PAXTON – Organizers are calling Aug. 12-16 "Willamina's Week" in Paxton.
Willamina Clayton is the 10-month-old daughter of Will and Katie Clayton. She has been diagnosed with a rare form of liver cancer and is currently undergoing treatment at Riley's in Indianapolis.
Terra Hendrix, owner of the Tin Pan restaurant at 125 S. Market St., Paxton, plans to donate up to 15 percent of the restaurant's net sales during that week to the Clayton family.
"To participate, customers need to wear the 'Where There's a 'Will'amina, There's A Way' T-shirt to the restaurant, and in turn, 15 percent of their dinner bill will be donated to the Clayton family," Hendrix said.
Guests not wearing the T-shirt can say the secret word, "kiddo," during their visit, and 10 percent of their bill will be donated.
Willamina T-shirts may be purchased at the Tin Pan for $10 each. T-shirt sales also benefit the Clayton family. To find out more about Willamina and her story, visit caringbridge.org. The Web site name is Willamina.