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Thank you to our AMAZING community! With your help we raised in donation and pledges $203,162 towards the Eccles Family Challenge Grant!!

THE $250,000 CHALLENGE GRANT FROM THE ECCLES FAMILY
ECCLES FAMILY MATCHING GIFT OF $250,000 BOOSTS HAILEY ICE RINK FUNDRAISING AND ENCOURAGES ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY… READ MORE

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With your help, we can fill the building with:
  • Zamboni: $105,000 (Taken)
  • Bleachers: $85,000
  • Rubber Matting/Flooring: $75,000
  • Rental Skate Fleet: $20,000
  • Scoreboard: $12,000
  • Player Benches: $10,000 (multiple)
  • Nets: $2000
And More…

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Recent News

The Puck Drops Here, Idaho Mountain Express, April 16, 2015

As the National Hockey League prepares for the playoffs, it’s only fitting that Sarah Benson, executive director of the nonprofit organization Hailey Ice, announced this week that its new community ice rink “is scheduled to open Nov. 15, 2015, and work is on schedule.” Construction of the rink building is funded, she said, but Hailey Ice is still fundraising to “fill” the building and sustain operations. The “fillers” include six locker rooms, a cafe and bleacher seating. Express photo by Willy Cook Benson, left, and project superintendent Ben Pfotenhauer stand on a cement slab roughly in the middle of the future ice sheet and show the plans for the Campion Ice House. Benson can be reached at sbenson@haileyice.org. READ MORE

Deer Creek Fund Gives $4 Million To Help Complete Hailey Indoor Ice Rink

Long time Wood River Valley resident, Lynn Campion-Waddell, gave Hailey Ice a great surprise Thursday evening. Hailey Ice Board President Ron Fairfax announced that Campion’s family foundation, the Deer Creek Fund of the Denver-based Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation, has made a $4 million gift to help fund construction of an indoor ice rink in Hailey. Hailey Ice is a nonprofit organization that seeks to build the first nonprofit indoor ice rink in Blaine County. “We had already raised most of the $1.4 million to complete the first phase of our project. That total came from a separate $300,000 gift from the Deer Creek Fund, a very generous donation of $500,000 from The Nancy Eccles and Homer M. Hayward Family Foundation, and an impactful $300,000 contribution from a local couple who have asked to remain anonymous,” said Sarah Benson, Executive Director of Hailey Ice. “The first phase includes...
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