At our December NECA Business Meeting a motion was put on the floor to have our meetings every other month instead of monthly.  This motion did not go through because per our By-Laws, this can only be determined/changed by the Executive Committee. That being said, I sent out an email to them (Executive Committee) and everyone agreed to have them every other month.  Below is a list of the months we will be having our meetings in 2020.  They will continue to be on the first Thursday of these months starting at 6:30 pm.

 

February,  April,  June,  August,  October,  December 

If you are interested in chairing an event for our community please let Eve Shoemaker know...

it's always a great time when we can get together

with friends and neighbors at a funraiser!

Save the Date

BINGO
February 29nd
more info to follow

St. Patrick's Day

Chairperson Needed

NECA Community Event.

Contact Eve

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Mary Virginia McGovern

January 29, 1928- November 30, 2019

 

 

 

Mary Virginia McGovern, 91, of Huntingtown passed away November 30, 2019 at her residence surrounded by her family. She was born January 29, 1928 in Baltimore to Howard S. and Gladys M. (Barnes) Hamann. Virginia was raised in Baltimore. She married John “Jack” McGovern on July 13, 1946 and they lived in Forestville for many years before moving to Neeld Estate in Huntingtown. She was a school teacher at Mt. Calvary in Forestville. Virginia was active in the community; she was a member of Emmanuel United Methodist Church and in her spare time she enjoyed baking pound cakes and chocolate chip cookies, crocheting, making blankets, traveling, and drinking margaritas on the rocks with salt.

Virginia was preceded in death by her husband John “Jack” McGovern, sons John M. and Patrick S. McGovern, and son-in-law Frederick Bauer. She is survived by her daughter Kathryn M. Bauer of Huntingtown, daughter-in-law Janice DeMarco McGovern, grandchildren Kevin McGovern and wife Lizz Kilby, Kristyn McGovern Hurley and husband Gavin, Danny Bauer and wife Breanne Bauer, Jack Bauer, and Kiley Bauer and great-grandchildren Luke, Rachel, and Ryan McGovern, Sarah and Garrett Hurley, and Hudson Bauer.    
 

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Slow Down

THERE'S NO 
NEED TO SPEED

in the neighborhood

THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS!

The Neeld Estate community would like to thank the many volunteers who help out all year long.

Whatever part you play in making Neeld Estate a better place to live, we want you to know we appreciate your time and efforts.    Thank You!!

 

"It's volunteers that make an extra effort every day to strengthen our relationships in the community and help make Neeld Estate a wonderful place to live"

DID YOU KNOW??
Nearly 95% of the land in Maryland drains to
the Chesapeake Bay

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NEELD ESTATE 2019 
JULY 4th PARADE and CELEBRATION

 

THANK YOU to everyone who volunteered to help make our Neeld Estate community 4th of July celebration a success!  It takes a lot of people to make this event happen and I sincerely thank each and every one of you for all of your help. . .  I couldn't have done it without you. 

Dorothy Oliver


Please remember that the WALL along the waterfront is on Private Property.  

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2019 NECA OFFICERS

 President - Eve Shoemaker             

 1st V. President - Danny Bauer

 2nd V. President - Brett Reeves

 Secretary - Kari Logan

 Treasurer - Kim Phillips

NECA COMMITTEES

 Hilltop House - Sue Coffey, Brett Reeves, 

      Janet Gean, Mary Fragale

 Membership - Kari Logan
 
Beach Clean-Up - Jay Geest

 Roads & Drainage - Danny Bauer

 Sunshine - Eve Shoemaker
 Neighborhood Watch - Sandy Geest

 Welcome - Betsy Ross, Eve Shoemaker

 Mosquito Control - Keith Griffith

 

 

The Neeld Estate Beach is PRIVATELY OWNED by the Neeld family and can only 
be used by Residents of Neeld Estate and their Guests.  

Anyone else is TRESPASSING on Private Property 
"Violators will be prosecuted by authority of Plum Point Corp." 
(Posted on the signs leading to the beach)

       

The entrances to the beach are for loading and unloading your vehicle. 
Please replace the chains when you leave.

Please take the time to read the signs posted at the entrances to the beach
and please be a good neighbor and follow the rules as they are posted.
This sign was posted by Plum Point Development Corp., 

the Neeld family owns the beach)
 

 

 

**Note:
A Beach Committee has been formed to address the issues of

trespassers parking on private property and using the beach.

 

Chips Towing - 410-257-6121 or 301-855-8343

Rod'n'Reel Weather Station

Chesapeake Beach, MD 

 

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