THREE minutes, $300 and one trolley - that was the scenario Robyn Perrett found herself in on Tuesday morning as she prepared to take on the 2019 Muswellbrook Lioness Club Grocery Grab.
The program sees the organisation sell tickets to raise money for the community, with one lucky buyer receiving the chance to raid a supermarket the best they can within the limitations.
On this occasion, it was Coles that became part of the process and Ms Perrett who was selected to take control of the trolley.
While not all items were available as part of the grab, it was certainly a fun opportunity to be part of and she spoke to The Chronicle about the experience.
"I was excited and shocked, although my family keep ribbing me about doing this mad dash," she joked.
"Apart from that, I'm happy to support the Lioness Club because they do such wonderful things; they support schools and things like that locally as well as Australia-wide."
The money raised, which was approximately $2000, was split up with $300 going to Ms Perrett who will receive any left-over funds from the shop in a gift card, and $850 each going to the local Lioness Club and a further $850 to the Lions Cord Blood Foundation.
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