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.
On Saturday, September 9, residents, family members and associates of Kindley Assisted Living will dedicate the completion of a beautiful new mural in their memory support neighborhood. Created by Susan Kekeris (and a few helpers) the "Asbury Park" mural brightens the 6th floor elevator lobby. View...Read More »
WHAG News was on campus recently, speaking to residents about Asbury's What's Age Got to Do With It campaign. Take a look at the WHAG feature and meet a few of the active, engaging, and creative people who have made Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg their home.Read More »
MyMCMedia spent a few hours on campus last week and they loved what they saw!
Meet Asbury residents taking part in What's Age Got to Do With It and hear Executive Director Rob Liebreich explain how Asbury became the first retirement community in Maryland to have an accredited arboretum in these...Read More »
Forbes.com recently shared a Next Avenue story about the value of intergenerational connections featuring Asbury's own Gaithersburg Beloved Community Initiative. GBCI founder Rev. Hal Garman recently attended an event by Generations United and the Eisner Foundation, which seek to combat ageism and...Read More »
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...Read More »
He’s never been a teacher, yet Fred Brown has helped shape the future of thousands of students across the United States.
Through his work with the National Institutes of Health, the Fabco, Inc., biotech firm he founded post retirement, and as the president of his college’s alumni foundation, Fred...Read More »