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right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the
doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go
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right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the
doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go
Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the
right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the
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right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the
doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go
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right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the
doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go
Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the
right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the
doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go
Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the
right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the
doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go
Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the
right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the
doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “go
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Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
1. g the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton).
comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the
obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin
around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a
baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade
proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a
small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times
(pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween
costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the
swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the
swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in
swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design
the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the
pumpkin ing the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton).
comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed
to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is
used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each
escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all
times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able
Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course
with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin
with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to
practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle
course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the
pool, keeping the pumpkin ing the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used
as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each
escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all
times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able
Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course
with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin
with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to
practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle
course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the
pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton).
comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed
to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin ing the pumpkin with the swimmer at all
times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able
Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course
with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin
with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to
practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle
course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the
pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton).
comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed
to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is
used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each
escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin ing the pumpkin with the
swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in
swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design
the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the
pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes
to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle
course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the
pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton).
comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed
to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is
used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each
escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin ing the pumpkin with the
swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in
swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design
the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the
pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes
to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle
course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the
pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton).
comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed
to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is
used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each
escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin and Toss
2. Pumpkin Push (no hands)
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
1. Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way!
After “ringing the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to
determine a “trick” or a “treat” set. There Tread and Toss
1. Pumpkin Push (no handsPumpkin Push (no hands)
2. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
3. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
2. Tread and Toss
4. Pumpkin Push (no handsPumpkin Push (no hands)
5. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
6. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
3. Tread and Toss
7. Pumpkin Push (no handsPumpkin Push (no hands)
8. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
9. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
4. Tread and Toss
10. Pumpkin Push (no handsPumpkin Push (no hands)
11. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
12. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
5. Tread and Toss
13. Pumpkin Push (no handsPumpkin Push (no hands)
14. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
15. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
6. Tread and Toss
16. Pumpkin Push (no handsPumpkin Push (no hands)
17. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
18. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
7. Tread and Toss
Pumpkin Push (no handseducation, attitudes, and quality of living as you become a mature adult,
responsible for putting food on the table. If you’re a taker that does any of the The next issue
of Steele’s Wisdom will list those traits, values and skills swimmers gain from being part of THE
team. These become life-time skills that affect your education, attitudes, and quality of living as
you become a mature adult, responsible for putting food on the table. If you’re a taker that
does any of the One of the talks I give in working with teams around the country is entitled,
TEAMANSHIP, at which time I ask the swimmers, “what happens on your team that irritates
you”. The following list of irritants have been mentioned by swimmersOne of the talks I give in
working with teams around the country is entitled, TEAMANSHIP, at which time I ask the
swimmers, comes Pumpkin Relays –
1. Tread and Toss
2. Pumpkin Push (no hands)
3. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
4. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
1. Tread and Toss
2. Pumpkin Push (no hands)
3. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
4. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
1. Tread and Toss
2. Pumpkin Push (no hands)
3. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
4. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
1. Tread and Toss
2. Pumpkin Push (no hands)
3. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
4. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
19. Tread and Toss
20. Pumpkin Push (no hands)
21. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
22. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
8. Tread and Toss
9. Pumpkin Push (no hands)
10. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
11. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
1. Tread and Toss
2. Pumpkin Push (no hands)
3. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
4. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
1. Tread and Toss
2. Pumpkin Push (no hands)
3. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
4. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner Pumpkin Relays –
1. Tread and Toss
2. Pumpkin Push (no hands)
3. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
4. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
Corpse-Pushing partner! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the
swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at
all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween
costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each
escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times
(pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a
baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed
to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around
the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton).
comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle
course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping
the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to
practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design
the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin
with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able
Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the
swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at
all times (pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween
costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each
escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times
(pumpkin is used as a baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a
baton). comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed
to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around
the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton).
comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the parade proceed to the obstacle
course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small pumpkin around the pool, keeping
the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a baton).
Jack Ridley
Halloween Obstacle
Course- Everybody
comes to practice in
swim-able Halloween
costumes! After the
parade proceed to the
obstacle course. Design
the course with the
swimmers each
escorting a small
pumpkin around the
pool, keeping the
pumpkin with the
swimmer at all times
(pumpkin is used as a
baton).
Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the doorbell”, one
swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “treat” set. There are
6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing
the doorbell”, one swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a
“treat” set. There are 6 homes on OA way
Treat

