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A Super Time At I Am Waters Luncheon | Houston , Texas | Chron.com

HOUSTON, TEXAS — Eighties glamazons Cheryl Tiegs, Kelly Emberg, Kim Alexis, Joan Severance, Dianne deWitt, Kim Charlton, Tara Shannon and Tony Spinelli reunited for the first I Am Waters Foundation Luncheon. Two famous male faces of the period, Jack Scalia and Tony Spinelli, also joined the fun.

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Models Unite To Form Non Profit To Help People Without Homes In Houston | Houston , Texas | News 92 FM

HOUSTON, TEXAS — A group of supermodels are making sure Houston’s homeless are hydrated both physically and spiritually by handing out bottled water. The effort is organized by the non-profit I Am Waters Foundation. Elena Davis, former supermodel and founder of the organization, Elena Davis, as well as former supermodel Kelly Emberg actor Jack Scalia joined Lana Hughes and JP Pritchard to talk about how the group is helping to combat homelessness in Houston.

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Supermodels Of The 80’s | Houston , Texas | KHOU Great Day Houston

HOUSTON, TEXAS — Supermodels Kelly Emberg, Jack Scalia, and Founder & President of I Am Waters Foundation Elena Davis talk on Great Day Houston about the homeless and the need for water.

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Elena Davis and Supermodels on the Today Show

Kim Alexis, Kelly Emberg, and Elena Davis, among the first women to be called “supermodels” in the ‘80s, chat with TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie about how the modeling industry has changed since their careers began and those crazy ‘80s fashions.

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Supermodels of the 80’s, Cheryl Tiegs and Others to Speak at Charity Luncheon on April 25th, 2012, Presented by “I Am Waters”, a Foundation for American Homeless

Cheryl Tiegs, Kim Alexis and other notable Supermodel’s of the 80’s gather to discuss the intimate experience of being objectified and disconnected from mainstream society, how it correlates to the lives of American homeless and what the charitable foundation “I Am Waters” is doing to change the face of homelessness today.

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