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60 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 Cape Gazette Conductor Adam Pettengell pre- Rehoboth Beach Convention Center was transformed with an elegant train pares to call All Aboard. dining car theme. DENY HOWETH PHOTOS ORGANIZERS OF THE BEEBE MEDICAL FOUNDATION'S 27th Annual Bee- be Ball hosted hundreds of supporters for An Evening Aboard the Orient Ex- press, Nov. 1 at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. An elegant, black-tie-optional affair, it was catered by Nage, featured music by the Big City Band, and offered fabulous silent and live auctions. This year, there was a raffle to win a trip to California's Napa Valley aboard the Wine Train and a visit to San Francisco. The funds will go toward Beebe Healthcare's goal of providing additional 3D mammography services to Sussex County women. Beebe's goal is to introduce a second machine in 2015. Surrounded by suitcases with a travel theme, Judy Aliquo, Beebe Founda- tion president, and Tom Protack, director of development, discuss the cam- paign fundraiser. See more photos of the event at capegazette.com. Doctors Maria and Joydeep Haldar Neepa Jani, Dr. Uday Jani, Dr. Vibha Sanwal, Dr. Pankaj Sanwal and Michelle prepare to board the Orient Express. Nowakowski wait for the Orient Express. Champagne awaits the travelers on the the Orient Express at the first stop. Lillian and Dr. M.L. Ray Kuretu prepare to get aboard the Helen and Dave Truit are dressed in their black tie attire. Orient Express. Kim and Ray Book chat with Bad Hair Day's Drexel Davison. Dr. Ken Sunnergren and Marie Burton pre- Guests Ginny Daley and Marilyn Feldman enter the Orient Express. pare to board the Orient Express.