MSES Alum Restores Aud Seats for Eagle Project

MSES Alum Restores Aud Seats for Eagle Project
Posted on 01/07/2018
Eagle Scout ProjectWeimer’s Project Replaced Badly Worn Row Ends in D14 Heritage Area

MSES alumnus Nick Weimer spent a share of his Winter Break this month serving his school and community by replacing worn and broken seat panels in the district auditorium at MSES.
For his Eagle Scout project, Weimer has been working to measure, cut, and engrave seat side panels for the district’s heritage 1922 auditorium structure. Weimer’s project replaced all 64 row end panels in the auditorium seating area. He plotted and cut all the pieces on the CNC router at Manitou Springs High School and engraved the pieces for the seats on the front row sections. On Wednesday, December 27, Weimer, along with friends, family, MSHS wrestling team members, coaches, teachers, and fellow scouts, removed and replaced all the end panels.
“I’m excited to make an improvement to one of our district's most historic spaces,” Weimer said.
Nick started at MSSD as a kindergartner and will be graduating with his sister, Sarah, in May of 2018. His mother, Marsha, is a building tech at MSES; his brother, Taylor, is music teacher at Ute Pass Elementary; and his father, Steve, is a District 14 School Board member.

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