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i C EGAZETTE - Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 - 41 Continued from page 40 table. Just before the dining room opens. Derrickson sits at one of the tables stewing over the menu, deciding on any last minute spe- cials for the evening. The jingle of plates and glasses, the mumble of waiters stirring just before opening, and the phone trilling with people asking for reservations do not shake Derrickson. The chaos of a busy dining room ignites this Rehoboth restaurateur. "It's kind of like everyone com- ing to my place," Derrickson said of the feeling of owning a restau- rant on a busy night. Unlike the anxious feeling one might expect, he thinks of it just like having a few friends over for dinner. "I am host to someone's good time, and I like being the host of the party," he said. Derrickson does not define suc- cess as owning two restaurants at age 29. "It's when enough things are running well and you have normal days with normal busi- ness and you're able to pay the bills," he said. Satisfied with Abstractions' success, Derrickson wanted another challenge, but he wanted to stay in town. The Heritage Inn will now be the only hotel on Route 1 with food service, he said. For reservations call 644- 9051. The State Room is open for dinner nightly at 5 p.m. Bank-issued FDIC- insured to $100,000 1-year 4.75% ainimm APY* - deposit $5,000 3-year 4.85% Minimum APY* deposit $5,000 *Annual Percentage Yield (APY)--Interest cannot remain on deposit; periodic payout of interest is required. Early withdrawal is not permitted. Effective 2/21/06, Subject to availability and prior charge, The amount received from a sale of a CD at current market value may be less than the amount initially invested. Call or stop by today. Christopher D. Ryle 17021 Old Orchard Rd. Suite 4 Lewes, DE 645-7710 Derek R. Clifton 17021 Old Orchard Rd. Suite 4 Lewes, DE 645-7710 Member SI~C Serving Individual InvestorR Since 1871 } IREOME HOI TO MILTON, D wm a the perfect to do eve hing or nothing at all! Enjoy the ambience of tree-lined streets, quaint shops, & historic architecture. Canoe down the Broadkill River; visit shore resorts; or just spend the afternoon on your generous wraparound front porch. HESTNUT CROSSING IS A UNIQUE ENCLAVE of 25 semi-custom single family homes on 12 pastoral acres. Enjoy the-unparalleled craftsmanship of Atlantic Homes combined with the privacy of cul-de-sac homesites. Myriad options include sunrooms, luxury baths and second owner's suites. Chesfnut Crossing is located on Chestnut Street in historic Milton. Delaware. FromJ~oute 1 turn West on Route 16: turn left on Mulber~. Street; proceed I mile to right on Chestnut Street. Chestnut Crossing is 1 block on the left. *Prices and promotions subject to change without prior notice. Incentives and closing costs paid when using preferred lender and closing attorney. Please consult Sales Manager for details. Sales by Builder's Sales & Marketing, Seller's AgenL B AUTY & hamsrm of"The Zachary," Atlantic Home's featured Model at The Peninsula, Delaware's premier Resort & Golf Community! The Peninsula is located on Bay Farm Road off of Route 24 in Longneck, Delaware. .! WILl, : fTLAN C HOMES CUSTOM BUILD ON YOUR LOT! Choose from one of our best-selling floorplans or provide your own Featuring Quality Andersen'Windows