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.
The Gaithersburg Beloved Community Initiative is excited to announce the return of “Photography, Art and Nature,” a program for tweens developed and led by artist, photographer Joanne Miller.
The first session kicked off on Asbury Methodist Village’s 17-acre Wildlife Preserve (see photos below),...Read More »
Thank you to the Washington Post for this Golden Girls feature of three residents of Asbury's Villas neighborhood which appeared in this Sunday's newspaper. They did a lovely job telling this story of a 50-year friendship that shows the truth of the saying that friends are the family we choose...Read More »
In May, 90-year-old Phyllis Zeno will open the curtain on It Takes a Village: The Musical, a comedic revue that takes a humorous look at the history of Asbury Methodist Village – which just so happens to also turn 90 this year.
Auditions were held in the Hefner Community Center Auditorium on...Read More »
The Gaithersburg Beloved Community Initiative Mentoring Group is in full swing this fall and having a great time with our Gaithersburg Elementary School participants. We started off the year with a field trip to the National Book Festival in Washington, D.C.
Mentoring sessions include learning...Read More »
In October, Park View Apartments celebrated its 10th Anniversary with an Arts Show filled with items created by Park View’s very creative residents during the years 2005 to 2015. The display included model masterpieces created by architect John Eberhard, founder of the Academy of Neuroscience for...Read More »
Saturday turned the page on the Gaithersburg Beloved Community Initiative’s return visit to the National Book Festival. What a fun day!
With a group of Gaithersburg Elementary School students in tow, Beloved Community members navigated the Washington, D.C. Festival throngs with the help of staff...Read More »