The Douglas 4th of July Committee is an all-volunteer organization that works to make Douglas, Alaska, a fun and friendly place to live, work, and play. For over 100 years, committee members have organized 4th of July events and activities for Douglas and Juneau residents -- adults and kids alike! These dedicated individuals also organize an annual tree-lighting ceremony, Winter programs, Flag Day contest, and fundraising for local community projects, such as construction of the Construction of the Treadwell Ice Arena and the Pioneer Pavilion in Savikko Park. Community work also includes the refurbishing of the cannon and bell displayed in front of the Douglas Post Office.
Vice-President: Shawn Bass
Treasurer: Ann-Elise Hagevig
Secretary: Susanne Williams
Members: Maggie Ford, Sharon Kelly, Molly McCormick, Joyce Vick, Susanne Williams, Shawn Bass, Ann-Elise Hagevig, Justine Bishop, David Eckerson, Michael Partlow
Would you like to be part of a great group of people working to make the Douglas community a great place to live, work, and play? Join us! Check out our contact information page for our email, phone, and mailing address.
We thank and appreciate the following businesses and organizations:
City and Borough of Juneau
City of Douglas
Treadwell Arena, Juneau Parks and Rec. Dept.
Juneau Police Department
Douglas Volunteer Fire Department
Douglas Methodist Church
Southeast Alaska Independent Living
Outdoor Recreation and Community Access
DZ Middle School - Spruce House
Capital Kennel Club
Gastineau Humane Society
Thunder Mountain 4-H Club
Rozwick Giles Music
Juneau Youth Football League
Juneau Youth Sailing Club
Southeast Section of the American Institute of Architects
Antique Auto Mushers of Alaska
Juneau Steamboat Co.
Gastineau Channel Historical Society
Tongass Alaska Girl Scouts