Members of the guild recently unveiled its Christmas ornament in plenty time for the holiday season.
"We are excited to unveil the new ornament," said guild member Barbara Rogers. "The guild played around with several different colors until we found the one we liked best."
The ornament, created by Hinkle Creek Pottery's Lynn Barnwell, is four inches in length and mostly red. It consist of the state with cross tracks showing Corinth's location in Mississippi on one end and the state flower on the other end.
"They would make the perfect gift for a holiday office party or ornament swap or even as mementos for family and friends who have moved from the Corinth area," added Rogers.
Due to the intricacy of the design, only 50 of the ornaments have been made.
Pre-orders are being taken now for the $20 ornament. Members of the guild will also have a booth at next month's Red/Green Market for those wanting to purchase one of the annual ornaments.
To place an order call Rogers at 662-396-1691.
The CT-A Guild, formed in 1979 as a support group for the CT-A dedicated to fundraising, has take the lead on several events such as Critics' Choice Cookbooks. The group of volunteers were also instrumental in establishing the Magnolia Awards Gala.