Asbury Park's heroes pose for calendar

ASBURY PARK - Asbury Park firefighters, lifeguards and police officers have joined together to make a 2011 calendar.

The calendar doesn't go on sale for another week and a half, but News 12 New Jersey was able to get a sneak peek.

The firefighters, lifeguards and police officers have been dubbed the "Heroes of Asbury Park" and are now taking it off for charity.

Proceeds from the calendar will benefit several charities, including the Arts Coalition of Asbury Park. Detective John Sosdian, a father of two from Jackson, says he did it to give back to the community, but admits his photo shoot outside of Convention Hall was uncomfortable. A female lifeguard and a female police officer are also included in the calendar. The models will be signing calendars at the Watermark Restaurant in Asbury Park on Nov. 21 from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

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