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Richy was "swapping jobs" with KHNL ...
Richy was "swapping jobs" with KHNL Newscaster and Chief Meteorologist Sharie Shima, who had just a few weeks earlier been a room attendant for a day at The Wyland Waikiki.
Confident and cheerful, Richy arrived at the studio and took her seat in front of the cameras next to Sharie Shima
and veteran anchors Howard Dashevsky and Stephanie Lum.
Richy's segment included a narrated video of Sharie working as a Wyland Waikiki Room Attendant.
The story showed Sharie reporting to work bright and early at The Wyland Waikiki
Housekeeping department a few weeks earlier.
In full maid's uniform, with signature Wyland whale tail pin, Sharie
learned the art of cleaning rooms, thanks to Richy's years of experience.
Kudos go out to Sharie
, who rolled up her
sleeves and jumped right in to the task of cleaning a guest room.
did everything from collecting the trash, to making a triple-sheeted dreamer bed, to fluffing the pillows, not to mention wiping down the granite kitchenette countertop, vacuuming, replenishing amenities, and folding a toilet paper tip to perfection.
Sharie also had the pleasure of attending the daily team briefing, where Executive Housekeeper Jin Lee prepares and motivates the department by many topics of discussion.
The Hawaii Channel - Sharie Shima
...The Hawaii Channel - Sharie Shima
...Sharie ShimaSend e-mail to Sharie ShimaSharie ShimaSharie Shima joined KITV4 in 1992 as the weekend weather anchor before being promoted to the weekeday weather anchor in 1994
meteorology training from Mississippi_State University
.Sharie is certified in Broadcast meteorology and is a member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association
received an award from the Society of Professional Journalists for Best Series Reporting in 1998.Sharie
enjoys visiting schools and teaching students about weather.Her
favorite weather experience was in Des Moine , Iowa while studying weather there , a severe thunderstorm rolled through the area downing powerlines and dumping hail.No tornadoes to observe that time though , rats.
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Sharie ShimaSharie Shima joined the News 8 team in April of 2001 following eight years at KITV where she was the weekday weather anchor.Sharie was born in Hawaii and grew up on the Windward side of Oahu.She received her certification in Broadcast Meteorology in 1997 from Mississippi State University.More > >.Hawaii Today
"Many areas already have saturated ground ...
"Many areas already have saturated ground so it really won't take much to cause isolated flooding," commented KHNL meteorologist, Sharie Shima, as she gave her weather forecast on last night's local news.
The forecast calls for more rain in the upcoming days, with a chace of thunderstorms on both Thursday and Friday.For race day, there is a 40% chance of rain with temperatures of 73°F (23°C) accompanied by 81% humidity for the 5:00 a.m. start.Winds will be from the east at about 10 MPH (16 KPH).
"This system is moving fast so we won't see heavy rainfall for an extended period of time," commented Ms. Shima