Eventually, the BSSHA Board concluded that, with additional fundraising, they had a chance of moving even closer to their ultimate goal of a permanent, refrigerated ice facility. In 2015, they applied to the Resort Tax Board for funds that would allow them to replace their aging wood dasher boards with a new set suitable for a permanent rink. The Resort Tax Board agreed to match, dollar-for-dollar, all funds raised by the BSSHA up to $25,000. With a large donation by the Yellowstone Club Community Foundation and a successful golf tournament, the BSSHA was quickly within range of achieving its fundraising goal. With a successful “Board Sponsorship” campaign and the support of several foundations, including the Spanish Peaks Community Foundation, the BSSHA, by October 2015, had raised the additional amounts needed to obtain the full Resort Tax Board match. The BSHHA then purchased the new boards, and player boxes, and these are now being used in our rink. This enabled the BSSHA, for the first time, to have a regulation sized hockey arena!