For National Nutrition Month, the Calvert Recorder reached out to the regional expert on senior wellness, Asbury Solomons retirement community, to get the scoop on a diet that will serve you well as you age by addressing the special nutritional needs of older adults. In a nutshell, eat real food -...Read More »
Long-time Asbury Solomons' resident Kermit Dyke was featured in the Washington Post recently when he became the oldest living West Point Military Academy graduate. He and his wife Bobbe are fixtures around the campus, enjoying daily happy hours at the Topside Pub and competing in the community's...Read More »
David Winterle may live at Asbury Solomons retirement community, but he's not a huge fan of retirement. What does he love? Helping others. Learn about his latest posting to Florida in this Calvert Recorder profile.Read More »
Last week Asbury Solomons celebrated 21 years of providing exceptional, waterfront senior living in Calvert County with our "Finally Legal" themed anniversary party.
(Take a photo tour of our celebration below.)
A photo booth with props encouraged a little bit of silliness, while Asbury Solomons...Read More »
Asbury Solomons resident Tahleen Nabors will be 86 years old when she witnesses her 16th total solar eclipse. This passion has taken her around the world, and she will view the August 21st solar eclipse in Wyoming. Read the Calvert Recorder feature on Tahleen's eclipse chasing here.Read More »
The Calvert Recorder visited the Asbury Solomons campus recently to meet two residents taking part in our What's Age Got to Do With It campaign. Meet Suzanne Edwards and Marcella Hayes in this profile and be inspired!Read More »