Built by Joseph Dudinski in September 2005, the cross is now maintained by David and Diana Shulist.
David's father, Martin Shulist, one of the earliest promoters of the Kashub culture locally, started a campaign in the late 1990s to investigate what had happened to all the roadside crosses and do something about replacing the "lost" crosses and restoring the old tradition. At the time, there were only six crosses left in the area out of an original number of at least 14. By 2005, the number had increased to about 20 crosses.
In the photo, Martin Shulist is shown seated in the centre beside his son, David, wearing the yellow [Kashub coloured] shirt. They are surrounded by the others who have taken up the Kashub Cross
tradition by erecting replacement crosses or by maintaining the existing crosses. Msgr. Ambrose Pick officiated at the blessing of the century old cross.