The Cleveland Cavaliers are looking for Cleveland’s unsung hero. The Cavs are searching for that everyday hero who takes pride in his or her community and encompasses the true spirit of “All for One, One for All.” Fans are invited to nominate someone they know who is deserving of an experience of a lifetime during EveryFAN Night March 20, at 7 p.m., as the Cavs face the defending NBA champion Miami Heat. The EveryFAN will have a night they’ll never forget, tipping off with their own seat on the Cavs bench while the team warms up on the court. During halftime, the honoree will stand center court and be duly recognized among thousands of cheering fans for the significant role they play in making Cleveland great. Following the fourth quarter, they’ll have exclusive access to the Cavs post-game press conference as Coach Scott addresses the media. In addition to the unforgettable in-game experience, the EveryFAN will also receive two premium seats to the March 20 game versus the Miami Heat; round-trip limousine service; pre-game dinner for two at the Hard Rock Cafe; a personalized Cavaliers jersey; and a foosball table and fire pit. Fans can submit their essay nominations for the everyday hero in their community by visiting www.cavs.com/EveryFAN, through tomorrow at 11:59 p.m.
Magnificat High School is accepting resumes for assistants in the girls soccer program. Applicants should have previous playing or coaching experience at the high school, club, or recreation levels. Applicants must be able to take Virtus training, Fundamental of Coaching, CPR, Pupil Activity Certification and an FBI /BCI background check. Resumes should be sent to Head Varsity Coach, Gretchen Micklitsch at email@example.com.