Formerly called the Renegade Garage Players, the organization changed its name in 2008 to Marjorie Book Continuing Education to reflect its increasing emphasis on educational and service programs. In recent years, people with intellectual disabilities have increasingly pursued postsecondary education opportunities, and Marjorie Book Continuing Education serves as a possible option for people with disabilities to pursue further education in an inclusive environment.
Recent Article in the CIncinnati Enquirer:
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Marjorie Book Continuing Education has been recognized with articles in the Cincinnati Enquirer and a report by WCPO Channel 9 labeling them "Hometown Heroes". The group was the 2004 recipient of the Inclusion Network's Kaplan Foundation/August A. Rendigs Foundation Inclusion Leadership Award.
Marjorie Book Continuing Education is selling t-shirts with the logo on the front and our mission statement on the back. The shirts are $15. We have medium, large, and extra large shirts left. view larger