Plans call for the 1920 brick YMCA building to be used to create apartments downtown. The taller 1960 YMCA structure behind will be torn down after the Y moves to its new building on Everett’s Colby Avenue. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Plans call for the 1920 brick YMCA building to be used to create apartments downtown. The taller 1960 YMCA structure behind will be torn down after the Y moves to its new building on Everett’s Colby Avenue. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Celebrate Y’s past, ghost or no ghost, and usher in future

Contents of 1920 YMCA time capsule to be revealed before walk from downtown to new building on Colby.

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