NEW FACES

• Maureen Weaver joined Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International as a real estate broker serving York County. Weaver grew up in the real estate business, working at her father’s firm in Ogunquit. She holds a degree in communications from Villanova University and also studied at Universite de Bourgogne in Dijon, France. 

• Keith R. Jacques joined Woodman Edmands Danylik Austin Smith and Jacques, P.A., of Biddeford. Jacques has 26 years of experience as a trial lawyer in Maine. Currently, he is a city solicitor for the city of Biddeford. 

• Mindy Pomerleau and Will McClaran joined Central Maine Orthopaedics, P.A.

Pomerleau joined the practice as a physician assistant and most recently lived in Manchester, N.H.

McClaran was named a marketing assistant and will serve as the company’s primary media contact. McClaran, of Westbrook, recently worked for a start-up public relations firm, Canney Communications.

PROMOTIONS

• Jackie Parent, of Community Credit Union, was promoted to branch operations supervisor. Parent joined the credit union in 2004 as a member representative and was later promoted to operations support.

AWARDS

• Todd Grove was named top producer by LTC Financial Partners LLC. Grove, of Cumberland, is a founding partner of LTCFP, one of the nation’s largest long-term-care insurance agencies. He has more than 20 years of experience in the industry and is licensed in 11 states.

GENERAL

• The Loyal Biscuit Co. in Rockland is opening another location in Belfast. The store will be located in the Reny’s Plaza and will carry the same all-natural food and treats lines, collars, beds and crates for dogs and cats. It will also have a self-serve dog wash. The store is expected to open in late June or early July. 

• Kathryn S.B. Davis, chief executive officer and president of United Way of York County, was named vice president of the board of directors of the Maine Association of Nonprofits. Davis joined United Way in July 2005. She has a long history of providing philanthropic support and volunteer board leadership for established nonprofits, as well as for new organizations created to meet emerging social needs. 

• Neal Pratt, a partner in the Portland law firm Preti Flaherty, was appointed to the local rules committee of the United States District Court for the District of Maine. Pratt, of Scarborough, is a 1989 graduate of the Franklin Pierce Law Center, where he earned his juris doctor degree. The committee studies the rules of practice and makes recommendations to the court concerning its rules and procedures and provides a link between the practicing bar and the court.