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Building Update - Nov 6

November 06 2013
November 06 2013

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It was so exciting to see construction underway in full force today. Now that building permits have been acquired, the first step in our renovation is removing the hallmark features of the YMCA: showers, saunas, locker rooms, workout areas, and yes, even the pool. As you can see, the power is off in the building and it’s dark and messy. Heavy machinery is knocking down walls and clearing out space. Over the coming weeks and months, we’ll be posting pictures from these and other spots around the building. Some images will look great, others like these, not so. The goal will be to give you a sense of what is happening, and how our new home is shaping up.

Foyer - Nov 6 Foyer

Nursery - Nov 6 Nursery


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