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Nick Fountain Receives John B. McMillan Distinguished Service Award

Young Moore attorney John N. (Nick) Fountain received the John B. McMillan Distinguished Service Award on February 4, 2020 during the Wake County Bar Association Meeting. North Carolina State Bar President C. Colon Willoughby Jr. presented the award which honors members of the North Carolina State Bar who have demonstrated exemplary service to the legal profession. Nick has spent his career active both in the legal and local communities and serving in various leadership roles. He has served as President of the Wake County and 10th District Bar, as Bar Councilor and Advisor to the State Bar, and as Finance Committee Chair of Legal Services of North Carolina. He has also been active in the North Carolina Bar Association, serving on its Board of Governors and as Chair of the organization’s Administrative Law Section, as well as leading numerous committees. Nick is a Past President of the Raleigh Kiwanis Club and the Kiwanis Foundation. He was named Kiwanian of the Year in 2015 and received the Diamond Zeller Award in 2016. Nick has also received awards for his efforts to ensure historic preservation in Raleigh for future generations to enjoy. Young Moore joins the State Bar in recognizing these worthwhile contributions to the Bar and community.

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