TETON VALLEY, IDA \u2013 When the Zamboni at the Kotler Ice Arena broke down early this week, everyone pitched in to do what they could to keep the rink open and the ice safe.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nSome programs had to be cancelled after rink organizers received word that a fix was not going to be possible anytime soon. But other events this week, like a squirts tournament, took place only because volunteers jumped in and hand-shoveled the ice surface to make it playable.\r\n\r\nWith weeks left to go in the season, though, and more scheduled events, it was looking dire for the ice arena in Victor.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThat\u2019s when a miracle happened. First, the\u00a0Town of Jackson\u00a0stepped in and lent Kotler its spare Zamboni. CMI and the folks at Snow King Sports and Event Center were able to secure a brand-new Zamboni this year so they offered their old one. The town okay'd it.\r\n\r\nNow, to get it over the hill. \u00a0Ron's Towing to the rescue. Ron's Towing was able to load up the Zamboni on a flatbed and truck it over the pass. By 6pm last night the rink was back in business.\r\n\r\nRink neighbors Gearhead Garage Auto Repair and rink partners RAD Curbside also helped out all week where they could.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\u201cCanceling the remainder of the season was a real and serious threat without this collaborative effort. Not only would that have been a huge bummer, but much of our rink funding comes from tournaments and events like the ones we have over the next few weeks,\u201d said Teton Valley Foundation executive director Lauren Bennett. \u201cThank goodness for great neighbors.\u201d\r\n\r\nCome on down to the rink this weekend to catch some hockey at the Cutthroat Classic Adult Tournament, and enjoy a Grand Teton Brewing beer with us. After the last week, we've all earned one.