Fairy Tale Dental to donate proceeds from 10 dental cleanings to Fort Ward Community Hall project in January

 FORT WARD, BAINBRIDGE ISLAND – Fairy Tale Dental in Winslow will donate the proceeds from 10 dental cleanings to the Fort Ward Community Hall project in January.

New and current patients can specify that they want their payment to go to the ongoing historic preservation and park facility campaign.


The cleanings must be cash-pay (not insurance).

Appointments can be made by calling (206) 488-8006.

Fairy Tale Dental is located at 115 Hall Brothers Loop NW, Suite 105 (in Madrone Village on Winslow Way West). A full range of care is offered, from exams and prevention to extractions, oral surgery and dentures.

Dr. Helena Soomer Lincoln of Fairy Tale Dental and her family are residents of the historic Fort Ward neighborhood.

“I am very committed to tscreen-shot-2016-12-29-at-9-21-29-amhe historic preservation of our neighborhood and, I am thrilled that the youth of Fort Ward have taken such a strong role in it,” Dr. Lincoln said. “I love their passionate presentations and the way they have rallied support to the project.”

Fairy Tale Dental’s first year in business has been very successful, and the practice has been well received by islanders, Dr. Lincoln added.

“That in turn is a very good reason to give back and support important causes on Bainbridge Island, such as the historic preservation of the bakery building in the Fort Ward neighborhood,” she said.

The Fort Ward Community Hall will see renovation of the fort’s 1910 bakery building, an island heritage site, as a public meeting, class and activity space. It will be the first community hall at the island’s south end, joining a roster of local historic park facilities that includes Seabold Hall, Island Center Hall and Camp Yeomalt.

The project is a three-way partnership of the Friends of Fort Ward neighborhood group, the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District, and Kitsap County (Fort Ward) Sewer District No. 7.

The campaign is launching a new “Let’s Make History” promotion for 2017, with the goal of fully funding and completing the building renovation by the end of the year.

For a tour of the Fort Ward bakery building or other information on the campaign, email history@fortwardhall.org or see www.fortwarhall.org.

Friends of Fort Ward thank Fairy Tale Dental and Dr. Helena Soomer Lincoln for partnering with the Fort Ward Community Hall project on the new promotion.

Dr. Lincoln and the Fairy Tale practice were also a leading local business supporter of the Fort Ward capital campaign in 2016.