When 15 firefighters from Cheyenne Fire and Rescue agreed to shed their coats and put out their first-ever charitable calendar, little did they know how hot of an item it would be.

Since the 2018 calendar was revealed on September 25, nearly 400 have been sold.

"There's about 100 left," said Cheyenne Firefighters spokesman Derek Pollnow. "Those are going to be down at the Coats for Kids (giveaway) event tomorrow as well as at the Black Dog Animal Rescue dinner."

Proceeds from the calendars, which cost $20 each, are being split between the two organizations.

"We've had such a great response," said Pollnow. "We have another 500 being printed currently and as long as the demand is there we will continue to print more."

To bring attention to the Cheyenne Coats for Kids organization, several of the firefighters featured in the calendar will be at the Cheyenne Depot Museum tomorrow as 1,400 coats are given out to children in need.

"A table will be set up in the lobby from 10 a.m. to noon where calendars can be purchased and signed," said Pollnow.

"We really do love what we do for the community, be it from a red truck or us doing something fun," added Pollnow. "The calendar has been a lot of fun and we sure thank everybody for their support."

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