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Entries in WOHF (30)




On Friday November 7th, UW ASDA students partnered with WOHF to provide Oral Health Education to  88 kids at the Wallingford Boys and Girls Club. The kids were seen in into two groups, K-2 graders and 3rd to 5th graders, and were presented information about nutrition and healthy oral hygiene habits. In December UW ASDA students will go back to the same club to speak to teens about tobacco and other drugs as they relate to oral health.

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Queets, Wash: WOHF Staff Visit the Bucolic Town

A Small Town Dentist does more than her share
Dr. Kirsti Turella, a Sequim resident and mother of two hit the schools in and around her community with a fierce tenacity. We met up with her at a Boys and Girls Club presentation in her hometown of Sequim in May.

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WOHF Needs Your Help!

Kennewick, Wash
The Washington Oral Health Foundation needs dentists and hygienists volunteers for 2 and 4 hour shifts on Friday, October 10 in Kennewick. Volunteers will be on hand to triage and screen patients. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Ruth Abate at (206) 973-5229, or email 


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The Washington Oral Health Foundation Needs Volunteers!

Interested in being a WOHF volunteer at the Boys and Girls Club in your community?  It’s a one-time commitment. There will be food and families having fun.  You won’t regret it.  

Volunteer to be a host at our Meet the Dentist table. Give out free oral hygiene kits. Let kids check out real decayed teeth, not so real skulls, and help them practice brushing the big teeth.  Ask them to share their craziest tooth stories and answer parent’s questions.  

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