An old fashioned ice cream truck can be seen making the rounds in Koscisuko these days.

Dianne McAdams has been operating DeeDee’s Frozen Delights for about three weeks.

She takes the truck to parks, neighborhoods, and apartment complexes.

The truck has also made stops at the Attala County Nursing Home and the Martha Joe Leslie Veterans Home in Kosciusko.

McAdams said she first had the idea for opening a food truck about six months ago. However, she decided that an ice cream truck would be a better fit.

“The response has been very positive,” said McAdams. “I have people stopping on the side of the road and pulling over in front of and behind me.”

While she appreciates the enthusiasm, McAdams said she hopes that in the future drivers will slow down and use caution when they encounter the truck due to the amount of children that may be around.

The truck itself has a siren that plays vintage ice cream truck music. McAdams said she bought it already wrapped after seeing it online.

Items served include ice cream sandwiches, popsicles, push-pops, and drinks.

  1. Nana says:

    Oh how I love this Diane!!! A step back in time and wonderful memories for children! Mr. Frank Lindsay used to have what he called a rolling store in an old school bus!

    • Dianne Mcadams says:

      Thank you hon ! My uncle use to drive a rolling store too and I would love riding with him . It brings back so many memories for me as well .
      I love seeing all the smiles on children’s faces when they see the truck coming…adults too 😁 Hopefully the ice cream truck will make new summertime memories for our children and grand children .

      • Dana Gwin says:

        The high point of visiting my grandparents in Singleton was when the Rolling Store came rolling thru! It’s great that someone remembers them!

  2. Marc Will says:

    That’s great for everyone. We have a snack truck in Carthage area called Happy Time and its amazing how it helps the community come together. Love it

  3. Mary says:

    I remember Mr. Lindsay’s rolling store with great fondness! Thank you Diane for making more happy memories for our community.

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