8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out8x50 Stroke
@1:10 – All Out8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All
Out8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out8x50 6x50 Free SCAT @ 50 8x100 Free FPSO
1. 300 Best Stroke EZ 800 IM – Fins/Fast
2. 300 Side K/Dolphin K 800 Off Stroke – 2 EZ/1 Fast
3. 300 Back/BT 8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out
4. 600 Fly Kick w/ fins fast-vertical SL
5. 6x50 Free SCAT @ 50 8x100 Free FPSO
6. 300 Best Stroke EZ 800 IM – Fins/Fast
7. 300 Side K/Dolphin K 800 Off Stroke – 2 EZ/1 Fast
8. 300 Back/BT 8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out

85. 600 Fly Kick w/ fins fast-vertical SL


86. 6x50 Free SCAT @ 50 8x100 Free FPSO
87. 300 Best Stroke EZ 800 IM – Fins/Fast
88. 300 Side K/Dolphin K 800 Off Stroke – 2 EZ/1 Fast
89. 300 Back/BT 8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out

9.
10. 300 Scull 600 Fly Kick w/ fins fast-vertical SL
11. 6x50 Free SCAT @ 50 8x100 Free FPSO
12. 300 Best Stroke EZ 800 IM – Fins/Fast
13. 300 Side K/Dolphin K 800 Off Stroke – 2 EZ/1 Fast
14. 300 Back/BT 8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out
Donnie Heidery
Trick N’ Treat- Everyone comes in a costume that they can swim in. Select published workouts of
famous swimmers. Swimmers draw for a workout and do whoever’s workout they choose. (trick or
treat). Workout ends with bobbing for apples in deep end. (Write a very unpleasant workout for anyone
who comes without a costume.
Tim Welsh
1. 300 Scull 600 Fly Kick w/ fins fast-vertical SL
2. 6x50 Free SCAT @ 50 8x100 Free FPSO
3. 300 Best Stroke EZ 800 IM – Fins/Fast
4. 300 Side K/Dolphin K 800 Off Stroke – 2 EZ/1 Fast
5. 300 Back/BT 8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out
Donnie Heidery
Trick N’ Treat- Everyone comes in a costume that they can swim in. Select published workouts of
famous swimmers. Swimmers draw for a workout and do whoever’s workout they choose. (trick or
treat). Workout ends with bobbing for apples in deep end. (Write a very unpleasant workout for anyone
who comes without a costume.
Tim Welsh
1. 300 Scull 600 Fly Kick w/ fins fast-vertical SL
2. 6x50 Free SCAT @ 50 8x100 Free FPSO
3. 300 Best Stroke EZ 800 IM – Fins/Fast
4. 300 Side K/Dolphin K 800 Off Stroke – 2 EZ/1 Fast
5. 300 Back/BT 8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out
Donnie Heidery
Trick N’ Treat- Everyone comes in a costume that they can swim in. Select published workouts of
famous swimmers. Swimmers draw for a workout and do whoever’s workout they choose. (trick or
treat). Workout ends with bobbing for apples in deep end. (Write a very unpleasant workout for anyone
who comes without a costume.
Tim Welsh
1. 300 Scull 600 Fly Kick w/ fins fast-vertical SL
2. 6x50 Free SCAT @ 50 8x100 Free FPSO
3. 300 Best Stroke EZ 800 IM – Fins/Fast
4. 300 Side K/Dolphin K 800 Off Stroke – 2 EZ/1 Fast
5. 300 Back/BT 8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out
Donnie Heidery
Trick N’ Treat- Everyone comes in a costume that they can swim in. Select published workouts of
Jack Ridley
Halloween Obstacle Course- Everybody comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a
baton). Barbara Jahn
Halloween Drop in the Bucket – Each lane is a team with a bucket. Each lane creates a team name and
cheer which is shouted before each set. Teams earn stones (Wal-Mart $1.69) which are dropped into
each bucket based upon fulfilling these criteria: One stone for each team member that worked together
as a team and one more for teamwork. The winning team earns a game, relay, or prize. Coach dresses
as ghost.
Fly or Back, Breast, IM
                  5 x 400 Free desc.
     Treat sets:  12 x dog paddle
                  12 x 25 FR air 3-2-1-0 by 25s x (4) rounds.
                  12 x 25 your choice of sculling
                  10 x 50 FR mid-pool somersault ea. 25 @ 60 sec
Kids always look forward to this practice and you find out who your friends are when you pick a trick for
the group to do.  Don't look for yardage on this day, but fun!!  Hand candy out as they leave the
pool. Jack Ridley
Halloween Obstacle Course- Everybody comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a
baton). Barbara Jahn
Halloween Drop in the Bucket – Each lane is a team with a bucket. Each lane creates a team name and
cheer which is shouted before each set. Teams earn stones (Wal-Mart $1.69) which are dropped into
each bucket based upon fulfilling these criteria: One stone for each team member that worked together
