- The Washington Times - Saturday, November 2, 2019

Ann Marie Coolick spent five hours Friday drawing and decorating the sign she wanted to take to the Nationals’ first-ever World Series parade.

An artist by day, the Arlington, Virginia resident sketched Nationals outfielder Juan Soto pumping his fist and wrote “JUAN FINE DAY” in large lettering. 

Coolick was one of the many fans along Constitution Avenue who had a customized sign to celebrate the Nationals on Saturday. Fans waved their signs as players and coaches passed by on the top of charter buses. 

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