least expensive) on-campus, continuing education programs – the Keese School. Headed by a resident who serves a three-year term as dean, the school offers classes, lectures and educational...

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