Marilyn Radatz spent most of her 45 minutes in the baby doll aisle at Target on Saturday morning.
Radatz, a Hagerstown Jaycees member, was chaperone to an elementary-aged girl, Victoria, who pondered whether she wanted "Bratz" dolls, a "Rock-a-Bye" doll or toy baby clothing to put on the Rock-a-Bye.
Earlier, a boy revealed his excitement as he spotted a "Yu-Gi-Oh!" game.
"I love Yu-Gi-Oh! I love Yu-Gi-Oh!," the boy said as he jumped up and down while holding the box.
Twenty-four children went on a 45-minute shopping spree at Target, near Valley Mall, sponsored by the Hagerstown Jaycees.
Steve Sounders, sports and social director for the Jaycees, said seven other children who couldn't attend were having items bought for them.
Each child was allowed to spend $50 plus tax on items of their choice.
The Jaycees raised the money throughout the year and also received donations from businesses.
The children were recommended through the Salvation Army and Citizens Assisting and Sheltering the Abused Inc. (CASA), Sounders said.