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 »
Gladys Ament was born the day U.S. women were finally granted the right to vote. This week, she cast a historic vote for the first female presidential candidate. Read the incredible story of this Asbury Solomons resident in the Washington Post feature, “She was born the day women got the vote.” ...Read More »
We are excited to have been chosen to receive the Maryland Recycling Network’s 2016 Outstanding Environmental and Community Leadership Award.
Asbury Solomons was recognized for efforts that led to 175 tons of materials being recycled rather than sent to a landfill. Materials included paper, glass,...Read More »
See why we always hear "I wish I had moved here sooner" when you open the Fall 2105 Anticipate More magazine.
Join our mailing list for this free, quarterly publication, and learn more about the people who live here and the events, clubs and programs they create and enjoy!Read More »
Dr. Ernest Willoughby was named Conservationist of the Year by the Southern Maryland Chapter of the Audubon Society. A professor emeritus of biology at St. Mary's College of Maryland and Asbury Solomons resident, Ernie has become active with the campus's Go Green Committee since moving here with...Read More »
Effective June 1, 2015, Doug Leidig will become President & CEO of Asbury Communities, Inc. As a member of the Asbury system of continuing care retirement communities, Asbury Solomons congratulates Doug on his appointment.
Click here to read about Doug's experience and tenure at Asbury, where he...