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The cover story content from the summer 2017 issue of VISIONS magazine, which is mailed to ISU Alumni Association members four times per year, is also available to read online. Check out "Connecting with kids" on our website now.

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Cyclones Everywhere

AN ADULTS-ONLY TWIST
ON A FAVORITE FALL TURN

See you for an evening of 21+ fun and games at one of central Iowa's top fall family attractions: Geisler Farms in Bondurant, just a few miles east of Ankeny. La Vida Loca Winery will set up four tasting stations throughout the corn maze at Geisler Farms.

Cost is $13/person, reduced to only $10/person for ISU Alumni Association members and young alumni (graduates of the classes of 2007-2017). Admission price includes the corn maze, wine tasting, and fall treats. Cyclones are also invited to enjoy all of the activities at Geisler Farms, including the pumpkin patch, jumbo slide, and other games. Full bottles of La Vida Loca wine will also be available for purchase. This evening will be a great opportunity to spend time with fellow Cyclones and support local businesses. Cardinal & Gold attire encouraged! Register online by noon on Sept. 29.

Cyclones are everywhere! Connect online with Cyclone Stories -- including features about Iowa State alumni who are using their Iowa State education in unique ways. You can also browse the latest class notes and obituaries, listen to our "Living a Life" podcast series featuring ISU alumni, and find links to Alumni Association news and notes that will keep you in communication.

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BOOK NOW: DISCOVER ISRAEL NEXT SPRING

Next spring the Traveling Cyclones and AHI Travel are sending Cyclones everywhere on the trip of a lifetime to Israel, an inspiring nation showcasing rich history and spiritual milestones. The Traveling Cyclones' tour directors, local guides, and hosts will see that you get the most from your hard-earned travel dollars -- and this trip is no exception. During the eight-night journey beginning in Tel Aviv is a small-group experience featuring first-class accommodations and an extensive meal plan including wine with dinner. For more information about this unique opportunity to visit Israel, visit our website or call Traveling Cyclones director Shellie Andersen (L)('88 marketing) or assistant director Heather Botine (L) toll-free at (877) 478-2586.

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