A house at 605 St. Ann’s Street places second in the House decorations as Capital City Fire/Rescue Volunteer Firefighters Antonia Elstad and Meg Thordarson tour Douglas properties to judge on Flag Day, Thursday, June 14, 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

A house at 605 St. Ann’s Street places second in the House decorations as Capital City Fire/Rescue Volunteer Firefighters Antonia Elstad and Meg Thordarson tour Douglas properties to judge on Flag Day, Thursday, June 14, 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Douglas shows its colors for Flag Day

Thursday was Flag Day, and the results of Douglas Island’s best decorated houses, apartments and businesses are in.

Douglas firefighters on Thursday judged the annual contest, where the Douglas Fourth of July Committee asks Douglas residents to decorate residences, businesses and buildings with flags, flowers and patriotic colors ahead of the Fourth of July.

PHOTOS: Douglas Island decorates for the Fourth

The winners are as follows:

House

First place: 503 F Street

Second place: 605 St. Ann’s

Third place: 112 D Street

Honorable mention: 206 E Street

Nonprofit

Douglas Island Methodist Church

Patriotic Spirit Address

1002 5th Street and 808 4th Street

Apartment/condo

First place: 312 C Street

Second Place: 1413 1st Street

Business

First place: Louie’s Douglas Inn

Second place: Island Pub

Third place: Seaview Chalets

For more information from the Douglas 4th of July Committee, go to douglas4thofjuly.com.

Capital City Fire/Rescue Volunteer Firefighters Antonia Elstad hands out flags to Anna Begenyi, 6, and Kiera Liska during a tour of Douglas properties to judge on Flag Day, Thursday, June 14, 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Capital City Fire/Rescue Volunteer Firefighters Antonia Elstad hands out flags to Anna Begenyi, 6, and Kiera Liska during a tour of Douglas properties to judge on Flag Day, Thursday, June 14, 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

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