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Hal Garman Recognized with Hobart Jackson Cultural Diversity Award

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Asbury Methodist Village resident Rev. Hal Garman was recognized October 20, 2014, by LeadingAge at their 2014 Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee with the Hobart Jackson Cultural Diversity Award, which recognizes an individual or organization that has effected positive change through a significant commitment to cultural diversity and inclusion. Rev. Garman's Gaithersburg Beloved Community Initiative provides intergenerational support in the community at-large by pairing Asbury residents with at-risk youth and community leaders to effect positive change both personally and throughout the surrounding area.

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Bethany Village Celebrates 50th Anniversary

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Bethany Village celebrated its 50th Anniversary on October 1, 2014, and this video commemorates the Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania continuing care retirement community's five decades of service and caring for older adults, while also looking ahead to new developments in the community and beyond.

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The Springhill Story: Residents & Associates Recall Their Favorite Moments

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Residents and associates at Springhill Senior Living recall their favorite moments at the community, an accredited continuing care retirement provider serving the Erie, Pennsylvania region since 1990. Springhill is also home to The Woodlands Memory Support and ForestView Health Care Center. 

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Edwin C. Thomas III - Asbury President & Chief Executive Officer on Asbury's Values, Mission & More

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Asbury's President and CEO talks about Asbury's mission, the communities, values, and quality of life programs available to residents, associates, and volunteers.

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Asbury: Anticipate More

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Originally developed for as an overview of the Asbury system for the United Methodist Association conference in March 2013, this video provides an overview of the Asbury system and the ways that we make a difference in the lives of those we serve every day.

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High Tech Aging: Improving Lives Today

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Published on Dec 19, 2012

Meet Alma, an 83-year-old woman whose journey from home to hospital, to rehabilitation and back to home is assisted by technology.
Learn more: http://www.LeadingAge.org/high-tech

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