Each year, Asbury Methodist Village honors the people who donate countless hours of their time to make this Gaithersburg retirement community such a terrific place to live and work. In 2014, more than 400 Asbury residents donated 20,000 hours of their time to projects and programs on the campus that enrich the lives of those living here and in the surrounding area. Click here to view all photos from the event.
Using a Lifesavers theme, the Day of Recognition featured several speakers, including Henry Moehring, executive director of Asbury Methodist Village and resident volunteers Marilyn Gaut, who manages the English as a Second Language Tutoring program for Asbury associates, and Shirley Mallory, who is a mentor for the Gaithersburg Beloved Community Initiative.
And thank you, as always, to our volunteer photographer Bruce Small.