Sunday, February 3, 2013
The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers will battle it out for the Super Bowl on Sunday.
If you're a Cleveland Browns fan, you know that it's really going to be the "once-upon-a-time" Browns that will take the field against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. The Baltimore Ravens play in Super Bowl 47 on Feb. 3 at 6:30 p.m on CBS (Channel 19-WOIO) It's the Ravens second Super Bowl appearance since 1996, when the late Art Modell moved the Browns from Cleveland to Baltimore. In that same span, Browns fans have suffered through years without football and a consistently lousy football team that boasts only one playoff appearance, ending in a heart-breaking loss to Pittsburgh. With all that said, who are you rooting for in the Super Bowl? Are there any Browns fans that will be rooting for the Ravens? Tell us why in the comments. Or …
Thursday, April 26, 2012
It's here! Make sure you either come out to Solon Panini's Thursday night or join our online chat
Finally, the draft has come back to Cleveland. That's right football fans, it's draft day and the boys in brown and orange are on the clock. Not only is tonight a big night for Cleveland fans, it's a great night for Patch fans. Draft Party: At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Patch and Solon Panini's will team up and throw a party to celebrate the first round of the draft. We'll be set up at the bar, and we'll be giving away prizes. Hint: You can eat some of the prizes! Live Chat: Cant' make it to Solon? During the draft party, Patch Editors Chris Mazzolini and Mitch Cooper will be hosting a live chat that will stream on all of Ohio's Patch sites. That will give you the perfect venue to discuss the draft and who the team picks during the first round. …
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Sure, the die-hard sports nuts will be glued to the television, but are you pumped up?
On Thursday, April 26 at 8 p.m. the draft will finally be underway. All the Cleveland sports fans and talk show hosts can put aside their thoughts and know for certain who Cleveland will draft. But how excited for the draft are you? Die-hard fans and sports nuts all over Northeast Ohio will be waiting anxiously to see what happens on draft night, but what about the casual football fan? Are you going to be there watching and waiting? DRAFT PARTY WITH PATCH: Come to Solon Panini's at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. You'll have the chance to win free food! LIVE CHAT: Patch will also host a live chat during the first round on all Ohio Patch sites! Log on to your community's Patch at 7:30 p.m. to join in! Sound off Ohio. Tell us if you're excited for the …
Monday, October 24, 2011
Second-grader to compete for shot at NFL playoff appearance on national TV.
Tyler Cargould of Cuyahoga Falls will compete for the Cleveland Browns team championship for the NFL Punt, Pass and Kick competition on Dec. 4 for the opportunity to compete in the national championship in the 6 to 7 age group. According to the NFL Punt, Pass and Kick schedule, the top four scorers from all first-place finalists in each age division for boys and girls competing in the Team Championship Events advance to the National Finals. The 32 winners and a parent or guardian will travel to the finals in an NFL playoff game (to be determined later) in January. Tyler won the Cuyahoga Falls Parks and Recreation competition on Sept. 9, and he won in his age group in the sectionals competition on Oct. 9 in Middleburg Heights. Tyler, 7, the…
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
A Q&A with Suellen Roberts, RD, LD
Food and Nutrition Services at Bolich Middle School.
Tell me about the progress of the garden and how much produce the students have to work with this season? The garden has done very, very well thanks to careful attention by our Americorp worker, Collen Poling, who volunteered to tend the garden and teach students each week about the items we were growing throughout the summer. We have lots of green beans, tomatoes, peppers, kale, basil and oregano. I know the students involved purchased a salad bar of some sort to serve up the veggies during lunch, how has this worked out during the lunch periods for beginning of this school year? We have ordered a salad bar using the grant money from Fuel Up to Play, a collaborative effort between the NFL and the American Dairy Association, Northeast, but…
Friday, July 15, 2011
Students planted a pizza garden in the spring to eventually share with the school cafeteria.
Two school gardens that were built by students in the spring are now sprouting veggies. In participation with the Fuel Up to Play 60 program, a NFL and National Dairy Council initiative to promote health for the next generation, the school used a $3,000 grant to build the pizza garden. The plan; to serve the fresh produce at a salad bar in the school’s cafeteria. The in-school program requires 60-minutes of daily activity and the availability of nutrient-rich food.
Sunday, May 22, 2011
They spent the day sprucing up the landscaping and prepping two new pizza gardens.
They picked up shovels and rakes, and went to work. Students at Bolich Middle School gathered together to build two school gardens Saturday in participation with the Fuel Up to Play 60 program. The Fuel Up initiative, an alliance of the NFL and the National Dairy Council, promotes health of the next generation. The in-school program requires 60-minutes of daily activity and the availability of nutrient-rich food. The school was awarded a $3,000 grant to purchase a salad bar to show off its lucious produce and to pay for the gardening supplies. Students will plant the vegetables for the pizza gardens on May 27. The plan is to provide fresh ingredients often found on pizzas and additional veggies to snack on, like carrots.