as a team and one more for teamwork. The winning team earns a game, relay, or prize. Coach dresses
as ghost.
Fly or Back, Breast, IM
                  5 x 400 Free desc.
     Treat sets:  12 x dog paddle
                  12 x 25 FR air 3-2-1-0 by 25s x (4) rounds.
                  12 x 25 your choice of sculling
                  10 x 50 FR mid-pool somersault ea. 25 @ 60 sec
Kids always look forward to this practice and you find out who your friends are when you pick a trick for
the group to do.  Don't look for yardage on this day, but fun!!  Hand candy out as they leave the
pool. Jack Ridley
Halloween Obstacle Course- Everybody comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a
baton). Barbara Jahn
Halloween Drop in the Bucket – Each lane is a team with a bucket. Each lane creates a team name and
cheer which is shouted before each set. Teams earn stones (Wal-Mart $1.69) which are dropped into
each bucket based upon fulfilling these criteria: One stone for each team member that worked together
as a team and one more for teamwork. The winning team earns a game, relay, or prize. Coach dresses
as ghost.
Fly or Back, Breast, IM
                  5 x 400 Free desc.
     Treat sets:  12 x dog paddle
                  12 x 25 FR air 3-2-1-0 by 25s x (4) rounds.
                  12 x 25 your choice of sculling
                  10 x 50 FR mid-pool somersault ea. 25 @ 60 sec
Kids always look forward to this practice and you find out who your friends are when you pick a trick for
the group to do.  Don't look for yardage on this day, but fun!!  Hand candy out as they leave the
pool. Jack Ridley
Halloween Obstacle Course- Everybody comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a
baton). Barbara Jahn
Halloween Drop in the Bucket – Each lane is a team with a bucket. Each lane creates a team name and
cheer which is shouted before each set. Teams earn stones (Wal-Mart $1.69) which are dropped into
each bucket based upon fulfilling these criteria: One stone for each team member that worked together
as a team and one more for teamwork. The winning team earns a game, relay, or prize. Coach dresses
as ghost.
Fly or Back, Breast, IM
                  5 x 400 Free desc.
     Treat sets:  12 x dog paddle
                  12 x 25 FR air 3-2-1-0 by 25s x (4) rounds.
                  12 x 25 your choice of sculling
                  10 x 50 FR mid-pool somersault ea. 25 @ 60 sec
Kids always look forward to this practice and you find out who your friends are when you pick a trick for
the group to do.  Don't look for yardage on this day, but fun!!  Hand candy out as they leave the
pool. Jack Ridley
Halloween Obstacle Course- Everybody comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a
baton). Barbara Jahn
Halloween Drop in the Bucket – Each lane is a team with a bucket. Each lane creates a team name and
cheer which is shouted before each set. Teams earn stones (Wal-Mart $1.69) which are dropped into
each bucket based upon fulfilling these criteria: One stone for each team member that worked together
as a team and one more for teamwork. The winning team earns a game, relay, or prize. Coach dresses
as ghost.
Fly or Back, Breast, IM
                  5 x 400 Free desc.
     Treat sets:  12 x dog paddle
                  12 x 25 FR air 3-2-1-0 by 25s x (4) rounds.
                  12 x 25 your choice of sculling
                  10 x 50 FR mid-pool somersault ea. 25 @ 60 sec
Kids always look forward to this practice and you find out who your friends are when you pick a trick for
the group to do.  Don't look for yardage on this day, but fun!!  Hand candy out as they leave the
pool. Jack Ridley
Halloween Obstacle Course- Everybody comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a
baton). Barbara Jahn
Halloween Drop in the Bucket – Each lane is a team with a bucket. Each lane creates a team name and
cheer which is shouted before each set. Teams earn stones (Wal-Mart $1.69) which are dropped into
each bucket based upon fulfilling these criteria: One stone for each team member that worked together
as a team and one more for teamwork. The winning team earns a game, relay, or prize. Coach dresses
as ghost.
HALLOWEEN FUN
Bob Steele
Winning Spirit Swimming

The following activities are from GAMES-GIMMICKS-CHALLENGES for Swimming Coaches. Check it out
at; gamesgimmickschallenges.com

Bobbing for Apples – At the end of practice put the biggest apples you can buy in the deep end.
Swimmers have to pick them up from the bottom. Big mouths WIN!

