In the News

Text Size - RegularText Size - Large

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.


What’s New Around Asbury

February isn’t just for lovers – it’s for learners, too. Three classes offered through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute kick off on campus this month, an eclectic trio that promises something for everyone.

“Robin Williams: Seriously Funny,” runs from Feb. 16 to May 4. The instructor – who...

Read More »

Valentines Illustrate 62 Years of Love

Duane and Liz McKenna share their story with News Channel 9. See this beautiful Valentine collection that was 62 years in the making.  

Read More »

Who Says Playing in the Snow Is Just for Kids?

Why should kids have all the fun? Watch Fox 5's snow tubing feature of this annual wellness event that has snowballed into one of Asbury Methodist Village's most popular - and stereotype-smashing - trips: a day on the slopes at White Tail.

Read More »

ICAA Names Asbury Innovator of the Year

We’re proud to announce that the International Council on Active Aging has named Asbury Methodist Village a 2014 Innovator of the Year for its Brain Waves wellness program. Asbury will receive its award at ICAA’s annual conference in Orlando in November.

Memory loss – and keeping your brain in...

Read More »

Renovations Underway at Wilson Health Care Center

If you happen to visit the first floor of the Wilson Health Care Center these days, you’re likely to hear the sounds of progress.

A few months ago, Asbury Methodist Village began a major enhancement of Wilson’s healing environment in order to continue providing Montgomery County with exceptional...

Read More »

Labor of Love - Residents Spotlight Asbury in Annual Parade

After years of watching Gaithersburg’s Labor Day parade stream past our retirement community’s front entrance, residents this year decided that Asbury Methodist Village would be more than just a spot along the parade route.

A committee was formed and dozens of residents signed on to represent...

Read More »