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Retail store moves into space next to Molalla Chamber of Commerce to open Sept. 5

LBJ Printing Inc. & Gifts has moved from its former address at 260 North Molalla Avenue to 107 East Main Street next door to the Molalla Chamber of Commerce.

The retail store closed on Wednesday, Sept. 4 to move and opened up the following Thursday at regular hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., said Nancy McGlasson, the store's manager. It will continue to open and close Monday through Friday at those regular hours.

PIONEER PHOTO: CAROL ROSEN - Cauvery McGlasson and Caterina Smith start putting away paper to get the store in order before opening on Sept. 5. The women are helping their mom Nancy McGlasson, manager of the store with its move.

The store has been on Molalla Avenue for about 15 years, since that building was built, McGlasson said. It is the retail half of the business offering printing services, printer equipment and supplies and copying and duplicating services, while major printing is done in Mulino.

The shops are actually three businesses. The store in Molalla offers high speed black and while and full color copying, scanning, printing and gifts. They also fax, are a FedEx/UPS shipping drop off and pick up. They offer a self-service packing area and supply rubber stamps, business forms, flyers, notepads, business cards, NCR carbonless forms and bindery. They also provide private mailboxes, Stevens-Ness legal forms and items in the gift shop.

The printing business in Molalla offers tags and labels for Christmas tree lots and nurseries, church welcome folders and spiritual greeting cards online. That shop also offers premium classic church welcome folders and cards in standard sized 4 x 9 inch and 6 x 9 inch embossed and fold foiled church welcome folders and spiritual designs. They have more than 200 designs available online at artcraft-dist.com. Email the print shop at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 503-632-9175.


Carol Rosen
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503-266-7507
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