Charles Allebach Pocket Park

On June 16, 2019, the Pocket Park area of the Souderton Park was dedicated and renamed the Charles H. Allebach, Jr. Park. This is the far corner of the park, on the corner of Main Street and Reliance Road, where the town clock stands.

Charles Allebach who passed away in 2017, was mayor of Souderton for 37 years. He was a member of the Souderton-Telford Rotary Club for 48 years and a dedicated community servant.

Allebach was also one of the key founders of Concert Sundaes in the park.

Charles H. Allebach dedication Dedication ceremony


On June 16, 2019, we officially broke ground on the new Souderton Community Park Renovations.

The Souderton Community Park is the largest and most active park in the Souderton Borough featuring Concert Sundaes, a variety of community events, picnics in the pavilion, and daily use of the playground and walking paths.

This is a long-term improvement that is kicking-off today. Excavating is planned to begin this fall and go into spring.

groundbreaking ceremony

Marc Rosenberger

At the Aug. 4 Concert Sundaes in the park, Leon Moyer, the Rotary's Park Project chair, announced that the Concert Sundaes lawn is being dedicated to Marcus Rosenberger.

Marc was one of the founding members of Concert Sundaes and led the committee for 25 years—and continues to be involved in now its 33rd year.

Marc has also been a Souderton-Telford Rotarian for 50 years. During this amazing time of service, he contributed to many improvements within the Souderton Community. He worked with other Rotarians to develop, construct and raise funds for the Maurice W. Foulke Bandshell at the Souderton Park.

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