Thursday, May 2, 2013
Henry Moehring takes over for David Denton, effective immediately.
Asbury Methodist Village is undergoing a leadership change, according to an email sent Wednesday from Doug Leidig, Asbury Communities chief operating officer, to the Asbury community. Henry Moehring has replaced Executive Director David Denton, effective immediately, Leidig said in the email. Moehring has served as the Associate Executive Director of Asbury Methodist Village for the last six years. "In the coming days and weeks, Henry will be meeting with residents, associates and other friends of Asbury Methodist Village," Leidig wrote in the email. "As many of you know, Henry is a warm, caring gentleman who has a long-standing commitment to Asbury and Asbury Methodist Village. Henry has deeply rooted values as a servant leader, and he is…
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Gaithersburg news in brief.
The city of Gaithersburg released the following news this week: Kentlands Mansion Spring Bridal Show Brings Wedding Dreams to Reality Plan your dream wedding all in one place at the Kentlands Mansion Spring Bridal Showcase on Sunday, March 24, from noon to 4 p.m. Gaithersburg’s elegant 19th century estate provides the perfect setting to begin your wedding planning process or finish up the final touches to your special day. Experience the beauty and charm of historic Kentlands Mansion while meeting one-on-one with a variety of wedding vendors, including caterers, photographers, event planners, musicians, makeup artists, hotel representatives and more. Admission is $5 per person. More information is available on the city of Gaithersburg …
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Dr. Neal Barnard, renowned advocate for a vegan diet, captivates our neighbors at Asbury Methodist Village ... and depresses me just a bit.
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- Susan Young
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
In 1939, the Germans invaded Norway and appropriated the country’s livestock to feed their troops, leaving the Norwegians with only plant-based foods to sustain them. During the occupation, rates of heart disease and stroke, which had been steady or rising, fell dramatically. In 1945, when World War II ended and Norway was liberated, its citizens resumed eating animal products and their heart disease and stroke rates climbed back to pre-war levels. This story, a classic retrospective study, appears in the new documentary Forks Over Knives, and provides compelling evidence of an association between eating animal products (meat and dairy) and vascular disease. But we knew that, right? Red meat, along with high-fat dairy products like cheese…
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Mayor Katz delivered this address tonight.
Below is the full text of the Mayor's State of the City Address, which was delivered tonight at 8:30 at Asbury Methodist Village. A year ago I stood before you and asked for your strength and perseverance. Following unprecedented winter storms in the midst of a downward facing economy, I delivered a speech of caution, warning of difficult choices that needed to be made for the long term health of this City. Today I am happy to join with you in looking toward a brighter future. While we have by no means rebounded to the level of service we enjoyed just a few years ago, we have emerged as a stronger, leaner Gaithersburg. Later this evening you will enjoy a video that highlights many of the new developments in Gaithersburg. Housing and …
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Suspect for rape and assault last month of employee still at large
Police are still looking for the man they say raped a woman at gunpoint at Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg a month ago. "There's nothing new," said Lucille Baur, a spokeswoman for the County Police. Detectives are searching for a 6'2" black male who was wearing a gray and black hooded sweatshirt, dark jeans and white tennis shoes at the time of the attack. The assailant is in his mid- to late-20s, has a light complexion and a muscular build, police said. Cpl. Dan Friz, a County Police spokesman, said the assailant also robbed the victim during the assault. The alleged assault occurred at 10 a.m. on Dec. 7 when an 18-year-old Asbury employee was pulled into a bathroom at 1,300-resident retirement home near Lakeforest Mall, …