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 February 3, Asbury Methodist Village resident Rev. Hal Garman was honored with a Person of Character Award at the City of Gaithersburg Mayor and City Council meeting. Rev. Garman joined 34 people honored with the award since Gaithersburg became a CHARACTER COUNTS! City in 1996.
At our An Autumn Affair at Asbury campus-wide Open House, guests came from all over the area for a chance to experience Asbury. Not only did they take a look at some of our beautiful apartments, but they had the opportunity to learn about some of the clubs and organizations they could be involved...Read More »
On Wednesday, Asbury Methodist Village resident and founder of the Gaithersburg Beloved Community initiative, the Rev. Hal Garman, 77, will share a legacy of activism for racial and social justice with a new generation as he guides a group of students and sponsors to the 50th Anniversary March on...Read More »
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 retirement community....Read More »
By Phyllis W. Zeno
The royal blue paint had barely dried on the living room walls of the brand new Guest Suites in the Diamond Building before relatives were clamoring to get in.
Harvey and I were still in the midst of unpacking after our recent move to Asbury when his daughter Sandy announced...Read More »