Law firm moves: Faulkner Banfield, a Juneau law firm, has moved to One Sealaska Plaza, Suite 202. It was previously located at 302 Gold St.
The firm has nine attorneys specializing in various fields of law including estate planning and trust administration, civil litigation, Alaska Native corporations, business, education, public utilities, natural resources and taxation law.
Good as Goldie for local TV station: Juneau's local television station KATH recently was given the Goldie Award by the Alaska Broadcasters Association.
Rik Pruett received the award for the station, given for best television commercial in the $500 or less category. The commercial was for Smiles Across the Miles Photography Studio. The spot featured a talking dog and mouse hand puppets with voices supplied by one of the store's owners and the producer's daughter.
McQueen Motors best in Web: Juneau's McQueen Motors recently received the Golden Web award for its Web site. The award is handed out by the International Association of Webmasters and Designers.
Web sites are judged in the categories of design, content and originality and is given on the basis of the creativity, integrity and general excellence.
Owner Curtis McQueen began designing the Web site in 1998 for his business, which opened in 1999. To view the Web Site go to www.mcqueenmotors.com.
Juneau chiropractor re-elected to board: Patricia Conners-Allen was recently re-elected as director of The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards for the district including Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Wyoming and several provinces in Canada.
The federation's purpose is to maintain uniform standards in areas related to chiropractic licensure, regulation and discipline. Conners-Allen was also re-elected as executive board chairwoman of the FCLB.
Grummett gets honors: John Grummett was inducted as president of the Alaska Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers Association.
Grummett, vice president of Juneau's Shattuck & Grummett Insurance agency, was also given the Ed Dimock Award by the association.
The AIIAB is a trade association for independent insurance agents and brokers in Alaska, which provides training and networking services to member service agencies.
The annual Ed Dimock award goes to the person who demonstrates that he or she has given "time and means" during the year for the improvement and development of the insurance industry in Alaska as well as the ethical standards of the industry.