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What the Knights do in the community



Wednesday Night Bingo at the St. Teresa Parish Hall



Parking cars at the Gold Country Fairgrounds for Fast Fridays, Annual Fair, Mandarin Festival and  more



Annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner benefitting our Local Youth



Tri Tip Booth at the Gold Country Fairgrounds during the Fair



Supporting local Catholic education at St. Joseph School

I'D. Drive


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Regular Meetings


  •  The Grand Knight for 2018-2019 is Tom Epperson 530 368 1243 .  Deputy Grand Knight is Mark Munoz 530 823 5161
  • Monthly Officer Meetings are held at 7:00 PM on the Monday prior to the 1st Thursday of the month, at "St. Joseph Church Hall".  
  • Monthly Council Business Meetings are held at 7:30 PM on the 1st Thursday of each month, in the Beatitudes Room in the "St. Teresa Parish Hall". 
  • Our Monthly Social Get Togethers (including Brothers, Wives, and Families) are held at 5:30 pm  immediately preceding the  Monthly Council Business Meeting, in the "St. Teresa Parish Hall."  Dinner  provided by the Knights  will include the main-course such as spaghetti , green salad and bread .   Potluck sides and desert shall be provided by the individual brothers, wives and families.
  • Our First Degree Initiation are held Bi-Monthly, at 7pm before the regular Monthly Council Business Meeting.  Check calendar for dates.  

About Our Council History

  • Our Council was established on May 20, 1969 by Frank Weigl who moved to Auburn in 1964 and was the past Grand Knight of Pasadena Council No. 1174, a former District Deputy and a Past Faithful Navigator of Cabrillo General Assembly. Our Council replaced the old Auburn Council No. 2276 which was instituted on May 15, 1921 and dissolved April 7, 1934. Our first two meetings were held on the second floor of the Placer Savings and Loan Office. We started with 52 charter members. For the Columbian year beginning July l, l969, Joe Bueb was elected as our first official Grand Knight and our meetings were held at the Grange Hall on Bell Road, (rent was $20 per month) Father Marshall was our Chaplain from l969 to l972, and attended almost every meeting. He was followed by Father Brennan who became Pastor of St. Joseph's and a brother Knight. The chaplains play a very important part in the spiritual growth of our Council. Frank Weigl was the Grand Knight in 1974-75. The charter members took their first degree in Auburn, put on by the Roseville Council, and took the 2nd and 3rd degree at the Newman Center in Sacramento. One of our first major projects was to help fix up and do repair work on St. Joseph School. 

Some of our First Activities

 Some of our first activities included:   

  • Setting up a telephone committee.
    A Council camping trip at Woodchuck Flat.
    A float in the 4th of July Parade.
    The St. Patrick's dinner dance. 

  •  We tried unsuccessfully to get the beer booth at the Auburn District Fair but got the "Corn on the Cob" concession instead. This turned out to be one of our best events for many years to come, even though we never made much of a profit, and the Council Brothers were always available to help. 

  • We held our charter dinner, and received our Council Charter on Sept. 7, l969. The cost was $3.50 per couple and after spending $l0l.00 for food, $57.00 on bar supplies, and $l9.00 on table decorations. We made a net profit $9l.60. Our Council was chartered in honor of John F. Kennedy. During the early 1970 the Council donated a lot of time and effort to repair work on St. Joseph School. We cleaned and painted the classrooms, re-built the kitchen, bought a new stove and refrigerator and did some gardening and replanting. We also had a float in most of the parades in Auburn. Our floats were acknowledged by all, as some of the best, letting the community know who are the Knights of Columbus. The Council entered a float in the Auburn District Fair entitled "The Santa Maria" and won the grand prize trophy. We put in l26 hours of work on this and spent $3l.76 for supplies. A picture of the float appeared in the Auburn Journal. 

  •  Listed are a few of the donations made during the first years of the council.
  • Donated 15 aprons to the Placer High School kitchen.
    Bought first aid kit for Chana High School.
    Our Council is a supporter of: The St. Joseph Patrons Club on most of their requests for funds.
    St. Joseph Mardi Gras, the main fund raiser of the school.
    Mt. St. Joseph Seminary.
    The life of the unborn and anti abortion programs.
    The youth in this area, including St. Joseph School and several scouting programs.
    The community Thanksgiving and Christmas Food Basket programs.
    Our Council started the Bingo program in l978, which allows the Council to help many worthy causes and help reduce the church debt. Bingo is still in operation to this day and doing well.   

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2019-2020 Officers & Chairmen



  • Grand Knight Tom Epperson
  • Council Chaplain Deacon John Sheehan
  • Deputy Grand Knight Mark Munoz
  • Chancellor Jacob Avila
  • Recorder Russ Zeller
  • Financial Secretary Steve McCullough
  • Treasurer Greg Belanger
  • Advocate Hugh Paxton
  • Warden Juan Torres
  • Guards-Inside Mike Bane
  • Guard-Outside Henry Yates
  • 3 year Trustee Tim Schott
  • 2 year Trustee Porfirio Perez
  • 1 year Trustee Tony Ivins
  • Lecturer Ron Roussey


  • Programs Mark Munoz
  • Church/St. Joseph Norm Chavez
  • Church/St. Teresa Tom Huckins
  • Church/St. Joseph Forrest Hill  Ron Roussey
  • 4th Degree Jim Letcher
  • Council Gordon Murdoch
  • Membership Jim Letcher Tom Huckins
  • 1st Degree Hugh Paxton
  • Retention Bill Gilsdorf
  • Vocations Jakob Avila
  • Scholarship Mike Kitchell
  • Pro Life Tim DeWitt
  • Culture of Life Bill Kavanagh
  • Family Steve Jorgensen
  • Sick and Distressed Coordinator Steve and Mary Jorgensen
  • Squires Chief Counselor(s) Steve Jorgensen Dean Wood
  • Public Relations open
  • Community open

District and State Officers

  • District 5 Deputy Jeff Jones
  • District 5 Warden Hugh Paxton
  • Insurance Agent Dave Moeller
  • State Deputy Joe Salaiz
  • State Secretary Dave Abbot
  • State Treasurer Steve Bolton
  • State Advocate Noel Panlilio
  • State Warden Ren Trevino
  • State Program Director Eric Watson
  • State Membership Director Michael Braulte


  • Bingo Vincent DeWitt
  • Parking Dave Vargas Faber Eaves
  • ID Drive Russ Zeller
  • Tri Tip Booth Jeff Jones
  • Munch Bunch Tim Schott  Richard Maddox
  • Fish Fry Larry  Franzoni
  • St. Patrick's Day Dinner Tom Huckins Mark Munoz


  • Compass Editor Joe Nicosia 
  • Facebook Editor Jacob Avila
  • Website Editor Mark Munoz

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Monthly Socials including brothers, wives, and families are held at 5:30 pm at St. Teresa Parish Hall immediately preceding every Knights Monthly Business meeting.  The Knights provide the main course, green salad, bread and individual brothers provide pot-luck sides and deserts.  

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2018-2019 Grand Knight - Tom Epperson 530-368-1243 Deputy Grand Knight - Mark Munoz 530-823-5161

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