Committee members Brenda Adkins and Pat Tosi are able to promote some wine.
The silent public sale was vigorous with bidding.
Larry Lanvette and Rehoboth Seashore-Dewey Seashore Chamber of Commerce CEO Carol Everhart arrive in complementary orange to assist the museum.
Sherri Byrne, Rehoboth Mayor Paul Kuhns, Rehoboth commissioner Richard Byrne, and Joe Herbert benefit from the night.
Three iconic framed Washington, D.C. pictures.
Rehoboth Commissioner Pat Coluzzi and Rep. Pete Schwartzkopf, D-Rehoboth Seashore.
Norm Wooden and Raquel and David Maynes take a second for a photograph.
Supporting the museum are (l-r) Marsha Burd, Judy Publish and Ellen and Jackson Copley.
Virginia Reese, Joan Stickler, Sue Eisenbrey and Kathy Nave get pleasure from cocktail hour.
Funland objects are up for public sale.
Artwork is a well-liked silent public sale merchandise.
Susan Rybos and Vicki and Lee Tull smile for the digital camera.
Native companies assist the museum by donating merchandise.
Jerry Capone and Carolyn McNeice are able to peruse the silent public sale objects.
Centerpieces of seashore enjoyable had been taken dwelling for a small donation.
Junior Wilson and Chatty are setting the group up for a enjoyable night time.
Mike Sing and Sharon Rose glow in seashore colours.
Sonjie and Hoyte Decker are completely happy to be on the Seashore Ball.
Nick Caggiano makes a degree.