Monday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Minuteman Press of Glenside is a print and copy shop owned by Charles and Lyn Church, local residents for over 25 years. We are located at 359 North Easton Road in Glenside, just around the corner from the historic Keswick Theater and on the same block as local mainstay, O’Neill’s Market. The areas we serve surrounding Glenside include Abington, Cheltenham, Elkins Park, Willow Grove, Jenkintown, Fort Washington, Chestnut Hill and other parts of Philadelphia.
We produce all traditional print products like business cards, letterhead, brochures, post cards, signs and banners, as well as promotional products and direct mail campaigns. We can provide printing, copying, design, mailing and finishing services. While we most often work with businesses, we also work with individuals on projects like family reunions, weddings and custom holiday cards. We enjoy helping our customers present themselves most effectively to the world. And we offer free pickup and delivery!
Another service we offer is Xpress Ads. These full-color, glossy ads feature about 20 advertisements from local businesses and are mailed to 10,000 addresses in the local area. They have proven to be very popular as a cost-effective and impressive way of reaching such a large audience.
We are both active in the local community. Charles is a member of LeTip International, while Lyn has been a long-time member of the Rotary Club of Glenside. As a team, we are active in the Keswick Village Business Association, assisting with planning events like the Fall Festival and Christmas in the Village. Lyn has recently taken on the role of treasurer for the group. We also support local efforts like high school football, music performances and nonprofit events.
Aimee Mann is an accomplished singer, songwriter, bassist, and guitarist, and now her fans in Glenside have a chance to see her in person, when she goes on tour this year.
A gigantic sinkhole opened up in Glenside, Pennsylvania, on January 25, breaking a water main and almost sucking down a pickup truck that was parked in a driveway.
Last Monday, January 23, judges for Montgomery County (which includes Glenside, Pennsylvania) met with candidates for the position of county commissioner and quickly selected Kenneth Lawrence Jr. for the position, making him the first African-American commissioner in the countys history.
Louisa Coyle recently fulfilled a personal dream and opened a shop for crafters in Hatboro, about seven miles from Glenside. However, her store is not a supply house, but a place where crafters can meet to work on projects as they enjoy a glass of wine with friends.
Ann Hampton Callaway, the talented actor, pianist, composer, lyricist, composer and singer will perform at Dinos, Glensides new retro nightclub, later this week.
The four surviving members of the British band The Zombies are reuniting for a new tour to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their album Odessey and Oracle.
Dinos Backstage and The Celebrity Room, a luxe bar, restaurant, and cabaret that recreates the sophistication of the supper clubs of the mid-20th century, is getting set to open in Glenside.
Bruce Grahams play Rizzo, on show in Philadelphia next month, explores the life and career of a local public figure, jumping through time to look at the way he governed, the issues he faced, and his complex personality.
After Frank Custer retired this May, Montgomery County officials faced the tough job of finding a replacement for a popular and effective official. They have chosen Lorie Slass, who takes up her new position on Monday, August 1, to succeed Custer.
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