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Asbury Methodist Village is a vital part of the community at-large, both as an employer and community partner, and in terms of philanthropic outreach. Asbury residents are continually giving back to the great Montgomery County area and we have close ties with many partners in the community. 

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Recent News

Integrated Alert System Further Strengthens Resident Safety

Posted on Oct 24, 2011
Integrated Alert System Further Strengthens Resident Safety

October 14, 2011 — Status Solutions, provider of the Situational Awareness and Response Assistant (SARA), today announced that Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg, Md., has implemented the solution to serve as the new emergency response and alerting system at the 130-acre continuing care...

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Good Deeds, High Spirits Abound at 2011 Caring Classic

Posted on Oct 14, 2011

Spirits were bright despite overcast skies as friends of The Asbury Foundation and Asbury Communities enjoyed a great day of golf and fellowship during the 2011 Caring Classic Tournament. On October 11, more than 125 golfers teed off at Whiskey Creek Golf Club in Ijamsville, Md., for the...

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Vegan Cuisine Takes Center Stage

Posted on Sep 29, 2011

Close to 100 residents were on hand September 27 for a discussion by renowned health expert Dr. Neal Barnard followed by a tasting of delicious vegan – yes, that’s right, vegan – dishes. The event was sponsored by The Asbury Foundation, which is grateful for the collaborative efforts of Sodexo and...

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Resident Initiative Reaches Out to Gaithersburg Youth

Posted on Aug 31, 2011

Wesley Theological Seminary student Jameson McLaughlin spent his summer researching the needs of people living near Asbury Methodist Village, working to carry out resident Hal Garman's "beloved community" idea. Click here for the Aug. 31 Gazette article: ...

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