The Women's Guild of St. James the Less Catholic Church
in Highland, Ind., is a dedicated group of ladies that has been in existence for 20 years. So dedicated are they, for three months, from August to November every year, they devote two (four-hour) days a week to keeping the Eastern European culinary tradition
alive by making pierogi, nutrolls, rozke, kolaczki and Dutch banket. This labor of love culminates in an annual holiday bazaar and bake sale where the product is sold. Proceeds benefit the church's many programs like Operation Kindness, which helps feed the hungry and clothe the needy.