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Dillon Rink & Plink Day Raises Over $800 To Help With Maintenance Costs

The Dillon Amateur Hockey Association held the first Rink and Plink day along with a pint night at Beaverhead Brewing Company on Saturday January 27th at the Dillon Ice Rink.



Participants made a lap around the rink then competed to see who was the best shot with a Red Ryder BB gun. They had three divisions in this event from expert, novice, and children luckily no one shot their eye out and the winners are:


  • 1077, Derek Lewis, winner of the Rink Plink Expert Skater Division

  • 0805, Cedar Aiken, first ever skater in the Rink Plink 

  • 0857, Carsyn Davis, winner of the Rink Plink Youth Division 

  • 0977, Collin Peterson, winner of the Rink Plink Novice Skater Division

  • 1011, Jim Dolan, participating in the Rink Plink Expert Skater Division


Participants also got to compete in a curling event that had a little bit of a twist. Curling stones are expensive and no one seemed to have an old one lying around so through the use of some old milk jugs they had milk jug curling. The winners of this event are:


  • 1103, Sam Davis playing in the DAHA Inaugural Curling Tournament - she was on the winning team the Jug Slyders

  • 1107, college kids playing in the DAHA Inaugural Curling Tournament 

  • 1139, Tara Jones playing in the DAHA Inaugural Curling Tournament

Fun was had by all the participants and the league was able to raise over $800 that will be going to rink maintenance at the Dillon Ice Corral.



Photo credit to Klaire Kramer











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Jim Dolan
Jim Dolan
Jan 31

It was a pleasure returning to Dillon for the event and seeing what Dillon Amateur Hockey Association has accomplished since I departed some 2 years ago. I'm proud of the work that DAHA has accomplished and hope this event continues in the future! Best, Jim Dolan

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