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Clark's Christmas Kids

Saturday

Dec 8, 2018 – 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

1500 Market Place Blvd
Cumming, GA 30041 Map

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Every Christmas, WSB Radio and Clark Howard partner with the Georgia Division of Family & Children Services and St. Vincent de Paul Georgia to provide gifts for foster children all across the state.

Join us Saturday, December 8 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for Clark's Christmas Kids at Walmart at 1500 Market Place Blvd in Cumming. WSB's Marcy Williams and Judd Hickinbotham from Atlanta's Morning News will broadcast live from 9-11 a.m.

Come in the store to choose a wish list from one of Georgia's foster children and then purchase one or more gifts for that child to receive on Christmas morning.

You can make a difference in the lives of more than 10,000 kids in foster care this holiday season.

Special Guest:
  • 10 a.m.-Noon: Dr. Joe Esposito, host of Health Talk Atlanta on WSB Radio


  • *Guest and times are subject to change; Clark will not be at this location

    News

    • Sources tell Channel 2 Action News that the Peach Drop is moving back to Underground Atlanta this year. Atlanta sources are telling me the #Peachdrop is going back to Underground Atlanta for New Years Eve!! @wsbtv — Dave Huddleston (@DaveHWSB) December 19, 2018 Details about this year's event haven't been released. Channel 2's Dave Huddleston  reports Live Nation is in charge of setting up musical guests. The Peach Drop was held in Woodruff Park last year. Remember, you can watch the Peach Drop LIVE on Channel 2!
    • We hope you enjoyed the last few days of dry weather because days of rain is returning. Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Karen Minton said that the rain will begin to move into parts of Georgia around midnight.  The morning commute Thursday will be messy as the rain sticks around through lunchtime.  We're updating the latest forecast models for who could see the most rain, on Channel 2 Action News at Noon There’s a chance for even more rain on Friday, and even some light snow or flurries in parts of northeast Georgia in the evening.  [DOWNLOAD: WSB-TV's Weather App for alerts on any severe weather] But everything will move out this weekend, and you can expect to see a dry Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Rain is coming! We are dry today...but rain develops overnight into Thursday morning. Plan on a wet commute Thursday and Friday. Dry weather arrives for the weekend and Christmas Eve and Christmas Day pic.twitter.com/rKiqVdB0kA — Karen Minton (@KarenMintonWSB) December 19, 2018 Wrap-around moisture on the backside of a system (that will produce widespread RAIN on Thursday) could produce some wintry mix Friday night in NE GA. Significant accumulation isn't forecast. We'll be tracking this system for you ahead at Noon! pic.twitter.com/xFGh9K9eMn — Katie Walls (@KatieWallsWSB) December 19, 2018
    • Thousands of thermostats sold across the U.S. are being recalled due to a fire hazard, officials with the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced last week in a recall notice. >> Read more trending news About 135,000 Emerson-branded SensiWiFi thermostats were sold at stores and heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment distributors in America between April 2014 and December 2016. Officials said in a recall notice Dec. 12 that wires on the devices can contact household line voltage, causing damage to the thermostat and posing a fire hazard. >> Read the recall notice The company that imported the devices, White-Rodgers, a division of Emerson Electric Co., has received eight reports of burn damage to the thermostats in question, officials said. The recalled thermostats, model numbers 1F86U-42WF or UP500W, have the word “Emerson” printed on the front of them and a date code between 1416 and 1536 on the back, according to CPSC. The thermostats are white and have LCD screens with three buttons below that. To the right of the screens are arrows and menu buttons. People who have the recalled thermostats were asked to contact White-Rodgers to determine whether their devices fall under the recall and to get instructions on how to repair or replace the thermostats. Officials said no injuries have been reported because of the defective thermostats.
    • A bear was seen on camera knocking over Christmas decorations on a family’s doorstep. WTSP reported that a video doorbell captured the bear’s visit in Naples, Florida. The video was shared to the Ring Neighbors App by the homeowner. Video began recording automatically when the bear stepped onto the property, according to WFOR. >> Read more trending news  At one point, the bear sniffs right in the camera. According to WTVT, the homeowner said the bear’s nose rang the doorbell. The homeowner can be heard yelling multiple times, “Bear, go away!”  Eventually, after some more sniffing around, the bear leaves on its own, but not before one of the snowmen decorations lost its head when the bear poked at it. WFOR reported that the family said the visit was mostly entertaining and the decoration was an easy fix. Watch the video below.
    • The Children’s Place and the Consumer Product Safety Commission have announced a recall of infant snowsuits due to a choking hazard. According to the recall alert, the metal snaps on the snowsuit can come off and can pose a choking hazard to young children.  About 14,900 snowsuits are covered by the recall in the United States. Another 750 were sold in Canada, according to the CPSC. The snowsuits sere sold in infant sizes from 0 to 18 months and were sold in two styles with three patterns.  >> Read more trending news  The style number can be found on a label on the side seam. Style Number, Colors/Pattern under recall are as follows:  2111187 White Sophy floral – a white snowsuit with a pattern of flowers of different colors 2111187 Jazzberry ladybug – a pink snowsuit with a pattern of red ladybugs 2111188, Rosebud heart – a pale pink snowsuit with a heart pattern stitched in to the sleeves If you have one of the snowsuits, you’re being instructed to return it for a full refund to any The Children’s Place store or call The Children’s Place at 877-752-2387 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET Saturday, or click here to go to the company’s recall information on its website, www.childrensplace.com.
    • The Carrier Dome is a large arena, but a 3-year-old boy wearing a tiny basketball jersey brought the house down Monday night. >> Read more trending news  Drake Grillo, of Auburn, New York, became the youngest person to sing the national anthem at the dome, strolling out to midcourt to belt out his rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” before the Syracuse University women’s basketball team defeated Niagara, the Syracuse Post-Standard reported. 'I just think he's too little to realize how big of a deal it is,'' Drake’s mother, Chelsea Grillo, told the newspaper. 'We just try to stay calm for him and not really talk it up. We don't ask him if he's nervous. So then maybe he won't think of that. I don't think he really knows what nervous is yet.'' There was no sign of nerves for the boy, who wore a No. 44 Syracuse basketball jersey as he sang. When he was done, several of the Syracuse basketball players came over to give him a fist-bump, the Post-Standard reported. This was not Drake’s first performance before a live audience. He sang the national anthem before the first pitch of the three games of the Auburn Doubledays minor-league baseball team, the Post-Standard reported.  Grillo said her son keeps sharp by singing into a toy microphone at home. While the anthem is his signature song, Drake has expanded his repertoire. 'Right now he’s into Christmas music, so he sings that,'' Grillo told the Post-Standard.