Committee Projects

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. These dedicated individuals fund raise for the following local community projects. 

  • Savikko Park Picnic Tables and Benches

  • Sod and Grass Seeding for Pioneer Pavilion Plaza

  • Purchase of Rental Skates for Children at Treadwell

  • Bell and Cannon Refurbishment Project

  • Weed Whacker for Douglas Historical Cemeteries. 

  • Donation to Douglas Roundabout mowing. 

  • Donation to Project Playground rebuild. 

 

Treadwell Arena Project Completion

Treadwell Arena schedule varies from day to day, so it’s important to check their website before visiting. Typically, a day includes an open skate period, which is perfect for beginner skaters. If you’re a hockey player, you should keep an eye open for the Pond Hockey or Stick & Puck. Pond Hockey is a drop-in game that’s open to up to 26 participants and four goaltenders.  TREADWELL ICE ARENA WEBSITE

Funds have come from local sales tax revenues, state and federal grants, the Rasmuson Foundation and private donations. The Douglas Fourth of July Committee donated the building design with volunteer help from Juneau architects Jensen Yorba Lott Inc. 

Read More about the opening of Treadwell Arena Here!

Pioneer Pavilion Construction

The Pioneer Pavilion plaque was unveiled on May 14, 2011, at the Arbor Day Celebration. This capped the completion of the Douglas 4th of July Committee project of a performance/band stand at Savikko Park, Douglas.

The pavilion provides a covered, open space for music, dance, speaking, static displays and other performances during holidays and special events.  It also can serve as an additional covered picnic shelter. Did you know you can rent the Pioneer Pavilion for special occasions? Click on the image to find out how!

Interested in renting the Pavilion? Click here for CBJ Application!

Douglas Post Office Cannon & Bell
The Cannon

The gun that now sits before the Douglas Post Office was created by the foundry of Bailey, Pegg & Co of London, England sometime between 1840 and 1850. 

Read more about the cannon and it's history by clicking here. 

The Bell

The old school bell was originally purchased with monies raised by students of Douglas High School for $100.00. After arriving on the SS. Jefferson in 1914 it was hoisted up to the belfry. 

Read more about the bell and it's restoration by clicking here. 

Members:

President: Molly McCormick

Vice Pres: Joyce Vick

Treasurer: John Lasinski

Secretary: Nona Dimond

David Eckerson

Maggie Swanson

Sharon Kelly

Sherill Baxter 

 

Meetings:

Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday April - May

Every Tuesday of June - July

6:30PM in Meeting Room at the 

Douglas Community Fire Hall / Library 

Mailing Address:

Douglas 4th of July Committee
PO Box 240881
Douglas, AK 99824-0765

 

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