Apricot Lane boutique will dedicate 20 percent of sales made today and Saturday to the family of Clara Woodward, a Pasco 2-year-old diagnosed with cancer.
Clara has a stage four neuroblastoma, a type of tumor that grows in nervous system tissue. It is most commonly diagnosed in children under 5, and affects about one in 100,000 children, according to information published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
Proceeds from purchases made at the boutique will go toward the family's medical and travel expenses. Clara is being treated in Spokane with chemotherapy, and needs tumor removal surgery and two bone marrow transplants.
The boutique is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and is in the Columbia Center mall in Kennewick.