Ryan Argot in the Community

Here are some of the times Ryan Argot has been out in the community or featured online.

Reading365 with American Literacy Corporation

Whether he is reading to students or discussing social issues after, Ryan enjoys spending time online with ALC’s reading volunteers. Shown here, he is talking about science and religion (after reading) about the moon.

Planting Hampden’s Future- Letter to the Editor

Penn Live and the Sentinel ran my letter to the editor prior to the general election. The video is a recording of me reading my own message.

Reading365 with American Literary Corporation

As summer comes to a close, Ryan continues to share love of reading with children throughout the world. Pictured here, he also talks about Little Libraries in the neighborhood. If you listen to the very end you will even here solos from Ryan and Miss Stokes.

American Families Plan

Ryan usually focuses on local initiatives, but when asked to help with efforts to improve America’s Infrastructure he participated in a MomsRising rising postcard campaign that led to a “debate” with Mitch McConnell. The local postcard campaign was led by Hampden’s own Stephanie Lane.

Helping Feed the Hungry

Ryan has fed the homeless in Harrisburg and is seen here packing boxes for Central Pennsylvania Food Bank.

Letters to the Editor

Both Penn Live (Patriot News) and Cumberlink (Sentinel) ran similar Letters to the Editor in the weeks before the primary.

Reading365 with American Literary Corporation

Ryan put his lab coat on in honor of Women’s History Month as he read about DNA and shared the significance of work by Rosalind Franklin in figuring out what DNA looked like, even as he even argued that her work is relevant today as we fight Covid-19. Fair warning, after Miss Sue read her book he was in full “science history professor” type mode.

Keeping Hampden Clean

Ryan adopted a portion of Lamb’s Gap Road by pledging to pick up trash (at least) in April and October. He first clean-up was on April 10, 2021. He is currently looking for help on October 16, 2021, starting at 9 AM.

Hagir Show Interviews

Here is are two interviews with Ryan on the Hagir Show. He was featured during a special episode on September 26, 2021. Ryan also announced his 2021 campaign on November 30, 2020.  Skip to 28:10 for Ryan’s opening interview.  Watch from the beginning for an interview with small business owners discussing their COVID-19 experiences.

Race and Racism

Trinity Lutheran Church focused on Race and Racism in their fall 2020 newsletter.  The Argot family was featured on numbered page 19 (pdf page 21).

American Lit. Corp. Reading

Attorney Cheryl Walker Davis reads Sulwe and Ryan reads Stellaluna with Floyd Stokes as part of American Literacy Corporation’s Floyd and Friends summer reading series.  Discussion on self-acceptance and support for others followed the reading.

American Lit. Corp. Reading

Ryan reads Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and Pastor Jamar Johnson who reads I Believe I Can with Floyd Stokes as part of American Literacy Corporation’s Floyd and Friends summer reading series.  After reading, the gentlemen briefly discuss civil rights in America. 

Hampden Reverses Course

Hampden reversed itself and joined the federal program after Ryan pressured the Commissioners about their decision in 2019.  He followed up with public thanks.

2019 Letter of Support

Here is a letter-to-the-editor in support of Ryan’s 2019 campaign.

2019 Primary Announcement

Here is a letter to the community about the Ryan’s 2019 primary campaign.

Enjoying Education

In 2016, Immaculata University featured Ryan’s educational career.

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