Pumpkin Push - Grease a LARGE pumpkin with Vaseline and place it at mid-pool. Have a team at each
end or on all four sides of the pool. On your whistle swimmers swim to the middle and try to get the
pumpkin to the side opposite where they started. It’s fun for everyone but the janitor. Have the kids
clean the Vaseline off the gutter or you’ll never hear the end of it.

"Trick or Treat"-Ridley - Have a number of sets written down and will ask each swimmer to
pick a #, we will then do that sit and then have another swimmer pick a different #.  This engages the
swimmers and they are in charge of their own fate/set.  Mix up the sets with Trick sets and Treat sets.
IE:  Trick sets:  5 x 200 Fly or Back, Breast, IM
                  5 x 400 Free desc.
     Treat sets:  12 x dog paddle
                  12 x 25 FR air 3-2-1-0 by 25s x (4) rounds.
                  12 x 25 your choice of sculling
                  10 x 50 FR mid-pool somersault ea. 25 @ 60 sec
Kids always look forward to this practice and you find out who your friends are when you pick a trick for
the group to do.  Don't look for yardage on this day, but fun!!  Hand candy out as they leave the
pool. Jack Ridley
Halloween Obstacle Course- Everybody comes to practice in swim-able Halloween costumes! After the
parade proceed to the obstacle course. Design the course with the swimmers each escorting a small
pumpkin around the pool, keeping the pumpkin with the swimmer at all times (pumpkin is used as a
baton). Barbara Jahn
Halloween Drop in the Bucket – Each lane is a team with a bucket. Each lane creates a team name and
cheer which is shouted before each set. Teams earn stones (Wal-Mart $1.69) which are dropped into
each bucket based upon fulfilling these criteria: One stone for each team member that worked together
as a team and one more for teamwork. The winning team earns a game, relay, or prize. Coach dresses
as ghost.
1. Cheer loudness 2. Teamwork (staying on SO, cheering teammates, respect…)
3. Correct strokes 4. Completing each set 5. Reading the clock (knowing times)
Ruth Ann Ahnen
Halloween Pumpkin Relays – On Halloween turn down the lights so you can still be safe and see the
bottom of the pool. Divide the swimmers into relays. Each swimmer brings a flashlight and does a kick
set with the flashlight on the board while making scary noises. They can also kick backstroke with the
light out of the water. Great for 10 and unders. Terry Phifer

Halloween Special- 5 tricks, hard things, 10x100 kick, 5x200 pull, etc….5 treats, easy things, 10x25/8
bobs, etc….Draw from bag one thing at a time. Everyone has to do it. Draw 5 times. Workout could
range from under 2,000 to over 5,000. Carl Johansson

Greased Pumpkin Relays –


5. Tread and Toss
6. Pumpkin Push (no hands)
7. Backstroke holding pumpkin above water.
8. Mummies- Kicking with body in large garbage bag. Head through hole.
9. Corpse-Pushing partner a 25 feet first hands folded on chest.
10. Siamese Twins- partners hold hands and race.
11. Masks-Exchange mask relay using rubber masks.
12. Blind Man-Blindfold with goggles holding cloth in place.
13. Pumpkin Polo-Make-up rules so the pumpkin doesn’t break open.
Mary Roberts
Trick or Treat - Orinda - We’ll go Trick or Treating the OA way! After “ringing the doorbell”, one
swimmer from each lane chooses the right or left hand to determine a “trick” or a “treat” set. There are
6 homes on OA way
Treat Trick
6. 300 IM EZ 800 Free Pads/B/C 3/5/3/(1 br)
7. 300 Scull 600 Fly Kick w/ fins fast-vertical SL
8. 6x50 Free SCAT @ 50 8x100 Free FPSO
9. 300 Best Stroke EZ 800 IM – Fins/Fast
10. 300 Side K/Dolphin K 800 Off Stroke – 2 EZ/1 Fast
11. 300 Back/BT 8x50 Stroke @1:10 – All Out
Donnie Heidery
Trick N’ Treat- Everyone comes in a costume that they can swim in. Select published workouts of
famous swimmers. Swimmers draw for a workout and do whoever’s workout they choose. (trick or
treat). Workout ends with bobbing for apples in deep end. (Write a very unpleasant workout for anyone
who comes without a costume.
Tim Welsh