Sequoia High students Sarjo Jallow (lower right), Emanuel Ellis (top left) and Claudia Infante sign their names on the final beam for the roof of the new YMCA building on Colby Avenue on Friday in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Sequoia High students Sarjo Jallow (lower right), Emanuel Ellis (top left) and Claudia Infante sign their names on the final beam for the roof of the new YMCA building on Colby Avenue on Friday in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Final YMCA beam put in place with Sequoia students’ names

The $33 million Everett YMCA is set to open in early November with tripled capacity.

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